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In the tides of change, there are timeless practices we can turn to … silent or contemplative meditation being one of them.
And not just to calm our minds, but also to heal our hearts. Through meditation, we consent to the presence and action of the Divine within, and allow any unhealed subconscious material to come forth into conscious awareness and into the light of love. There is an innate intelligence within us that knows what needs to be seen and met, so we can fully blossom into our most mature and healthy self.
Join COR co-founder Britta Eskey for a free, 5-day online series to experience Mediation as Divine Therapy.
Access Deeper Levels of Grace
For many of us, a consistent daily, silent meditation practice is a challenge, and therefore we don’t receive the amazing benefits it can bring to our minds AND hearts.
For others, our meditation practice might have became a bit stale or stagnant. We may simply need a boost of new inspiration to usher us into the next level of opening to Grace.
Wether we are just beginning our love affair with meditation or are long term meditators, more than ever before, there is a need to ground ourselves into the core of our being.
Real, deep, and unconditional Love is always waiting to take us further into its mystery, no matter who we are or what is going on around us.
The five essential qualities/or pillars of sincere dedication, trust, surrender, devotion, and courage help any of us access ever deeper levels of Grace to anchor us in what is unchanging and unshakeable.
Join Britta Eskey, co-founder of COR, as she leads you through this lovely free 5-day meditation series – great for beginners and veteran meditators alike!
◇ 4x 25-35 min live guided meditations with Britta Eskey (with a brief teaching beforehand), hosted online via Zoom
◇ 1x 25-35 min recorded guided meditation with Britta Eskey, hosted online via Zoom and facilitated by a COR Leadership member
◇ Daily inspiration instructions on how to open to five of the pillars on the spiritual journey
◇ Support and guidance from COR co-founder Britta Eskey to help you open to Grace
“Contemplative prayer or meditation can provide us with profound healing. To be really healed requires that we allow what’s blocking us from the flow of Grace to come to full consciousness, then be willing to let it go and give it over to the Spirit within. Divine therapy is an agreement we make with God. We recognize that our Survivor Self strategies are not ever going to work, and we turn our lives completely over to the flow of Grace within us.”
How It Works
SIGN UP NOW AND FOLLOW ALONG FROM SEPTEMBER 20TH – 24TH, THAT’S IT!
Step 1: Sign Up
Sign up for the FREE 5 Day Online Event: Meditation as Divine Therapy, and we’ll send you an email with Zoom access for the event.
Step 2: Follow Along
For the first four days, Britta will lead a 25-35 minute live meditation via Zoom. She will explore the five essential qualities/ or pillars of sincere dedication, trust, surrender, devotion, and courage, to help you access deeper levels of Grace to anchor you in what is unchanging and unshakeable. On the last day, a COR Leadership member will facilitate a Zoom call and share a 25-35 minute recorded meditation from Britta.
Step 3: Deepen
Ground yourself into the core of your being by cultivating a daily meditation practice. Experience real, deep, and unconditional Love within, no matter who you are or what is going on around you.
Britta co-founded Celebration of Being, later to become COR, in 1997. She has been working internationally with people from all walks of life for over 35 years, with a background in social work, family and couple’s therapy, Family Constellation Work, Gestalt therapy, dance and movement, spiritual direction, emotional release, and life coaching, and is a certified teacher of the Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT), developed at Stanford University. She has co-developed all of the workshops and trainings offered at COR, and facilitates COR’s leadership and advanced leadership training.
Britta is happily married to Lee Eskey and is the proud mother of two adult sons and grandmother to two grand-daughters. Britta loves to sing and to combine creative expression like dance, voice, and theater together with sacred chant, devotional practices, and deep inner spiritual work. She brings a laser-direct honesty combined with gentle compassion, wrapped in non-judgmental wisdom. Her greatest joy is to assist people in finding and living their purpose, potential, and aliveness.