WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Life can be hectic and stressful. How can one calm away needless fears and put problems and chores into perspective? Are there simple ways to restore peace and let the joy of life renew us?
On Saturday, July 14, from 3 to 5 p.m., rain or shine, Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association Trustee, John Foster of Vermont Healing, will lead a meditative walk on the Dunn Nature Trails at the Stephen Martin Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary in Westminster, Vt. The reflective walk will include poems or other readings and offer opportunities for both contemplation and sharing. A guiding premise of this walk is that it’s essential to be still, to quiet the everyday mind, to interrupt daily routines, and thus to be open to other dimensions for healing to begin.
Interested participants should register at email@example.com or at 802-451-6277 and meet at the Bemis Hill Trailhead for the Martin Wildlife Sanctuary at 1522 Bemis Hill Road in Westminster. Because the program takes place at a Wildlife Sanctuary, no dogs are allowed. For maps and directions to the location, please visit Trails & Maps at www.windmillhillpinnacle.org. Information about other free programs offered by the Pinnacle Association may be found at the WHPA website under Events. Pinnacle is also on Facebook at www.facebook.com/windmillhillpinnacle.