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Center for Creative Living

November 21, 2009

All are welcome to Sunday Celebration at the Center for Creative Living, UCM Charter #801, at 1460 Koll Circle, Suite “C” – services in back. Need directions? Call (408)392-9090 or visit www.doti.info. Healing Chairs (come give or receive a hands-on-healing) starts at 9:30am, Celebration is from 10:00 to 11:30am. Dress is casual and Kids are welcome.

This Sunday Rev. Doti will be speaking on “Giving Thanks.” Join our pastor as she reminds you of “Thankfulness” in your home, work,

friendships, romance, etc.

          Holiday cards will be available to send to Walter Reid Hospital for recovering soldiers.

          Also – CCL is adopting some soldiers for the holidays. A list of items we would like to send is at the end of the Joyful Noise.

 METAPHYSICAL CLASSES

Nov. 19th Thursday 7pm to 9pm $15. or 2 for $25.

          Do you hear strange noises at night? Feel like you aren’t alone in your house at work or in your own body? You could be experiencing Earth Bound Entities or Spirit Possession.

          Join Corky Whitacre as she shares her experiences in releasing EarthBound Entities, doing de-possession and Ghost Busting.

Mon. Nov. 23rd 7:00 to 8:30pmGentle Yoga with Krishnapriya (Laura Marshall). A theme for each week’s class. Doing specific asanas (poses) that benefit a part of the back. The Magical Ones are reviewed in each session to round out the practice. Pranayama (Breathing) exercises-and Guided Meditation in ever class. FIRST CLASS ALWAYS FREECOME TRY IT AT NO COST – http://yogadevi09@yahoo.com. For best practice: Light eating at least 2 hours before class, wear loose fitting clothes, bring your own mat/blanket or use one of ours.

Tues. Nov. 24th NO DRUMMING

Nov. 26thTHANKSGIVING DAYJoin us at Seacliff Beach. Bring your family, friends and anyone needing a place to be for the holiday. The Beach is a fascinating place to be. Last year we saw dolphins, pelicans and a lot of smiling faces!

          11:00 Commemorate Elenore Ostroga’s Picnic table and benches

          12:noon Appetizers

          1:00pm Feasting

          2.00pm Walk the Labyrinth

          4.00pm Watch the sun set

Contact DOTI and let her know if you are bringing an appetizer, entrée or dessert (408)392-9090. We would welcome help making the Labyrinth on Thursday morning.

Mon. Nov. 30th 7:00 to 8:30 Gentle Yoga with Krishnapriya (Laura Marshall). A theme for each week’s class. Doing specific asanas (poses) that benefit a part of the back. The Magical Ones are reviewed in each session to round out the practice. Pranayama (Breathing) exercises-and Guided Meditation in ever class. FIRST CLASS ALWAYS FREECOME TRY IT AT NO COST – http://yogadevi09@yahoo.com. For best practice: Light eating at least 2 hours before class, wear loose fitting clothes, bring your own mat/blanket or use one of ours.

Tues. Dec. 1st6:30 to 8:30DRUMMINGwith Norbeth and friends.

Dec. 5th 6:30 to 9:00 LUCID DREAMINGwith Chris Kahl and Julie Hawkins. If you would like to learn a way to intentionally manifest while you are sleeping, then join us to find out if Lucid Dreaming is for you.

  • You’ll hear the story of the mystical council called the Alaneo.
  • You will receive an initiation of sacred symbols to facilitate your entrance into Moemoea, the Hawaiian Dream Time.
  • You will listen to the Dream Time chant as it lulls you into entering non-ordinary reality (yes this is a good place).
  • Additionally, you’ll receive information to guide you on this journey in the future and make this a part of your life.

If you just want to come along for the ride and enjoy a different type of meditation, that’s fine too.

Moemoea: Dream Time will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. Please arrive no later than 6:15 p.m. Cost: $30 for new students; $20 for Returning students; Duration: approximately 2 ½ hours.

Wear loose fitting clothes, bring your own mat/blanket or use one of ours.

Sun. Dec. 6th 1pm to 3pm CCL Choir practices songs for the holidays!

Sun. Dec. 6th 3pm to 5pm Post Hawaii Party Join the Sacred Journey to Hawaii folks as we look at pictures and view the Manta Ray Night Dive. – Re-acquaint ourselves with our Hawaiian Friends and have a great time drinking Kona coffee and Island drinks (non-alcoholic) and nibbling on Hawaiian delicacies. Family and Friends are invited to help re-live the experience.

Sun. Dec. 13th – CCL Holiday Boutique. Set up Saturday evening 5pm to 7pm or Sunday morning 8am to 9:30am. Decorate a booth to sell your handmade items, new holiday gifts, baked goods, photographs, books, etc.

(Prize for best decorated booth)Donation to CCL (20% suggested). Contact Doti to get a space.

CCL is taking the time to be grateful to our military 

Please send a holiday card to the following:

A Recovering American Soldier

c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center

6900 Georgia Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C. 20307-5001

          If you aren’t buying cards this year – pick one up from the Center

sign it with a message and we will mail it for you. The season of thankfulness and giving is upon us!

          We are also helping to adopt 10 soldiers through the http://www.adoptaussoldier.org. Please help by bringing some of the following items to the Center on Sunday, or before. We will be boxing everything on Monday so we can mail them out on Wednesday. It takes 10-24 days for packages to reach the soldiers. We are not limited to this list. 

Make sure to put a card in your donation. The soldiers appreciate knowing who is helping them.

Soap & Shampoo, Little Debby Snacks, Bandanas, Deodorant,

Jelly Beans, Disposable cameras, Dental Floss, Rice Krispy treats

Sunglasses, Tampons, Altoids or mints, Nail clippers, Eye drops

Beef jerky, Ziploc bags, Toothbrushes & paste, Sunflower seeds

Long Distance phone, Playing cards, Chewing Gum, Board Games

Pringles chips, Sewing kit, Word Puzzle Books, Granola Bars

Disposable towels, Dominos, Hot cocoa mix, Icy/hot patches

Shower to Shower, Nuts, Music CDs, Dice, Jaw Breakers, DVD movies

Baby wipes, Cookies, Inflatable Pillow, Paperback books, Microwave popcorn, Magazines, Boot socks, M&M’s, Hand warmers, Shoe laces for boots, Squeeze butter, Ink pens – notebooks – cards

Nothing that needs refrigeration!

Please don’t try to get everything. Just pick up a box of at least 10 individually wrapped items. Big bags fill up with dirt and sand if not eaten right away. These soldiers aren’t near a PX! They need your help.

Life is meant to be a joyous celebration!

              Love and Light,

                           Rev. Doti Boon

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