At this very special time of the year, as the wheel turns, guiding us into the deeper, more contemplative realms, and of celebration ahead of the returning of the sun’s warmth, an evening that explores Aramaic words, their meaning, and their original emphasis. Christ, God, prayer, and many religious expressions can be misinterpreted and their original meaning changed from their Aramaic origin. This turn into December, the Christmas season, and the winter solstice can also be a confusing time. What does the word Christ mean? When one wishes a happy Christmas, what has truly been said?
Mary will guide us to a pure, love-empowered, and universal understanding of the deeper meaning in these expressions. It can be deeply healing to release some of the false concepts that many carry when the essence of these words and teachings is looked at in their original setting. This evening will beautifully open an enlightened way through December and assist in preparing for the ‘Christ’mas season from its universal and winter solstice perspectives.
Mary Berkery, author, Celtic Soul coach, and speaker, has been a student and seeker of understanding, as she puts it, “the pure essence of my Christian roots before it was misinterpreted and misrepresented by religious institutions.” Mary lives in the west of Ireland and will be in Glastonbury to share this insightful evening with us as we turn towards this precious time of the Winter Solstice, Christmas: Rebirth and New Year.
Glastonbury Inner Light; Sunday, 3rd December, Avalon Room, Glastonbury Experience Courtyard.
Pleas take extra care on the stairs up to the Avalon Room. If you would like assistance, please contact us in advance, or ask someone to kindly notify us before the beginning of the talk.
Doors open at 6.30pm, with the talk beginning at 7pm.
£8 in advance, or on the door, subject to availability.
Advance tickets are available now from Man, Myth & Magik on Magdalene Street (next to the large doorway of the Abbey).
Light refreshments will be available.
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