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The equinox is a momentary balance of day and night. Light and darkness are held in equal power. This tender space offers insights from the natural world on how to creatively hold the tension. 

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These months of pandemic and uncertainty reveal a host of paradoxes and contradictions. My heart is pulled in various directions. My values and my actions can seem at odds. My strengths falter as my weaknesses come into play. I can feel more dissonance than harmony. I long for the courage and wisdom to be true to it all.

Dan Hines guides a soulful encounter, along with other guest leaders who will provide practices of exploration and encouragement. A flow of inspiring music, mindfulness and meditation, poetry and reflective listening and speaking will all assist us as we delve into the heart of the promise of paradox.

Join us for a party with meaning: a musical, seasonal and meditative celebration with depth.

>> REGISTER NOW This event is co-hosted online and by donation for Sorrento and Naramata Centres

Dan Hines is an internationally recognized Courage & Renewal® Facilitator mentored by Parker J. Palmer and the Center for Courage & Renewal. He is a political activist, change agent, Anglican priest, speaker, consultant for intentional communities and leadership coach for business, educational, and religious organizations. 

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Bogey Boyd is an inspiring life coach and beloved pranayama teacher. Alongside his yoga training, he completed five 500-hour pranayama teacher trainings. Bogey genuinely enjoys sharing and teaching from his personal experience and daily practice.

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Rob, Simon, Rachel and Alex and make up Sandtimer, an indie folk band from southeast England. We like percussive guitars, vocal harmonies and weird rhythms, and we write songs about the world as it is, and as it could be.

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This event will be followed by a Winter Equinox celebration on Dec. 21, 2021


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