A Joyful Journey Into the Holidays :: November 10-December 1 For 21 days Brigid's Place sent out a daily inspirational message, via email, all designed by members of our community, sharing their journey and the lessons they have learned to treasure. Sign up using the form to get yours delivered daily. journalling How we can focus on a new way of experiencing traditions? Do unrealistic expectations and old patterns create stress
Compassion Cultivation Training Tuesdays 6:45pm-8:45pm October 6 – November 24, 2015 Christ Church Cathedral, 1117 Texas Ave Train your mind to choose compassionate thoughts and actions. Develop skills to relate to others- and yourself. Instructor: Rev. Betty C. Adam, PhD Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) is an eight-week program designed to develop the qualities of compassion and kindness for oneself and for others. CCT integrates traditional contemplative practices with contemporary psychology and scientific research on compassion. Strength
July 2015 In July 2015 Brigid's Place will host a monumental, first-ever national month-long festival to reshape the legacy of Mary Magdalene. The Many Faces of Mary Magdalene invites all people to celebrate and re-imagine the beloved disciple of Jesus, the one who received the first revelation of his resurrection from the dead. Through art, scholarship, spiritual practices, and dynamic teaching about Mary Magdalene, a new vision of the Magdalene will
This July Brigid's Place welcomes artists from around the world to Re-IMAGE Mary Magdalene and create original works of art that portray the woman who was a beloved friend to Jesus, and a woman capable of turning "hearts toward the good." For too many centuries the story of Mary Magdalene has been incorrectly told, painting her as a penitent sinner. The landmark show is part of Brigid's Place's month-long The Many
"Real beauty always comes from a divine spark." Monette Chilson, author of Sophia Rising: Awakening Your Sacred Wisdom Through Yoga, has lived her yoga on and off the mat for 20 years. She writes and speaks about ways to use yoga as a tool for physical, spiritual and mental well-being. She is passionate about making yoga a tool for people of all faiths and advocates for an understanding of God that
"Real beauty shines from within." Lori Earley is the owner and practitioner at Phoenix Rising Acupuncture in Houston. She is a nationally board certified practitioner of Oriental Medicine, a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist, and a Reiki Master. Lori is a native Houstonian, who earned her Master’s Degree in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, where she earned Valedictorian status of her graduating class at The American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Prior
Easter in Memory of Her Holy Saturday Christ Church Cathedral April 4, 2015 4pm Celebrating Women's Voices at the Cross Imagine the thoughts and prayers of Mary the Mother and Mary Magdalene as they remember their times with Jesus. This original script celebrates and remembers the women who followed Jesus to Jerusalem and stood beside him, enduring the sorrow of the cross. Starring the Houston Chamber Choir "An Innovative Musical Performance"
Join Teresa Maron and co-host Lauren Santerre for the stories of Brigid’s Place, as God transforms the hearts, minds, and lives of women today. Our Guest this week is Anita Kruse, with Purple Songs Can Fly. Anita and her award winning staff are every day angels using music as their ministry. Their Mission is: Positively affecting the lives of pediatric cancer patients and their families through the writing, recording and sharing of their original songs.
"True beauty is inside each and every one of us, in our hearts..." Angelica Garcia Dunn President and CEO, AIM Global Logi stics Angelica Garcia-Dunn, President & CEO of AIM Global Logistics, has worked in the Freight Forwarding & Logistics field for over 10 years. Angelica graduated from the University of Dallas with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Spanish and also received her MBA in International Business Management with
Inner Wisdom Breakfast Series Focuses on Retraining Our Brains Counselor Deborah Lindeen on Developing a Positivity Bias Her presentation included tips for overcoming our inclination—lingering from prehistoric times toward seeking out threats (negativity) in our environment. These are her suggestions for exchanging your negative thought patterns for a positive bias: 1. Your brain needs about 10 seconds for an experience to “sink in” and become part of your memory banks. When having