Tue, May 08|
Nourishing Journey, LLC
Columbia Spiritual Healing Circle HOST STICKS AND STONES (Crystals for sale)
The Columbia Spiritual Healing Circle hosts Sticks and Stones of Middletown, PA. Billee Dommell and David Jordan visit each year bringing hundreds of beautiful crystals, stones, jewelry and incense for purchase. Great opportunity to pick up gifts and find your own stone.
Time & Location
May 08, 2018, 7:00 PM
Nourishing Journey, LLC, 8975 Guilford Rd #170, Columbia, MD 21046, USA
About The Event
The Columbia Spiritual Healing Circle hosts Sticks and Stones of Middletown, PA.
Billee Dommell and David Jordan visit each year bringing hundreds of beautiful crystals, stones, jewelry and incense for purchase. Great opportunity to pick up gifts and find the one powerful stone for your own spiritual practice. Billee is an extraordinary healer with years of experience and a witty sense of humor. She may have a personal message for you.
What we are about:
The Columbia Spiritual Healing Circle is a discussion group. The Circle discusses a topic each week where everyone has the opportunity to participate. CSHC is open to and respects everyone’s views and beliefs as we search for greater meaning and understanding in our lives. There are special events where an outside speaker is invited to share with us. We’ve also learned about different alternative healing modalities, working with angels, shamanism, crystals and stones, working with the Tarot, increasing our intuitive abilities and many other topics over our 7 years of meetings.
We end each meeting with a healing energy circle where we “put” friends, loved ones and acquaintances in the circle to receive the healing energy we generate as we share our life force energy. At the end, we release the energy to heal those placed in the circle and to heal the earth, the air, the water and to bring peace wherever it can be received.
How we came to be:
In January of 2011, a friend and I were talking over dinner about not having found a spiritual community where we could explore what it means to be spiritual with like-minded individuals. She looked at me and said “You are a minister, why don’t you start one?” So I thought about it. I talked to the owner of the wellness center where I had rented space to do a couple of workshops. She generously offered a small space for us to meet and didn’t charge us anything.
I picked the last Monday in January, 2011, and sent an email to my friends and clients and invited them to participate in an exploration of belief that would meet weekly. The primary premise was (and is) that “All paths lead to the One.” We met at that facility for about 6 months until we were too large for the room. Kittamaqundi Community church at the Carriage House rented us space for a few months until we found our permanent home at Nourishing Journey.
There are no dues or fees, but we do accept small donations to cover the cost of rent for the facility. The group welcomes everyone who is open to learning and sharing love and energy. We don’t give advice unless asked and we will respect your views as we ask that you respect ours. The group is open to men and women. You don’t need to come every week although several people do.
Please, come join us ... or if you’d like, send me your email address and I will let you know when we have special guests. Your email will never be sold or used for anything other than notices related to the group or events hosted by members.
Facilitated by Penny Rice.
Contact: Penny Rice at email@example.com
Every Monday night from 7-8:30pm
What some members have to say about our group:
I have been a member of this group since the beginning and you will not find a nicer
group of people. I have come a long way the last four years with my spiritual journey,
I’m stronger and I now find it easy to stay grounded. Penny introduces many interesting
topics and we’ve had some great quest speakers. SM
"This group has been a Godsend to me. It truly is a "healing circle" on so many levels.
I've learned so much, made lots friends and have had many profound
experiences. From the very beginning, I felt welcomed, loved, and respected." DPR
I joined the Columbia Spiritual Healing Circle 4 years ago. It has been a safe place to
explore my spiritual side. Discussion topics are varied, always interesting, and
sometimes challenging; AND everyone is respectful, willing to listen and
participate. Penny facilitates