Today we celebrate the winter solstice as the sun reaches its nadir in the sky. This is the moment of greatest darkness in the northern hemisphere. It is also the beginning of the return of the light. On this auspicious occasion, may you see your own inner light. May you see the light in others. May you be a light for others. May you be a light for this world—now and as our earth continues her forever journey around the sun.
“From out of the darkness and cold, the light and hope return.” –Anonymous
Upcoming Programs at Copper Beech Institute
Course with Brandon Nappi
Wednesdays, April 11, 2018 - June 13, 2018
Built upon the core contemplative values of Copper Beech Institute, Living Presence provides an experiential course of study and practice to cultivate equanimity, healing and resilience.
With Miranda Chapman and Sandrine Harris
Saturday, May 26, 2018, 7-8:30 p.m.
With spaces of guided facilitation and structured play, as well as periods of freedom and deep listening, we will explore what it means to fully inhabit our bodies, outside of a specific form of movement.
Weekend Retreat with Mark Nepo
June 8–10, 2018
Through poetry, story, journaling and dialogue, Mark will guide participants into conversation with their own gifts and their own wisdom inspired by his new book of poetry, “The Way Under the Way.”