Do you ever feel like life is like a hamster wheel and you wish that you could hear some words of wisdom that would help make sense of it all? Maybe you have some words of wisdom yourself that you wish you could share with others, but nobody wants to listen? Well you need not wish any longer, every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 to 11:15am our group of wise and open-minded people gather on Zoom to share words of wisdom from all different sources spanning the globe and the millennia.
It is a truly uplifting experience to share all these readings with others, giving you a strong sense of connection as your feelings resonate with each other on the deepest of levels. Sharing wisdom with those that have the widest perspectives of life. Wisdom from the founders of all the religions of the world, modern day saints and teachers and the not particularly religious from Einstein to Shakespeare.
This reading session, for me, has truly been an experience that elevates my mood and thoughts for the whole week, and I look forward to having that renewal every Tuesday and Thursday. A real sense of friendship develops with the community of people that gather because in sharing these readings you really see each other’s deeper self. What makes it even more exciting is that though we are based in New York city, thanks to the power of the internet, people from all over the world join us. We have had people join us from all over the USA, several countries in Europe, Iraq, Iran, Brazil, Columbia, China, Viet Nam, Australia and more.
So, try to set aside 45 minutes of your time and join us for this enlightening, uplifting and heart-warming experience.
Words of Wisdom Virtual Book Club:
Tuesday and Thursday 10:30 – 11:15am
Bring a passage to share or simply sit back and enjoy the positive messages - either way, you will leave feeling uplifted and recharged!
By Neal, Meditation Expert and Spiritual Seeker
"Meditation puts you in the real world where happiness and joy are a natural part of experiencing the world similar to how it is for a young child but better."