Dear friends,
 
Pamela is grateful for all the loving donations after the loss of her home due to fire in October 2017.
 
She is still replacing needed furniture and will welcome your financial support with that. Thank you.

 



If available, please use the friends and family option to avoid extra charges on paypal.
 
Any amount is gratefully accepted.


Pamela is featured in the new book from Science & Nonduality: 
On the Mystery of Being

Guided Meditation: The Heart Meditation
From the Mystics Lair online retreat - April 2018
 

Under 25s come to weekends for free.

Arunachula

 

"This lineage  
  that we are all blessed by -
  Ramana and Arunachala -
  mountain lineage, 
  lineage of strength, 
  silent strength -
  What a blessing!" 
 - Pamela   

Afternoon Satsang
Sunday November 17th
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
71 Windsor Lane, Petaluma
 
Home of Menahem & Jennifer Anderman
Please plan to arrive before 2pm so we can all settle in together. Doors open at 1:30pm. Our home is the far right house in a grouping of four houses off of Windsor Lane. We are the last grouping on the right from “D” street direction and the first grouping on the left from Western Avenue direction. Parking is available on Windsor Lane. Please do not park in the driveway area.
 
Suggested donation $10-20, no one turned away. Drop-ins welcome.
 
Sangha and Refreshments following. You are invited to bring a savory or sweet snack (vegan/vegetarian) to share. We will provide beverages. Please bring back jacks if you want to sit on the floor.
 
A Walk in the Petaluma hills following refreshments is possible so, if interested, bring walking shoes.
 
For Information contact:
Menahem (707) 690 8395 menahem@world12.net
Jennifer (530) 701 8162 jennifer@world12.net  
 

Here we are, benevolent rooted space wearing a remarkably sensitive instrument called the body.  Most sages report the body mind insists on being included and permeated by presence, so it too, can know and live its naturalness. The body is the five elements, already free with no history, though it has born witness to all. As compassion we will be instantly aware of any suffering and answer its call, as stillness we will be aware of remaining restlessness. To be with what is in the moment, this is our function and is at the heart of all longing. Join with your fellow sages in satsang, sharing what you are noticing is an act of love. - Pamela -