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      October 27, 2019

      Sunday   5:30 PM (on various days)

      88 Beech Road
      Eliot, Maine 03903

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      Meditation & Healing Circle by donation

      Meditation and Healing Circle  Meditation and Healing Circle by Donation is a charitable group healing experience with all proceeds benefiting a local organization helping to serve the community. Each session begins with a group meditation to center and ground us and call-and-response chanting, followed by group and individual healing sessions and ending with a sound healing Gong bath. Each attendee will receive individual energy healing from certified Reiki and Intuitive Healing practitioners.Please bring a yoga mat. You may also want to bring a blanket, water, pillow and anything else you may need to be comfortable and cozy. Healers include: Kara Breese, Angie Catanzaro, Rob Barsky, Joy Massicotte, Shelly Grande & Karly Nihal Suggested donation of $25  We also accept Venmo. Address: @Amylyn.Amberger Where will the proceeds be donated? This month we will be donating to THE CENTER FOR WILDLIFE in Cape Neddick Maine.  The Center for Wildlife is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to cultivate and strengthen relationships between humans, wildlife and the environment resulting in a healthier, more sustainable community.   To this end, we focus on three goals:  1. Strengthen our community’s overall health through the interdisciplinary approach of conservation medicine**. ​ 2.   Expand community outreach and provide learning opportunities to educate and inspire people of all ages to value the connection between wildlife, human, and environmental health.  3.  Achieve and advance a diverse and viable fundraising strategy, ensuring long-term financial sustainability to support the successful growth and continued demand for our work in the community. ​**Conservation medicine within Center for Wildlife is defined as: Combining veterinary medicine and natural history to return local wildlife to their ecosystems, utilizing patient information to support conservation efforts, and contributing data to the study of health relationships at the wildlife, human, environmental junction. Organizations that have received donations in the past are: LIVE & LET LIVE FARM: A non-profit, volunteer rehabilitation, rescue and sanctuary for animals UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES: Unlimited Possibilities is an education and service foundation dedicated to helping eliminate social injustices by providing financial support and direct service.  RETT'S ROOST: A peaceful, supportive place for families that have experienced life with childhood cancer first-hand. Our core values are rooted in empathy, acceptance, and the mind-body-spirit connection. LUCY’S LOVE BUS: Our mission is to improve quality of life for children with cancer and life-threatening illness, to support their families, and to mobilize the next generation of cancer activists. SOUL MODELS: Soul Models offers girls the opportunity to explore their authentic voice in a safe and supportive setting while being introduced to tools that will increase their self-confidence and resiliency. Through activity-based programming, we guide and support girls as they gain valuable life skills in the areas of creative expression, leadership development, stress-reduction techniques, and an ethic of service. MOFGA: The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association is a broad-based community that educates about and advocates for organic agriculture, illuminating its interdependence with a healthy environment, local food production, and thriving communities. CROSSROADS HOUSE: Cross Roads House provides emergency and transitional shelter to homeless men, women, and children in the Seacoast area. We provide homeless families and individuals with basic necessities, as well as the tools and guidance they need to return to permanent housing. WILLIAM FOGG LIBRARY: A non-profit Library in Eliot Maine GATHER: Gather, is truly a remarkable non-profit serving 22 towns on the Seacoast. It was started in 1816 by a small group of fisherman’s wives who wanted to feed the families of fisherman in Portsmouth, NH. Today the organization has grown to be quite unique by not only serving as a food pantry but also salvaging perishable food and creating 2,000 healthy homemade meals monthly for our home bound seniors, hungry children on school holidays and summer vacations and just about anyone at food risk. In fact, GATHER recently helped the furloughed Coast Guard families with all food supplies. ST. BALDRICKS FOUNDATION: St. Baldrick's is a non-profit organization that helps to fund and advocate for more research geared towards childhood cancer. https://www.stbaldricks.org/.  The reason we have selected this non-profit is that we will be hosting a couple that just lost their little boy, Jackson to AML at the tender age of 3. No family should ever have to experience such loss.  And so they have found their way to Shilo as part of their healing journey. We asked them, how we could honor the memory of their son, and they suggested St. Baldricks.  We were so moved by their story that we want to dedicate this month's healing circle to Jackson and his family.  Namaste...

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      This event repeats on various days: Nov 24, Dec 22, Jan 26

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