Burning Bowl and I’m Ready: Completing 2018 Consciously – Lola Wright

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If you missed it on Sunday, you can still participate in our annual Burning Bowl Service and get fired up for the new year ahead. Read, listen, or watch the service and Lola’s talk, “I’m Ready: Completing 2018 Consciously” now. Be ready with a piece of paper and a pen to write down and tear up all of the things you want to leave behind. Then, at the end, click the button below to fill out your 2019 Letter to the Universe.

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How to participate in this year’s Burning Bowl service

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This Sunday, join us for our annual Burning Bowl service where we collectively make space for the greatness ahead. We’ll start by burning away what we want to release. We’ll then write letters of personal gratitude to ourselves for all the experiences you’ll create in 2019, which will be mailed to you during 2019.

This year, you can join us ONLINE: Have a piece of paper ready to write down all of the things you want to release. Then be ready to rip it up. To submit your letter of personal gratitude, click below.

My 2019 Letter to the Universe

Accepting the Gift of Presence – Lola Wright

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“You are the light of the world. You are worthy of love. You are worthy of joy. You are worthy of peace. You are worthy of freedom. And as we each say yes to our own expansion of those qualities, no one has to be left out in the process.” – Lola Wright in her talk, “Accepting the Gift of Presence.” Read, listen, or watch her talk now as part of this month’s LightWorker series at Bodhi.

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Our December Series: Lightworkers

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“Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the dark.” — Anne Frank

Light cannot exist without dark. Consider that appreciating and mastering the darkness is essential to the human experience. Darkness can look like many things — loneliness, unemployment, health challenges, family discord, racial tensions, or political drama.

When we find ourselves in daunting or uncertain circumstances, we have so much more power than our typical first reactions. When we tap into our knowingness, we are reminded that these periods are not designed to take us out, that nothing is happening TO us, and that all dark periods are temporary.  

Consider that darkness is an invitation… an invitation to deeper understanding. It is in these moments of darkness that we discover the greatest truths, and lies, about ourselves. Saying ‘yes’ to a higher version of ourselves is the emerging lightwork. Our practice leads us through the foreign and unknown to new doors of opportunity.

How incredibly exhilarating it is to notice the opportunities that sit deep in the corners of the ‘ugly’ — to identify the growth that is available when we walk through the dark rooms of fear, separation, doubt, and despair.  Lightwork resides in our practice.

In December, we honor the darkness as a deep invitation.  We recognize ourselves as Lightworkers. We sit in prayer and meditation, stillness and self-reflection, embracing the darkness until we discover the surprising gifts that lie within.

New Year’s Burning Bowl Service

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Make 2019 a truly new year for you. On Sunday, December 30th, join us for our annual year-end service where we burn out the old to make space for the greatness ahead.

Free parking available on the side streets and limited spaces available in the lot

When: Sunday, December 30th, 10a
Where: 1012 N Noble St, Chicago, IL 60642