Healing Medicine of Spiritual Practice

Join Sunday Connections co-facilitator Judith Lynne for a discussion on “The Healing Medicine of Spiritual Practice”. Judith has invited three colleagues who share an appreciation for the benefits of spiritual practice as an important part of a formula for Wellness. This panel discussion will explore the many enriching aspects of spiritual practice, including its use in times of compromised health, and practical suggestions for incorporating it into daily life.
Title: Sunday Connections with Judith Lynne
Time: Sunday, June 1st at 2:00pm Pacific
Listening method: Phone + Web Simulcast
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Phone Number: (425) 440-5100
Pin Code: 200414#

Joining Judith Lynne will be spiritual director Oralee Stiles, minister Sandra Gail Pierson, and spiritual counselor Avram Sacks. (bios below). They will each share from the personal experience as well as their professional experience. There will be ample time for questions and commentary. This will be an informative hour. Bring your thoughts and experiences to share and join us this Sunday, June 1st at 2 pm PDT.
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Oralee Stiles has been a spiritual director for more than 20 years. She is familiar with healing and praying practices from many traditions. In her personal life she has dealt with deep grief and recovery from several critical health crises. Spiritual and religious practices have been pivotal in her life. Oralee’s practice is largely centered in the greater Portland, OR area.
As a minister, counselor and yoga teacher, Sandra Gail Pierson delights in sharing her joy for life, inviting others to engage their own mystical journey with a sense of wonder, humor and love. Traveling between Oregon and Montanaa regularly, she can be found enjoying friends, playing with grandchildren, furthering spiritual pursuits and wandering in the mountains.
Avram Sacks has ben a spiritual counselor for the past twelve years. He was trained by his spiritual teachers, Eli Jaxon-Bear and Gangaji. Avram supports his clients to open their attention into the silent ocean of Being which exists within all of us, and, from stillness, to investigate the patterns of mind which cause suffering to ourselves and others. Avram also participates in his local Jewish Renewal community, and helps to care for a friend who is in the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease. He lives with his wife and dog in Ashland, Oregon.



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