a catbird on my head
a catbird on my head
At dawn this week, as I was meditating in the magnificent morning chorus, a catbird flew up behind me and landed on my head then flapped away! Needless to say I was startled – but once my heart settled, I welcomed it as a blessing of being received as one with All in the garden. Mousy grey, inconspicuous-looking catbirds are my most favorite choristers all summer long. Then after another hymn of praise, she or he flew up from in front of me and did it again – this time resting longer as I was more still. Now I knew I was definitely blessed!!
If you’re ready for Mystery to find you, or looking for communal conversation and celebration, or ready to dive into your body/soul connection, then come and join us this summer at Stonehaven. Uli and I, and Jenni Kay and Zach are excited about three different kinds of program offerings.
Soul-Gardeners Summer Meditation “The Lotus in You is Alive”
both Friday June 14 and Sat June 15
1:00 – 3:30pm – same program on each afternoon
Sunday Fire-pit Circle Celebrations
Celebrating community, welcoming diversity,
a time for thoughtful conversation and music in the contemplative space of nature – earth, fire, air and water
June 23 – Earth Story Celebration
July 28 – Earth Song Concert
Aug 25 – Earth Beat Festival
We are excited to be offering three weekly yoga classes this summer! Start dates will be announced when the spaces are filled.
Gentle Yoga – Tuesday mornings from 10:00 AM until 11:15 AM
Chakra Yoga – Wednesday mornings from 10:00 AM until 11:15 AM
Yin Yoga and Meditation -Thursday mornings from 10:00 AM until 11:15 AM
Please email Jenni Kay firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if you would like to sign up for a class.
We know this summer world is full of many enticing opportunities. I hope your soul leads you here to join our circles, to connect with this precious land and all her beauty, and to revel in the abundant life inside you that loves to “laugh with flowers” and the birds that land on your head.
Joyfully, and with promises for the best summer soul-care we can give,