Sacred Sound Journey
with Mark and Roberta Maxwell
Saturday, May 22, 2021
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth
**In-person registration limit to 10 participants**
Advance registration required!
Masks required throughout the event
Arrive by 7:15 p.m. – bring your own yoga mat or blanket
704 Airport Blvd. Suite 1
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Mark and Roberta generously offer this event as a fundraiser for the Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth
“In a sound journey, the participants “submerged” in sound. In this gentle but powerful sonic submersion, your energies are harmonized, cleansed, and cleared. The vibrations of our bowls and other instruments move through the physical and mental bodies, creating a sense of ecstasy and well-being. Typically, participants sit with eyes shut in a meditative position, or lie down with pillows and blankets for maximum relaxation and comfort. During the sound journey, your body naturally “tunes in” and begins to resonate with the vibrations of the instruments, each sound creating a resonance with a different part of your body, mind, and soul.”
Mark and Roberta Maxwell are sound healers and the creators of the Sacred Sound Journey. Their goal is to uplift the spirit of humankind through sacred sound for the benefit of all sentient beings. They play Tibetan bowls, crystal bowls, gongs, flutes, didgeridoos, drums, chimes, and bells to facilitate the creation of a deeply healing energy field that surrounds you and fills you with positive vibrations. To learn more about Mark & Roberta and the sacred sound journey experience go to sacredsoundjourney.org
Watch this space for future events!
Past Events at Interfaith Center
Sunday, March 28, 1:30 PM
Experiencing Spirituality Through Service:
Continuing the Conversation with Paulette Stenzel
Thursday, April 1, 7 PM
Bloom Where You Are:
Basic Flower Arranging for All Life Celebrations
with Laurie Knerr & Dawn Swartz
Using Levity to Uplift Us
in Unfunny Times
Sunday, November 15, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. (EST)
“The world is in serious condition — and yet, there’s definitely something funny going on.” — Swami Beyondananda
Join Steve Bhaerman, the man behind the legendary “cosmic comic” Swami Beyondananda, for an inspiring, encouraging — and laughter-filled — playshop on how we can use laughter to shine a light on the darkness, and light the path ahead of us.
From the political to the personal, economic to ecologic, we seem to be a world immersed in crisis. And in times like these, it’s love and laughter that lifts our spirits. And when we add the power of humor to break us out of ordinary thinking, and spark creative solutions we recognize that humor, comedy and laughter are “resilience tools” that help us heal ourselves and bring light to others.
Using humor in challenging times is not a form of denial, but rather a kind of “radical acceptance” that brings light to darkness, and the lightness of levity to otherwise grave situations. Levity is the leavening of life … that gives us the power to uplift our own faces, and the spirits of those around us.
Questions? Contact Delyth Balmer text: 734-657-5384 or email email@example.com
Join us for a special online workshop with Jon Mundy on “God, the Ego, the Nature of Reality, or the Four Great Illusions.” $20. Advance sign-up at https://interfaithspirit.org/events/specialevents/
Dr. Jon Mundy is an author, lecturer, the publisher of Miracles magazine and the Director of the Miracles Studies Program for All Faiths Seminary in New York City. He taught courses in Philosophy and Religion from 1967 to 2008 at the New School University and the State University of New York The author of 10 books, his newest book is A Course in Mysticism and Miracles His previous book, Living A Course in Miracles has become a perennial best-seller and now exists in 8 languages. He has also produced over 140 YouTube presentations on A Course in Miracles Jon met Dr. Helen Schucman the scribe of A Course in Miracles in 1973. Helen introduced Jon to the Course and served as his counselor until she became ill in 1980. He also appears on occasion as Dr. Baba Jon Mundane, a standup philosopher comedian. Learn more at https://www.drjonmundy.com/. Flier
Guest Speaker &
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Becoming Nobody – the new film about Ram Dass!
Running time: 81 Minutes
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Becoming Nobody represents the core arc of Ram Dass’ teachings and life: whether as Dr. Richard Alpert, the eminent Harvard psychologist, or as Ram Dass who serves as a bridge between Eastern and Western philosophies, he has defined a generation of inner explorers and seekers of truth and wisdom. Through his turns as scion of an eminent Jewish family from Boston, rock-star Harvard psychologist, counter-culture rascally adventurer, Eastern holy man, stroke survivor and compassionate caregiver, Ram Dass has worn many hats on his journey, the narrative of which is revealed in this film.
In Becoming Nobody, historic clips balance an engaging conversation with director Jamie Catto. We come to understand how our old roles and disguises become increasingly burdensome. The film captures a loving man full of joy, wit, honesty and wisdom, at ease in conversation while sharing his considerable pains and pleasures. The life experiences that have freed him from the attachments of his ‘somebody-ness’ have transformed him into the radiant soul who now inspires a new generation. (Presented by Love Serve Remember Films with Google Empathy Lab)