Mon, Feb 24|
Healing & Grace Meditation with Mother Mary (Livestream tickets available)
Last Monday Of Every Month || You need only call upon her and she is at your side.
Time & Location
Feb 24, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST
Liberate Hollywood, 6365 Selma Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
About The Event
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HEALING & GRACE MEDITATION WITH MOTHER MARY
LAST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH | DROP-IN $22 | PACKAGES AVAILABLE
"Ave Maria, full of Grace..." You need only call upon her and she is at your side.
This is a non-denominational meditation for everyone – regardless of religious background or affiliation - who wants to connect with the unconditional love, nurturing, healing and grace of God through the most Divine Mother Mary.
Mother Mary has many names, among them, Our Lady of Consolation, Our Lady of Compassion, Gate of Heaven, Morning Star, Mother of Mercy, Comforter of the Afflicted, Mother of Divine Grace, Mother of Good Counsel, Mother of Perpetual Help, Queen of Heaven, Queen of Angels, Star of the Sea and Mystical Rose. She is thought of by some as the western counterpart to the eastern goddess of compassion, Kuan Yin.
In this guided meditation, you will be taken on a healing journey with the Blessed Mother, Queen of Angels.
A safe space will be created for you to lay down your burden, surrender your worries and pain and spill your heart to her in prayer as well as to receive her Divine counsel, guidance and support.
Mother Mary not only comforts our hearts - she prays with us.
Those in attendance will receive loving Reiki Energy from Rebekah, as well as energy clearing with Pranic Healing techniques. We will also invite Mother Mary as a Divine channel of grace to bless each person with additional healing and miracles as we declare ourselves open and willing to receive.
Blessings will also be requested and offered for our loved ones, and the world.
You are invited to bring a sacred personal object to charge on the altar during the meditation if you wish, as well as a flower as an offering for Mother Mary, although it is more than enough just to bring yourself.
“O Mary Immaculate, our Mother and Consolation, I take refuge in thy most loving heart with all the confidence of which I am capable. Our tender Mother, Comforter of the afflicted, pray for us who have recourse to thee.” - Excerpted from Our Lady of Consolation Prayer