Weekday morning online meditation between 8:30 – 9:00 am. Free to all.
“If the only prayer you ever said in your whole life was thankyou, that would suffice.”
Meister Eckhart (c1260 – c1328)
Welcome to Meditation @ Guided Pilgrimage!
We are a small group who meditate every weekday morning.
If you would like to join us please get in touch via our contact form and we can send you some more information.
This is a 100% FREE service
Chris has been interested in things of a spiritual nature for over 30 years and this exploration has provided her with a very broad perspective on spiritual matters. She is a qualified alternative health practitioner (homeopath and reflexologist) although she now works in providing pilgrimage for others of a face-to-face and virtual nature.
Chris is a qualified Spiritual Companion which requires an in-depth meditative practice and is very keen to explore ways to connect to Spirit (however that appears to people – eg being in nature, prayer, mindful activity or just simply soaking) for herself and others.
Kate first came across meditation when she attended the 8am service at the church where her father was the priest. It stayed with her – she began teaching meditation almost 30 years ago when she brought it into the school she was working in.
She draws from a wide range of influences from eastern to western philosophies including the yoga sutras of Patanjali, Ignatian spirituality, and the work of William Bloom. Kate practices Iyengar yoga, is a qualified Spiritual Companion and NLP Master Clinical Practitioner.
She works in her family funeral business, Attwood Funerals (www.attwoodfunerals.co.uk), and she also facilitates ‘Embracing Life by Facing Death’ days at her home in rural Worcestershire.
Meditation is a developmental process.
It changes, deepens and expands.
Compassion grows. Consciousness expands.
You melt more fully into the ultimate mystery.
It is also private and personal.
Inside meditation, you are completely free.
Your meditation practice is the most personal liberated space that you can experience.
(Extract from Meditation Masterclass by William Bloom)