Contemplative Rhythms: Time Honored Spiritual Practices

>Contemplative Rhythms: Time Honored Spiritual Practices

"What does it mean to live contemplatively?  While it might look different for different people, there are "Contemplative Rhythms" that help create spaces in our lives for us to be present to the Divine, to God, to our True Selves, to Love.  These time-honored spiritual practices are being introduced at Rolling Ridge in a new series of events we consider our spiritual bread and butter, or basics that highlight our intentions for connections.

'Contemplative Rhythms' can be experienced as a three-part series or as stand alone events.  There will be a 'Contemplative Rhythms' series in the spring and one in the fall, each series highlighting different practices."

Finding a rhythm of contemplative practices helps us open more fully to God, encouraging receptivity to God’s loving invitations in ways congruent with our personal desires.  Whether the featured practices are brand new to you or whether you are well-seasoned with them, we look forward to discovering together the gifts of these rhythms.

The three contemplative spiritual practices for Spring 2021 are:
•    Silence/solitude (May 4)
•    Lectio Divina and its variations (May 11)
•    Savoring (May 18)

When:  Three Tuesdays (May 4, 11 and 18) from 7 to 9 p.m. (eastern)
Where:  Online, Zoom link available upon registration
Registration:  $30 each session or $75 for the entire series.  Registrations for each session close the day before.
Facilitator:  John Kiemele, PhD., (North Hampton, NH)