An opportunity to meditate and reflect on the Lord's Prayer while engaged in simple movement and chanting in Aramaic, the language of Jesus (Yeshua in Aramaic). Music and guidance by Darvesha Victoria MacDonald and friends.
When the words of Yeshua are linked to their Aramaic origins, "only one way" assertions of conventional translations dissolve, as new and deeper spiritual meanings arise in our hearts, at every moment, blossoming into a universe of love, harmony and beauty. In this prayer Yeshua teaches us how to pray and how to live: honoring the Mother-Father of the Cosmos, creating within ourselves a holy space for the Name to live, bringing Heaven to earth, and opening our hearts to share with community.
Although this event takes places at the Church of the Good Shepherd... the ideals and goals of this organization do not necessarily reflect those of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd.