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Chesaray ~ The Joy of Being: Expanding Our Capacity to Embody Innate Happiness

Saturday, October 1, 2022 @ 10:00am-12:00noon (Pacific Time)

Our deepest challenges contain gems that surpass all understanding. We become more of ourselves as we find tender ways of leaning into our edges of growth and aliveness. We learn to live from our innate Joy when our mind’s notions of duality dissolve into this great knowing.

This two hour meeting is an invitation into the experiential understanding of the Divine. Our time together will be a still or moving meditation, a talk and exchanges. These palpable guided meditations and exchanges enrich ones receptivity to Grace, encourage deep somatic inquiry, and support awakening in all directions.

Chesaray’s search for “What is Real?” began as early as she can remember. After losing several significant loved ones in her teens she was driven into a deep contemplation of grief, God, and death. This drew her interest to travel and live in India where she studied with several masters. Upon returning she began to immerse herself with other master teachers from the west. This opened a series of profound awakenings which set her in the direction of devoting her life to Self-Realization. After years of development, a plunge into a dark night of the soul and two brain injuries, Chesaray was stripped of her common sense of self and the world. Her initially unbearable descent became a bow to Life, an unconditional love for the grit and joys of living. It is this Love that guides her heart and mind as she serves the awakening of humanity.

www.chesaray.org

Suggested donation: $15 to $25
No one turned away for lack of funds.
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Date:
Saturday, October 1
Time:
10:00am-12:00noon (Pacific Time)
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Open Circle Center – Online Events
Email:
web@opencirclecenter.org