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Life-changing 'Oneness Meditation' event Saturday an awakening experience

12:39 PM, Feb. 18, 2013  |  Comments
Janelle Anderson of Fond du Lac, a 'Blessing Giver,' gives Maggie Milliette (seated) a blessing. Milliette is a oneness trainer through Oneness University of India. She is in Fond du Lac for training and preparing for an upcoming event to be held at Founders Hall, on Saturday, Feb. 23. Founders is located at the CSA Mother House, 320 CTH K, east of Fond du Lac.
Janelle Anderson of Fond du Lac, a 'Blessing Giver,' gives Maggie Milliette (seated) a blessing. Milliette is a oneness trainer through Oneness University of India. She is in Fond du Lac for training and preparing for an upcoming event to be held at Founders Hall, on Saturday, Feb. 23. Founders is located at the CSA Mother House, 320 CTH K, east of Fond du Lac.
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On Saturday, Feb. 23, Founders Hall, part of the Sisters of St. Agnes Convent at 320 CTH K, Fond du Lac, will be the site of a "Oneness Meditation" event, lead by Oneness Meditators Peter and Thayer Beach. The meditation, which will take place at 6:30 p.m., is a powerful meditation of Divine grace, to help raise consciousness, heal relationships, and quiet the mind.

Flowing through the eyes of the Oneness Meditator, it creates a neurobiological shift to accelerate awakening. This very sacred blessing is secular. People of all faiths, beliefs and walks of life can experience dramatic changes and improvement in their lives.

Oneness Meditators Peter and Thayer Beach consciously started pursuing spiritual development as teenagers and have practiced and taught beginning to advanced courses on meditation and Vedic philosophy since the early 1970's. In recent years, after connecting with Oneness University in India, both have awakened, illuminating years of spiritual teaching and practice, with the direct experience of the Divine nature of life.

The Beachs have been married for 34 years. Many of those years have been filled with challenges, like the birth of a severely disabled granddaughter. They live very ordinary lives and careers. Peter as a tax lawyer and Thayer as an elementary school teacher, has put them in the mainstream. They love to talk about the naturalness and profound ordinariness awakening brings to daily life.

Awakening is not something that separates people by creating high states that can't be shared. It makes it very obvious that we are all deeply connected and that we thrive to and very naturally help others, as we become more and more aware of the world as family.

Oneness trainer Maggie Milliette will offer a short introduction talk and sharing of the blessing at 4 p.m., prior to the meditation, for anyone wishing to learn more. This is by donation.

"At our event the Oneness meditators will speak about living in an awakened state and then share the Oneness Meditation, which only a handful of people worldwide have been given to share with others. They are regular folks with good hearts, wishing to serve humanity in this way, as well as having jobs and living in the world. Their message is about the everyday ordinary experience of awakening that brings great peace to the inner world, along with the experience of connection to everything living, the all that is," said Milliette.

Milliette lives in Viroqua and offer courses throughout the state or wherever invited. More information on this topic is available at www.onenessmidwest.org

"Personally I came to find Oneness at a point of great stress, change and uncertainly in my life and it has brought great joy and reconnection in life with sons and friendships. It was in many regards a lifetime of preparation in which I have studied holistic health, many spiritual traditions, and raised a family," said Milliette. "I have been to India twice. Once for 21 days when the course I now teach was 21 days long and you had to travel in India for it; and two years ago to deepen my experience and become a trainer. I was with people from all over the globe, of every faith and belief. It was truly marvelous and hugely life changing!"

A $10 donation is suggest to attend the event. More information can be obtained by calling Milliette at 608-799-7719.

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