Timely & Noteworthy Information 

Highlights

We will be on break from classes and events over the summer, from July 7th through August 30th.  The new practice year will start with a Meditation Review followed by a  Healing Clinic on Sunday, September 1st, 2019 (see more information about Healing Clinics below).

Healing Clinics & Meditation Reviews 

HEALING CLINIC doors will open for a 10 AM entry into the Healing Clinic. When you enter you’ll be greeted by one of our trained healing clinic stewards who will guide you to the room that the clinic is being held in.  All Welcome. No pre-requisites required.  The healing clinic welcomes anyone who is interested in sitting quietly in a meditation energy set and/or receiving a spiritual healing.

  • When: The 1st Sunday of every month (with the exception of August when we are closed for summer break). CHECK HERE for dates.
  • Time: 10-11am (open to everyone)
  • Location: 2685 South West Temple, South Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Cost: By donation.

Our next Healing Clinic will be Sunday, September 1, 2019.

For more information about the clinic(s), you can call or text Deanna Thompson at 801-898-8358, including the day of the clinic.

Meditation Reviews are offered prior to a few of our Healing Clinics throughout the practice year.  These 20-minute reviews are an opportunity to have fresh access and to deepen your experience of a Class One tool.    Available to those who have completed Class One or more.

  • Time: Doors open at 9:30am.  Meditation will start promptly at 940am.
  • Cost: $8
  • Location: 2685 South West Temple, South Salt Lake City, Utah.

The next Meditation Review will be held on Sunday, September 1st, 2019 prior to the Healing Clinic.

Please CHECK HERE for upcoming dates.

THE NEXT CLASS ONE SERIES (SPIRITUAL TOOLS) will be starting on Thursday’s: September 12th, with Deanna Thompson.
Time: 6:15pm to 8:30pm
Cost: $325. A $50 deposit is required upon registration to hold your seat.
Location: South Salt Lake, Utah
Call or Text Deanna at 801-898-8358 or email at deanna1007@gmail.com

CHECK HERE for class details.

New: Labyrinth Walks 

 The Labyrinth at Seiki-Energy Awareness is a four-circuit cloth labyrinth.  The path enters on the East and will take you to the center and out again if you remain on the path.

By walking the path of the labyrinth, we are rediscovering a long-forgotten ritual used as a walking meditation and spiritual tool.  The labyrinth is a tool that helps us to look within.  It offers the opportunity to learn to recognize the wider pattern of our lives and to acknowledge the universal truth that we are all walking the path of life together.   The winding path becomes a mirror for our lives: each of us walking a path of unique life experiences, twists, and turns.

The labyrinth walk is different each time one walks it.  Often people find peace, solace, release and a deep sense of spiritual joy.

All Are Welcome to walk the Labyrinth!

Trained Practioner’s are available at each walk to help answer questions you may have about how to use this spiritual tool. There are also pamphlets available with suggestions on how to begin.

The Labyrinth is open for walking on:

  • Sunday, October 6th, 2019. Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm. Cost: By Donation (Suggested donation $5)
  • New Year’s Day: January 1st, 2020. Time: 11am-12:30pm. Cost: By Donation (Suggested donation $5)
  • Sunday, May 3rd, 2020. Time: 11:30am-12:30pm. Cost: By Donation (Suggested donation $5)

Location: Our Center is located at 2685 South West Temple, South Salt Lake City, Utah.

To learn more about our Labyrinth walks contact Kelly Anne Ward at energyawareness@msn.com

Service & Sharing – Utah Food Bank

We value anchoring our spiritual practice in expressions of service and sharing. Since 2017 we have chosen the Utah Food Bank to be the local recipient for our Community Service Project support.

If you would like to contribute to this project you can drop off your food donation(s) or coins at any of our Healing Clinics.  See information about dates/times & location for Clinics below.

For other information on our expressions of service & sharing, you can visit our Service & Sharing page.