Yes You Can!
Saturday, April 14th
A presentation with Mary Ellen Flora.
Author of ‘Meditation: Key to Spiritual Awakening’.
Meditation is easy and anyone can do it! It is recommended by health gurus and encouraged by stress managers and spiritual teachers.
If meditation is so beneficial, why isn’t everyone meditating? We often flounder around looking for how to meditate. We lose interest or momentum after a few weeks.
One of the mysteries of meditation seldom revealed is that you are spirit, the light and life of your body. Your body is the vessel for you, the spirit, and you train the body to work with you. When you meditate, spirit is quieting the busy physical body to bring spiritual awareness into your physical system.
Join author, Mary Ellen Flora, as she teaches simple, powerful meditation techniques that you can use in your meditations and in your everyday life … at work and at play.
Learn how to:
• Ground and center
• Focus in the present moment
• Take charge as spirit and reassure your body
• Cope with the rapid changes in your life
• Use meditation to have a more fulfilling life and more fun!
$10 donation. Everyone welcome.
“Let this book introduce you to one of the clearest, wisest spiritual teachers in America today.” — ONE, Washington D.C.
“Flora provides instruction, insight and encouragement with gems of wisdom throughout the book gleaned from her own experience and spiritual perspective.” — Common Ground of Puget Sound, Seattle, WA
Mary Ellen Flora
“Meditation is the process through which we heal ourselves and our world. It is the path to our spiritual awakening and our oneness with all things.” – Mary Ellen Flora, Meditation: Key to Spiritual Awakening, CDM Publications, 2012.
“Meditation: Key to Spiritual Awakening is written for those seeking validation of their spiritual abilities and the ways and mean to tap into them. It provides a roadmap for the healer who wishes to change self and world … and it’s packed with information, insight and encouragement for all travelers on the journey within.” — Northwest Literature, Bellingham, WA