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Meditative Music for the Season

Meditative Music for the Season

Russ and Jean Moxley
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Details & Online Registration

Program information

Meditative Music for the Season
Wednesday, December 15th, 5-6:30pm ET

Using a combination of harp music, time for reflecting on evocative questions, and sharing in triads, this evening event will provide an opportunity to do what we were taught as children – “stop, look and listen”. In a season when it seems that being busy is a core value, and the noises of the world tend to dominate, the music and related questions will invite you into a time of silence and contemplation, a time that will restore and renew.

The facilitators for the evening are harpist Jean Moxley and her husband, Russ Moxley. They are experienced facilitators and guides, and led a session similar to this one last season at Kirkridge.

Please register at least 5 hours before the program.

Pricing: Kirkridge is committed to providing heartfelt and generous programming that is available to all.  And we need your help to continue doing so.  The cost of providing this program is approximately $20 per person. Please support this program if you are able. We will be grateful if you could contribute an additional amount to help cover the costs of others and as always, all are welcome regardless of ability to pay.

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