Discovering Your Recipes for a Sacred Life
June 24 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm CDT$50.00
“Life is sacred—for everyone, not just monks and mystics. But to feel it and see it, there are things you can do, things that bring out the wonder and connectedness of everything in life.”
What does it mean to have a sacred life? What experiences or what new thinking could you add to see your life as sacred? How might small shifts (or new recipes) yield more sacred days?
Inspired by Neshama’s book, Recipes for a Sacred Life, acclaimed author, speaker, and facilitator, Jeanne Guy, will create a space for us—along with a little laughter—to share the wisdom of our experiences and of those we admire to gather our best recipes for a sacred life. Through journaling, conversation, writing prompts, wit and more, Jeanne will help you remember all you already know and give you an opportunity to share it with others. From watching more comedies to calling more friends more often, we can’t wait to hear your recipes!
Whether you’re ready to pass on this wisdom to loved ones, or wanting more inspiration, join us for a morning exploring how we define and delight in what makes a sacred life.
Leave with a unique list of “recipes” you’ve created and collected from your peers to enrich your life and to pass on to loved ones. Join us!
“Laughter is a holy thing. It is as sacred as music and silence and solemnity, maybe more sacred.”
— Ted Loder
Saturday, June 24th
9:30am to Noon
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
To make the most of your experience with Jeanne on June 24th, we invite you to explore Rivvy Neshama’s book with us over 4 weeks this June. Sign up for both events and receive a $20 discount!
ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
Jeanne Baker Guy
Jeanne Baker Guy is the author of the multi-award-winning memoir, You’ll Never Find Us, the story of how her children were stolen from her and how she stole them back (She Writes Press 2021). Founder of Jeanne Guy Gatherings, she is a seasoned journal writing/personal growth teacher and co-author of Seeing Me: A Guide for Reframing the Way You See Yourself through Reflective Writing (2015).
Guy served most recently as president and vice president of Story Circle Network, an organization that promotes and supports women writing their stories. She enjoys writing irreverent (but educational, of course) personal development blogs, and was a contributor to Writer’s Digest and multiple Story Circle Network anthologies. In 2016, she expanded her life’s work and has served as officiant at numerous weddings throughout Central Texas. In 2022, she was hired to write a column, Unvarnished: Questionable Notes on the Writing Life, for Story Circle Network’s quarterly Journals. She and her husband live in Cedar Park, Texas. www.jeanneguy.com