|WHEN:||May 13, 2018, 2 - 5 pm|
|WHAT:||‘Being concerned and caring about everything around us is very natural when we realise that our existence and the outside existence are no different.’
We invite you to serve the community and connect with the sacredness of nature by spending a fun, friendly, fulfilling, family afternoon planting bulbs and flowers at the beautiful Kenton Recreation Ground.
'Every time I walk in this park, I feel the magic! My mind stills, I become present and feel at one with everything around - the sky, the birds, the trees, the earth, the flowers, the air, the grass, the people…It makes me feel whole again. Being with nature has the power to transform and reconnect us with our roots. I feel supported by the universe and therefore am inspired to make the world a better place. In the vastness of nature I feel a palpable connection to something larger than myself, to everything and I feel humbled.' ~ Mita
Eugene Callinan, the Park Warden at Kenton Recreation Ground and an ambassador for the Harrow Parks group, has worked tirelessly maintaining the area for over 17 years and continues his selfless labour of love in serving those who are blessed to use it. He absolutely loves what he does and is so passionate about creating beautiful powerful spaces for people to heal and find peace, ease, tranquility and balance in their lives. Last September, he received the British Empire Medal for his contribution to the community.
Flow for the afternoon
Address: KENTON RECREATION GROUND, Carlton Avenue, Harrow, HA3 8AX.
- Opening Circle with wisdom reading
- Walk in silence to cultivate presence
- Plant flowers and bulbs in small groups - the bulbs have been donated by Taylors Bulbs who are the main suppliers to Her Majesty The Queen
- Closing Circle
Refreshments will be served. Registration required.
More details will be sent upon registration.
‘Look at a tree, a flower, a plant, the sky, let your awarenesss rest upon it, it will help you to become still.’ ~ Eckhart Tolle