Online Afternoon Meditation on Mondays and Wednesdays 4:30 - 5:00 pm Mountain Time.
Zoom link (New September 29, 2020):
This link has a password embedded in it.
But if it prompts you for a password, use: meditation
Kelly guides the group in a meditation where we get grounded and centered. Often we picture ourselves in a natural setting, connecting to the Earth, the sky, the sacred, and each other in a circle. You'll be invited to name any of your concerns for yourself and the world so we can hold them in the center of the circle and shower them with love and light. Then you'll be invited to name what brings you joy. There's never any pressure to share. We end with gratitude.
All are welcome; invite your friends. If you can contribute, voluntary donations are appreciated and can be made here. Most people just send something at the beginning of each month.
This started as a two week experiment as we "sheltered in place" due to COVID-19. It's working, so we continue on. I'll provide updates here, on Facebook and through email if anything changes. To follow me on Facebook, click here or search for Kelly Groves Dignan. There may come a time when I'll need to give you a password for Zoom. That means I'll need your email address. So please subscribe here to receive those emails.
Here's how to use Zoom:
If you are an Apple user, download the Zoom app to your phone or iPad.
You don't have to create an account. Just download the app; the link is here.
For Android phones and tablets, here's the app.
Then from your phone or tablet, click on this link:
The app will open up.
This link has a password embedded in it. But if it prompts you for a password, use: meditation
If you use Chrome as your browser, you don't even need the app. You can just click the Zoom link.
You can choose to have the video on or off. Once we get started, I'll invite you to mute yourself. Then when it's time to share, I'll invite you to unmute yourself. Please silence your phones and watches, and try to limit any background noise (you'd be surprised how loudly things come across the microphones when we're unmuted!) It is best if you use head sets to avoid that background noise, too.
If I can support you in any other ways, let me know. Much love, Kelly
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