atOne this Sunday 3rd April 2016

Posted by Rosie Plunkett – Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

Now that Spring has officially sprung and we’re on British Summer Time at last, we are looking forward to our next atOne day this Sunday 3rd April here at the Monastery with doors open 11am-4.30pm (opening mediation at 11.30am).

 

atOne With Ancient Wisdom will explore two very different spiritual practices that continue to be relevant and useful today. In the morning regular atOne contributor Elizabeth Clarke will introduce the Labyrinth. ‘Walking the Ancient Path’, will look at the history of this ancient tool and their role in our society now. There will also be the chance to walk our replica of the Chartres Labyrinth in the Great Nave.

 

After lunch Thomas Saunders introduces ‘The Authentic Tarot’ where he challenges the notion of The Tarot as merely a tool for fortune-telling. He will demonstrate how a properly developed understanding of the cards can enhance our daily lives, helping bring us closer to self-realisation and fulfilment.

 

We will also be joined by the healers from The Healing Trust and Hook Healing Trust and Sharon will lead a yoga session in the Nave at 1pm.

 

The full day of activities is just £20, and pre-booking by noon this Friday 1st April will include a light vegetarian lunch too. Admission on the day is also £20 but no lunch is included. Please pre-book at http://www.themonastery.co.uk/spirituality-and-health-at-the-monastery-manchester.html or call 0161 223 3211 during normal office hours.

 

We look forward to sharing this day with you and welcoming you back to the Monastery again on Sunday,

 

With best regards,

 

Clare, Elaine, Mark and the atOne team

 

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One Response to “atOne this Sunday 3rd April 2016”

  1. If you have ever visited the Gorton Monastary you know what an impressive place it is. It’s good for networking and being with like minded folk.
    Rosie