When was the last time you went to adoration? The last time you simply sat in God's presence and spent some time with Him? Adoration is such a beautiful sacrament because Jesus is PHYSICALLY present! He's always spiritually with us when we pray, but Catholicism has a little extra. Because we get to see Jesus, with our own eyes. We get to receive Him every Sunday, or even everyday if you go to daily mass! And we have adoration chapels, where we can sit in His presence, praying, journaling, listening to worship music, or just talking to Him. So take advantage of your Savior's gift to you, and go to adoration. •
ps: I didn't find out that this was a thing until four years ago, and my church even had a perpetual adoration chapel that I didn't know about! So if any of you are unaware of this beautiful gift that God gave to us Catholics, then ask me! I'll be happy to answer any questions. God bless!
Blessings Yogis! This Wednesday, let's switch things up a bit as we're still coming off some fantastic and amazingly supportive New Moon energy!! How beautiful and even more serene it would be to practice by CANDLELIGHT in an already grounding and highly vibrational space!? We will use the flames of the candles to shine light on our INTENTIONS and DEEPEST DESIRES and further communicate that passionately to our Universe!
So come through and reconnect to your HIGHER SELF through a beginner to intermediate vinyasa yoga flow!! Lets hold some vibes and raise the vibration as best as we can! ** Light refreshments will be served after session
** Live acoustic performance by Quisa-Maria 'OSUN' Blackman
** Please walk with your mats
** Please walk with insect repellent to ward off those mosquitoes if you can (we may have some to share as well) $50 contribution
PLEASE RSVP @ 1(868) 789-8123 OR 1(868) 369-3270 _
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Backlit gallery is based in sneinton and does so much to help local artists. It not only provides cheap space for them to use, but they show locals next to internationally acclaimed artists.
They’ve just been given four years of arts council funding which they hope will provide even more opportunities to graduates in the city.
The current exhibition ‘Mountain of Tongues’ celebrates the complexity of language and culture in the Caucasus area (between Europe and Asia) in relations to the vibrant diversity in the East side of Nottingham.
Work on show includes @ryangjhs who graduated from Trent last year! Ryan says that Backlit played a big part in convincing him to stay in Notts after uni. .