Stillwater Meditation

... sacred space is where you can find yourself
again and again.

— Joseph Campbell

Within our weekly meetings, a safe space is provided for meditators to explore their own relationship with what is just as it is, ask questions, rest with deep inquiry, be compassionate toward perceived blocks, and melt into the peaceful practice of embodied presence.

Stillwater Meditation meets through Zoom on:

Mondays at 9am Pacific / 12pm Eastern


Thursdays at 12:30pm Pacific / 3:30pm Eastern

Stillwater Meditation is a sweet group of sacred meditators. Curious, beginning, and experienced practitioners alike are welcome to this secular meditative space. The practice is focused on being with what is, just as it is. Compassion and clear seeing are nurtured by gentle, attuned listening and kind reflections. Participants enjoy some connection, silence, guidance, as well as time and space to ask questions. Our meeting lasts an hour, and we close with gratitude and by honoring any healing moments that have happened during the presence of the group.

Stillwater Meditation at the Charlotte Library

Saturdays January 14th - February 4th

9am - 10am. Free!

Charlotte Library Winter

Gathering together for 4 weeks to practice loving kindness, we will shine our inner light and explore what it means for each of us to be loving and kind in the world.

Respect for all beings & faiths is a foundational quality of our time together. Beginning and experienced meditators are welcome.

Come to one, many, or all meetings.

Listen to a recent guided meditation.

Get comfy. Enjoy this guidance. You will hear two bells. One begins the meditation, and the other ends the meditation. Sit in silence for a few moments after the final bell. Notice whatever you would like to notice. Namaste.

 

Prayer & Grace

"Stillwater Meditation is a safe space where all parts of myself are allowed, cherished, and seen. Simply being with all that is and all that I am without trying, needing, or extra effort is supremely healing. Rain’s voice is the most calming sound. Her insights into the human experience hold such deep wisdom, patience and knowing. It’s a precious gift to give myself to be with her words and myself. The relaxation I feel after her guided meditation is like after a massage or post savasana; I’m whole again, complete in my incompleteness, and at peace with myself. There’s such kindness in taking the time to meditate, it feels like a warm blanket of motherly love over all that aches and despairs." — Anonymous