Sharing Stillness Calls: Download the free meditations of RAISING CLARITY

Sharing Stillness Calls: Download the free meditations of RAISING CLARITY

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Our Sharing Stillness Calls can help you feel like this beautiful photo taken on the Brahmaputra River in Tibet by Joan Halifax, founder of the Upaya Zen Center. Used with permission.

Sharing Stillness Calls: A Free Program of RAISING CLARITY

“In the eye of a hurricane, there is quiet.”

One thing we possess in abundance is stillness.

As I thought about what RAISING CLARITY had to offer the world at this time, stillness came strongly to mind.

Over the three weeks from the Spring Equinox to April Fool’s Day (appropriately!), we offered a free program of weekly half-hour guided/silent meditation telephone gatherings. Intended to help everyone find and return to their natural stillness, these were recorded so that anyone could enjoy and use them at any time.

You’ll find all call recordings available for listening and download here, on the main Sharing Stillness Calls program page.

How It Works

Each call lasts 30 minutes. I guide us into stillness at the start of each, and guide us out at the end. The majority of the call is in shared silence. Each call teaches a different way of coming into stillness.

Please share the recordings and the invitation to participate with anyone you like. Should you wish to work with us on a coaching or consulting basis, we welcome your inquiry here.


Photo by Joan Halifax, founder, Upaya Zen Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, taken in Tibet on the Brahmaputra River. Used with permission.

Opening quote: Lin Manuel Miranda, “Hurricane,” from the musical “Hamilton.”

  • Molly
    Posted at 00:07h, 18 March Reply

    Just reading this Stillness offering and knowing Beth’s voice will guiding this Stillness provides calm and assurance within me. Beth is peace herself.

    • Beth
      Posted at 00:21h, 18 March Reply

      Molly, this is so dear of you. And gives me added confidence. Thank you!

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