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Expressing Our Love, Living Our Truth, and Empowering Others To Do The Same


Circles of Self-Awareness are group experiences of conscious awakening as we calm our minds, open our hearts and listen to the whispers of our soul.

Circles of Self-Awareness create community and offer the opportunity to see our reflection in others as we remember the wholeness of who we are - for compassion grows from within as we lovingly embrace all aspects of ourselves.

Circles of Self-Awareness begin with an initial meditation that opens an inner pathway of connection that is unique to each person. The insights that come to awareness become the reference points for each individual throughout the remaining experience.

As we share our personal insights, common patterns and feelings emerge and we begin to see our reflection in others.

Hearts open as the conversation deepens with the selection of LOTUS Mandalas, inspired symbolic messages from The Origin Methodology of Self-Discovery.

Circles of Self-Awareness expand within each individual as these symbolic messages reflect the commonness of our human experience; reminding us we are all connected and never alone.


Cost: $20
Payable at the door by cash or check

Please bring a notepad or journal to explore your personal insights


The following "Circles of Self-Awareness"  
will be held at Silver Lining and are open to the public:


Sunday, December 30 from 2-4pm
Register Here


Silver Lining
13418 Clayton Road
Town & Country, MO 63131

Located behind Straub's on the lower level.
Drive down to the lower parking lot for direct access


If you have a group of 6-8 friends
who would like to experience a"Circles of Awareness" together,
we are happy to facilitate a personal gathering for you.
Contact me and we'll schedule a date and time.



Sunday, December 9th
3:00pm - 4:00pm

Music @ St. Paul Concert
with The Diamond Star Ensemble

St. Paul Lutheran Church
223 West Adams St.
Jackson, MO 63755


Amy Camie is an award winning harpist, recording artist, composer, author, public speaker and Founder of the Scientific Arts Foundation. Her solo harp CDs have been used in several research studies indicating how they increase neurological functioning, support the immune system and reduce pain, distress and anxiety levels. She has presented over 200 seminars and workshops for local, regional and national audiences on the power of sound, music and healing and is a contributing author to two international books, “The Spiritual Significance of Music” and “LOVE LIFE FORGIVE.” Amy's CDs are used throughout the country in hospitals, cancer centers and hospices as well as for general relaxation and stress reduction. 

Patricia Scanlon, has performed in a wide variety of venues, as a soloist with orchestras, as a professional narrator, leading ladies in musical theatre and cabaret, and in voice over work for local radio and television.  Of note are her performances as soloist with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, her cantoring for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and with the St. Louis Theatre Musicians Orchestra (TMO) in “Best of Broadway” LIVE concerts, a musical theater outreach program to local schools and educational institutions. Patricia has been a voice instructor at St. Louis University, now teaches voice part-time, and sings for weddings and special events.
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Jessica Platt is a sought after performer in the Saint Louis area. She has most recently performed the MozartSinfonie Concertante with the SCC Symphonic Orchestra as well as with the Florissant Valley Community College Orchestra. She has been concertmaster of several orchestras including the Gateway Festival Orchestra, the Fox Theater Orchestra, the Civic Orchestra of Saint Louis, the Clayton Orchestra, the Maryville Orchestra, the International Teachers Workshop in Germany, and the Melkus Baroque Ensemble.  She has performed violin solos with these orchestras as well as other fine orchestras. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Music degrees from Boston University as well as a Doctorate of Arts degree from Ball State University. Her primary teachers included Roman TotenbergSherry Kloss, and John Kendall. Jessica is currently the music director of the Fort Zumwalt South High School Orchestras and the South Middle School Orchestras. She loves teaching as much as performing.

Wendy Hymes is known to exert definitive interpretations of standard repertoire from the Baroque era to contemporary composers and also holds a passion for intercultural music, having performed at music festivals in Ghana, Nigeria and England. Her first solo recording, “African Art Music for Flute,”was released in 2009, featuring music by composers from Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda. She has served on the music faculties at Louisiana State University, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Jefferson College and performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, and as principal flute of the Union Avenue Opera. From 2012 – early 2015, she served as Director of the Fowler Center for performing arts at Arkansas State University. Dr. Hymes has BA, MM and DMA degrees in Flute Performance from Principia College, Indiana University, and Louisiana State University and currently serves as Program Director of the IMI Chamber Players whose debut CD, “Rhapsodies and Dances for Wind Quintet by Fred Onovwerosuoke” was released in 2016. The IMI Chamber Players woodwind quintet was also featured at the National Flute Association convention.
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St. Louis cellist Ranya Iqbal maintains a busy performance schedule and an eclectic mix of musical output.  You may find her performing as principal cellist of the Salem-St. Louis Chamber Orchestra, with the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis or with the Winter Opera orchestra.  Additionally, she is a member of the Zafira String Quartet - a group which specializes in performances of traditional masterpieces on their acoustic instruments, as well as new music on electric instruments with the use of pedals and electronics. She is often collaborating with great local Jazz, World, and Folk musicians in special concerts and on albums.  In that realm, some of the groups she performs with are Autumn’s Child (Native American flute), Triosity (a ukulele, voice, and cello jazz trio), and Acoustic Element (Latin jazz).  When Ranya is not performing, she enjoys teaching cello to about 25 students.  Outside of music, Ranya has a 3rd-degree black belt in Aikido and teaches Aikido classes to kids and adults through her registered non-profit organization Aikido St. Louis. &




Eliot Unitarian Chapel
100 S. Taylor, Kirkwood, MO 63122


Sunday Morning Services
December 16th

Eliot Unitarian Chapel
100 S. Taylor
Kirkwood, MO 63122

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