Solstice Event Dates, New Phone Number, Video Discussion Format: May Updates

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Save the Date: June 21 Weekend Solstice Gathering

Spring is in full bloom, and we are a getting ready for the Summer Solstice. We are planning on having a two-day event at the Maryhill Stonehenge replica this year on the weekend of June 21. Last year we had a fantastic one-day event with a picnic and about 25 Rosicrucians and their friends from Washington, Oregon, and California coming together at this beautiful location.

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Last year’s Solstice gathering at Stonehenge. Photo by Frater Kris

Details for the event are still coming together, so be on the lookout for more in our update email, this blog, and social channels. If you’d like to volunteer, please email us.

Calling all Beta-testers, pioneers, and tech-friendly members

We are rolling out a new experimental forum for members in Southwest Washington and Oregon. If you are a member and would like to talk with other members (just text, no video or voice), you will be able to do so on the new ESP Slack site.  Slack is just like Facebook, but it will only be open to local Rosicrucian members. This was an idea suggested to us by one of our members, way out on the Oregon/Idaho state line.

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Updates for April: Online Discussion Group testing, Workshop Volunteers

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Online Discussion Group

We’ll begin testing out our new online discussion group and meditation this month. This group is designed to connect with members who are too far away to attend convocation. In these sessions, we’ll be doing simple meditations like the overall exercise and other visualizations and talking about topics from the Rosicrucian monographs.

We’ll be using the Zoom platform. All you’ll need is an email address, a computer with a microphone and video camera and a reliable broadband connection. We’ll be sending out notes to folks who have expressed an interest in the project. We’ll set up times for you to meet online and test the equipment. We plan to offer a regular schedule of online meetings (hopefully) in May.

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