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Soul Care Day Retreats –  Practices of Stillness and Silence in the Contemplative Tradition

Soul Care Day Retreats –  Practices of Stillness and Silence in the Contemplative Tradition

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/08/2019
9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location
Westminster Abbey

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Wednesday, August 7  –  Practices of Stillness and Silence in the Contemplative Tradition
You are invited to join Cathy at Westminster Abbey for any one, two or all three of these special Soul Care Day Retreats.

Discovering the prayer of the Quiet – Lectio, Centring Prayer, Hesychia (Prayer of the Heart) and Music Meditation

About Our Speaker: Cathy AJ Hardy is a singer-songwriter, poet & spiritual director & retreat facilitator.Rooted in Contemplative traditions, Ignatian & Carmelite spirituality, Celtic Christianity & Jungian psychology, Cathy wields together times of stillness, journaling meditations, experiencing nature, art, poetry, song and much more. For more information about Cathy: www.Cathyajhardy.com

Cost:  $125.00 + GST ($25 of ticket purchase is non-refundable, no refunds 7 days before event). Register here. Meals not included, please bring your own bagged lunch, snacks and drinks.

Three Soul Care Day Retreats are Available to You:

1. Wednesday, August 7 – Practices of Stillness and Silence in the Contemplative Tradition

Discovering the prayer of the Quiet – Lectio, Centring Prayer, Hesychia (Prayer of the Heart) and Music Meditation

2. Saturday, August 10 – Unleashing Your Creative Heart

Using Contemplative Prayer Practices and opening to Writing, Art Meditation, Collage Meditation and Poetry Meditation

3. Wednesday, August 14 – Celtic Spirituality – Exploring Nature as the First Word of God to Our Hearts

Prayer Practices Engaging with Celtic Poetry, Imagery and the Beauty of Nature

If you would like to attend all 3 days at a discounted rate click here.

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