Michael Caputo, a Christian Minister since 1985 and college educator living in Canada, is the author of a book "We Believe in God".
Many years ago a leading American atheist was interviewed on TV in his city. Caputo was perplexed by the man's confidence, but most of all, his concluding remark. He said with total certainty, "No intelligent person would ever believe in God". His baffling comment stayed with Caputo for some years, until he was finally moved to put it to the test. This needs investigating!
Arrive at 2.15 for 2.30 - 5pm, Sun 23rd April 2017
Cost is £6 to include tea/coffee & biscuits.
Come and join us for an afternoon of joyous celebration in circle dance and meditation through sound.
Ana da Costa will lead us in an afternoon of easily accessible circle dances and John Hofton will lead us in some simple toning exercises and chanting. At the end we shall combine both together in order to discover the potent combination of intoning together in a circle, whilst holding hands and moving gently in step with one another, thereby creating a heart-centred meditative state which will be deeply healing for all.
Ana has had a passion for circle dance ever since she was first introduced to it in 1992 in Italy. She has been teaching circle dance since 1995, both in Brazil, where she is from, and here in the United Kingdom. Ana is an occupational therapist and a lecturer in health. She holds a PhD degree (University of Bolton) for which she investigated circle dance as a medium to promote well-being.
John holds a Professional Sound Healer Practitioner Diploma from the Wheater Sound Academy. He is also a Master Practitioner of Urban Mysticism (awarded by The Awakening Network) and Reiki Master. He holds regular Toning and Mantra chanting groups at Tatton House Studio, Gatley.
Both Ana and John are regular contributors to the atOne Sundays events which are held once a month at Gorton Monastery, they also run regular retreats at Trigonos, N. Wales.