Llandrindod Quaker Meeting House, part of the Southern Marches Area Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, in collaboration with the World Community of Christian Meditation will be open again this year, from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm on Wednesday 26th November, in celebration of ‘Just This Day’. Go to ...
Please register for Just this Day at St Martin-in-the-Fields. Music, Meditation and our wonderful speakers, Father Laurence Freeman, BK Sister Jayanti and Emily Johnston. Please register forThe Inside Story at St James's Piccadilly, contemplative music from contemporary musicians followed by a fascinating question and answer session on Spiritual ...
Emily is a Schools Health and Well Being Practitioner with special interest in meditation. As a meditator herself, she is an enthusiastic proponent of Meditation as a tool for life as well as for transformation. She will join Father Laurence and Sister Jayanti as a speaker at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
We are so lucky that this year B.K Sister Jayanti can join us at St Martin-in-the-Fields as a speaker. She is the European Director of the Brahma Kumaris and will join Father Laurence Freeman and Mrs Emily Johnson as a speaker in the morning at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
We are very glad that Father Laurence Freeman OSB will be joining us at St Martin-in-the-Fields again this year. He will lead a meditation at 10.00 am and then speak about meditation as a Tool for Transformation. Father Laurence leads the World Community for Christian Mediation
Our world is busy and in the turmoil
we forget we all share the same space
Go beyond difference and remember
the still silent space where everything is One
That space is the same
Up moutains and in valleys
In cities or fields
In Pleasure and in Pain
In Peace or Conflict
In fact, Wherever YOU are.
It belongs to us all.
Previous recordings of Just this Day events
Listen to a recording of the central event in 2013, where our speakers discussed Meditation, its tradition, practice and relevance today.
Listen to music from the 2013 Central Event here:
2013 was the seventh year of Just this Day, which continued to grow both in London and in various places round the world. The idea of stillness and silence, meditation and reflection is something we hope even more people will join in and celebrate in 2014.