Kuan Yin: HeartStream and Special Blessing of Mercy’s Grace

sat23sep9:00 amsat5:00 pm9:00 am - 5:00 pm Jewel in the Lotus Retreat CenterThe Hearts Center Community Retreat with David Christopher Lewis. Day 3Kuan Yin: HeartStream and Special Blessing of Mercy’s GraceCompleted

Event Details

The Hearts Center of Mount Shasta presents Day 3 of An Autumn Equinox Celebration of Light in Mount Shasta Retreat at the Jewel in the Lotus Retreat Center in Mt. Shasta.

IMPORTANT INFORMACION REGARDING PARKING:

If you are driving, head directly to the parking location at 501 W A Barr Rd. Mount Shasta, CA 96067. A designated person will guide you to your spot. The conference venue is accessible by a short walking path from the parking lot.

Join us for another wonderful day of dancing, singing, and connecting with the ascended masters.  Day 3 of our retreat will bring a HeartStream message by Kuan Yin: A Special Blessing of Mercy’s Grace.

Schedule

Morning: PanEuRhythmy, Prayers and Songs and HeartStream message by Kuan Yin: A Special Blessing of Mercy’s Grace.  PanEuRhythmy is a Sacred Circle Dance and Walking Meditation. To become familiar with this sacred dance, watch the following video First 10 Steps of Paneurhythmy

Lunch: (Bring your own lunch to eat at the property or go to a restaurant.)

Afternoon: See details below:

1:30 pm Carpool to Old Ski Bowl in Mount Shasta for beloved Godfre’s HeartStream. Park your car and meet by the picnic tables. Bring a folding chair or a throw blanket. This gathering is free and open to the public. The Old Ski Bowl (OSB) lies at 7,850 feet at the end of the Everitt Memorial Highway (EMH) on the south side of Mount Shasta. The road comes to an end 14 miles from the edge of Mount Shasta City where the National Forest boundary begins. There are no bathrooms or access to drinking water. The closest bathroom is at the Panther Meadows Walk-in Campground or Bunny Flat.  

2:22 HeartStream by Godfre: The Mystery of Shasta and the Mastery of Self.  

3:00 Hike Panther Meadows Trailhead (Upper). We will walk an easy 1-mile trail across the meadow starting at the Upper Meadow Trailhead, elevation 7700 feet, and gradually descend alongside the cascading Panther Spring to Lower Panther Meadow.  The Forest Service recommends hiking in groups of 10 people. Optimal to bring closed-toe hiking shoes, water bottle, sunglasses, hat and sunscreen.

Full Program

For more information you may contact zully@heartscenter.org

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Donation or Ticket Amount

$40 for one day/ $111 for 3 days

Presenter

David Christopher Lewis

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