Public Programs & Outreach

Circle of Meditation and Healing: Spiritual Practices in Challenging Times

Monday, March 13, 2017 | 7:00pm

We live in challenging times. In the 2017 Full Moon Circle of Healing and Meditation, we will practice spiritual exercises that help us stay centered, clear and focused on our vision for the world. In this sacred space, Susan Magee will lead visualizations and teach practices to ground ourselves and be fully present in our personal power; bring our values into focus; clarify our purpose and path; and work collaboratively with others.

March Circle: “Staying Centered”

In challenging times, how do we stay centered, release fears and be fully present in all our power?  Join Susan Beilby Magee in this sacred circle as she guides us to the still point within and teaches us to listen to our own wisdom.

All spiritual seekers are welcome.  No experience is necessary.

To listen to a previously recorded meditation, please click here.

The Circle of Healing and Meditation is a continuing series to connect with our wisdom within held in St. Joseph’s Chapel.


About Susan Beilby Magee

Susan Beilby Magee has practiced the healing arts for the past 3 decades. A certified hypnotherapist and meditation teacher, she founded the Washington Circle of Master Healers. Susan was instrumental in bringing healing prayer to Cathedral Crossroads and continues to volunteer as a healing minister on Crossroads evenings. She practices various forms of meditation, visualization, hypnotherapy, and energy healing. One chapter in Susan’s spiritual journey culminated with the publication of her book, Into the Light: The Healing Art of Kalman Aron, a profound story of hope, courage, and transformation of an artist and Holocaust survivor she met at age six.

Susan Beilby Magee’s career spans diverse realms of politics, economics and spirituality. A leader of the women’s movement and director of the Mayor’s Office of Women’s Rights in Seattle, she moved to Washington, D.C., as a White House Fellow in 1976. Magee held policy and management positions in domestic finance and economic development in the U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments and later served as an international business consultant. Having earned a BA from Pomona College and MBA from the Wharton School, she has served on numerous boards of directors.

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    • March 13, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm