Del Mar Community Connections offers interactive seminar series

Del Mar Community Connections is offering a fall interactive seminar series for women in their autumn years (ages 55-85) at St. Peter’s library in Del Mar on the third Saturday of the month, starting Sept. 21 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. This event is hosted by Del Mar Community Connections, so there is no charge for these four monthly meetings. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is located at 344 14th St. one block east of 101.  Parking is on 15th Street.

By accepting both the gifts and challenges of the aging process, Del Mar Community Connections “feels that this ‘Harvest Time’ of our lives can be an exciting new phase of spiritual growth, self-development, creativity, service and expanded consciousness.  Come and join our circle of sage women.”

The presentations will include discussions on the following topics:

Sept. 21: Healthy aging, super-foods and brain longevity

Oct. 19: Life review process: harvesting lessons, gifts and purpose

Nov. 16: Energy medicine and contemplative practices for clarity and vitality

Dec. 21: Elder wisdom, depth psychology and envisioning the future

There will also be time for personal sharing and for individuals to contribute their unique perspective and expertise to the group, as well as to receive support in dealing with difficult life conditions or transitions.

Since space is limited for this free seminar series, hosted by Del Mar Community Connections, please reserve your place in advance by email: doc.shanti@yahoo.com  If you would like more information, you may write to the same email address.

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