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"Celebrate Oneness" will be held at St. Lawrence University's Herring-Cole Hall. Photo: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Mwanner">Mwanner</a>, CC <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en">some rights reserved</a>.
"Celebrate Oneness" will be held at St. Lawrence University's Herring-Cole Hall. Photo: Mwanner, CC some rights reserved.

Using secular meditation to awaken the inner spirit

An ancient meditation practice that cleanses and energizes the body will be taught at a gathering next Tuesday night in Canton. Todd Moe talks with organizer Winnie Sachno about the "Celebrate Oneness" evening which will include meditations and a Oneness Blessing under the guidance of Oneness meditators Skip Miller and Mahaal Ajallahb.

Sachno explains that Oneness is an experience that moves beyond the mind; no beliefs or philosophies are taught.  Go to full article

Inner journeys: Labyrinths

Close to 40 people gathered at Ottawa's Christ Church Cathedral in mid-April, for a Friday evening labyrinth walk. One way in...one way out. The concentric circles of the labyrinth are painted on the church's badminton court. The lighting is low -- 100 votive candles define the circle's outer border. The choir is settled in nearby. It's all naturally meditative. Light, music, creative expression...these Ottawa walks have been evolving for several years, thanks to two women who started out as visual artists. Lucy Martin spoke with them and fellow organizer Mike Fletcher about why the interlocking paths from centuries past continue to draw interest.  Go to full article

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