The later adult years can be a time of profound personal and spiritual evolution, and of contribution to society. Aging has come out of the closet and is being redefined. Come and celebrate yourself with others in two Star of the Sea afternoons.
JayaLynda Cole will guide participants in a personal reflection of aging as a catalyst to meaning, purpose and self-transformation, where soul lessons may be harvested from one’s own experience. Connect with your own source of guidance and inspiration along with others on a path to deeper wisdom and a richer experience of life. Explore spiritual practices for aging well without minimizing the apparent losses and the ‘fierceness’ of aging. There is no wrong or right way to growing older. Aging can liberate us from our old roles and offer a choice of new possibilities for a more authentic way of being.
JayaLynda’s approach is rooted in embodied presence by creating a safe, sacred place, that respects everyone’s experience within the collective “We” space. Meditations, writing/sketching, sharing, and movement are designed to open and free one’s self to enjoy the abundance, passions and gifts your lives have offered.
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JayaLynda Cole, psycho-spiritual therapist, has worked internationally for decades with individuals and groups guiding them to discover the hidden gift within their perceived struggles and as their portal to inner peace. Now retired, her background has been private practice in transformational therapy, teaching, meditation, satsang, intuitive energy and body healing, including several years with Eckhart Tolle Teachings. Recently her focus has been volunteering with Salt Spring Island Hospice facilitating individual and group sessions with the dying and the grieving, as well as facilitating Death Cafes.