Staying Healthy Now

4-5-2020

Our guest Lawrence (Larry) M. Cohen, MD, in exploring ways to stay healthy right now. Since 1981, his consultation practice for adults, using functional and integrative  approaches, including homeopathy, clinical nutrition and counseling has used the best combination of traditional and alternative medicine and complementary therapies with people of all clinical problems, from the simplest to the most complex. Austin based poet Ayjshane Winslett will share her poetry. 

Zet with a short meditation

3.20.2020

A short meditation I created to help bring you back to the awareness of your breath and remember that all is well in the current moment.

No More Gurus: Leadership in Modern Spirituality

February 23, 2020

Kiley Jon Clark is a Dharma-Facilitator at Woke-House Community Center. He has authored 11 books, available on Amazon. WOKE-HOUSE is a chill Meditation Center for the "Buddhish" at Heart! Nothing serious, just some Woke-Folks kicking back and enjoying life! Located at 6851 Citizens Pkwy, 2nd floor, 78229. Join them on Saturdays from 10:00 am - 12 pm for chanting, shrine-adoration, walking, and sitting meditation. For more info visit Woke-House.org. Weaving it all together are Kathy Barrios and Zet Baer. Special music from LauraMarie + the Circle Band.

Are You Living Your Dream?

February 16, 2020

Thom Ricks has spent his life following his passions for art and living by traveling the world, teaching, building, spiritually explorating, while inspiring and encouraging others. He has been a professional artist for 48 years. Thom lives, paints, creates and ponders in his studio, with partner Jodi and their dogs in the countryside near San Marcos. Special music from Dana Cooper, award-winning, Nashville-based singer/songwriter whose songs have been covered by numerous recording artists. A soulful singer and excellent guitarist, Dana was part of the legendary Shake Russell/Dana Cooper Band, among the pioneers of Americana music in the 1970's. He continues to be one of the leading writers and performers in the field, touring internationally -- and we're excited to have him sing in the Circle. Weaving it all together are Linda Cuellar and Angel Santiago with a meditation and poem from Zet Baer. And, as always our Circle Band.

Another Look At The Samaritan Story

February 9, 2020

Rev. Anna Gordy asks us "what does the Samaritan parable mean in our world today?" Weaving it all together are Mary Mosley and Zet Baer. With special music from guitarist and songwriter, Joshua Ray Summey, and the Circle Band.

Showing Up Isn’t Enough

February 2, 2020

Angel Santiago shares how we must show up in our own lives. It is said that 90% of success is just showing up. Is showing up really 90%? Or is it really only 10%? Angel is a Certified Professional Life Coach (CPLC) with training in the art of Motivational Interviewing as well as Psychosynthesis Psychology. Angel is a catalyst for transformational change and helps you turn your personal conflicts into fuel for personal and professional growth. Weaving it together with Angel is Zet Baer. With special magical mystical music from Christian Reynoso who "makes love his life" on didgeridoo, hand pan and more.

Walking The Good Red Road of Relationships

​January 26, 2020

Hal Robinson returns to share his wisdom. Hal has been helping others find spiritual solutions to life's everyday challenges and issues for 40+ years. His work combining Lakota wisdom with Gestalt psychotherapy teaches us the tools to live a less reactive life with more peace and freedom. With music from the Circle Band plus special musical guest Jaynee Weber from Austin. Weaving it all together are Mary Mosley and Zet Baer.

Is It Going To Be Non-Violence Or Hate?

January 12, 2020

Keep The Dream Alive! Today we partner with DreamWeek 2020, whose mission is to celebrate our humanity by creating environments for civil and civic engagement to embrace ideas and dreams for the common good. We are joined by writer/activist Cary Clack, who writes about local and national news, events and social issues. He was a scholar-intern at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta, and he wrote CNN commentaries for Coretta Scott King. He has also served as District Director for Congressman Joaquin Castro and Director of Communications for Mayor Ivy Taylor. In addition he worked for the nonprofit Merced Housing Texas. Last month, after an eight-year absence, Cary returned to the San Antonio Express-News as an editorial writer and Sunday columnist. Miami Litton-Palmer also shares about living a sustainable life. Music from Chris Taylor and the Circle Band. Weaving it all together are Mary Mosley and Zet Baer.

Rise And Shine

April 28, 2019

We are honored to have noted author and theologian, Matthew Fox, along with his team, Skylar Wilson, Jen Berit and Michelle Jordan sharing their vision for the Order of the Sacred Earth. Music by Rudi and the Circle Band.
“The world needs... an expansion of human consciousness that moves us beyond Tribalism to a consciousness of the whole.” ~ Matthew Fox

We Are One: A Guided Meditation

July 5, 2015

Rudi shares a moving version of "A Declaration of Inter-Dependence" written by Melanie Bacon, followed by a brief guided meditation focused on the Oneness of Life (accompanied by Ray Palmer, keyboard)

Introducing

Celebration Circle is an inclusive, multi-faith community with a creative approach to spirituality. We honor and nurture the Sacred in ourselves, each other and all Creation.

We gather to remind ourselves and each other of who we truly are -- and who we are capable of becoming. Join us Sunday Mornings

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Meditation on the Divine Light

Launch A Little Prayer mp3 by Rudi

Zet's Meditation 

Divine Light

Zet's Meditation

on Gratitude

All is Well 

meditation​ by Rudi

Centering Breath

​talk by Rudi

Auditory Meditation

​talk by Rudi

Kinesthetic Meditation

​talk by Rudi