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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1 Drum Circle. 7-8:30pm. Join us as Cindy Jones MS LPCS and Taylor Houchens MS LPCA present

“Drumming for Wellness”. If you are feeling a need for ease from any of the following–boredom, loneliness, stress, fatigue. Come and get some rhythm relief! NO experience necessary. All levels welcome! Bring your drums and percussion instruments (extras will be available!). Suggested donation $10. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854 or

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 “Celestial Communication” Kundalini Meditation

workshop with visiting instructor Japa Kaur. 6:30 pm–8 pm. Celestial Communication is a beautiful moving meditation done with mantra and music. Tis will be appropriate for all levels of experience including very beginners. Followed by tea and cookies! Fee is $18. Register with HarDarshan: 919-257-7814 or;

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 Birding with Vernon. 8:30am. Lake Crabtree County Park. Join our enthusiast Vernon for an easy walk while looking and listening for feathered friends. Discover different types of birds and their habitats. Meet at the Waterwise Garden. No registration required. Free. For information visit:

History Hike: Man and the River. 10am-noon. Man has changed the Eno River; the river has changed man. Explore the water and floodplain. Tis hike will be about three miles long and will have two river crossings (the Eno River and Warren Creek), so you may want to bring water shoes. Meet at the West Point Mill. Age 10 and up. West Point on the Eno, 5101 N Roxboro Rd., Durham. Free. Call: 919- 471-1623 or visit:


SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 Te 12 Powers. Class times: Fri. 7-9, Sat. 10-4; Sun. 1-4. Knowledge of the 12 powers includes awareness of “power centers” in the body, similar to the “chakra” system in yoga. Get familiar with all the power centers in your energetic body and learn to activate them so they can serve your spiritual awakening

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Tat Cancer Show. 8–8:30pm. Cornucopia Cancer Support Center hosts this informational talk radio program to assist anyone journeying with cancer. Airs live on WPTF 680 AM in the Triangle. Also live streams live at, click on the 680 AM Listen Live button. See more information at

Unity of the Triangle Sunday Services. 9am

and 11am. Come and be part of a meditative, heart-centered, music-inspired experience our community offers every week. “Come Home to Unity…your family awaits you.” Childcare 8:45am– 12:15pm. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Unity Church of Raleigh: Sunday Morning Services. Prayer and Meditation 9:45–10:15am; Sunday Celebration 10:30–11:45am; Youth Program 10:30–1:45am. Unity Church of Raleigh is a

gathering place for spiritually motivated people living in an awakening world. Come join us each Sunday for fun, fellowship, inspired music and message, and go feeling blessed. Unity Church of Raleigh, 5124-108 Departure Drive, Raleigh.

Unity of the Triangle Español Sunday Service. 1:30pm. Service every Sunday. Come and be a part of a meditative, heart-centered, music-inspired experience, in Spanish! Join Associate Minister Rev. Ana V. Quintana as she leads this new service

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and balance your life. $75. Presented by Rev. Paul Hasselbeck. 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill 919-968-1854 or

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 Fundamentals of Raising Consciousness. 1-4pm. Just what is meant by “raising consciousness?” What are we raising and how do we do it? Ultimately, when we do raise our consciousness our view of life is better! Explore Unity’s key teachings that make raising consciousness easier. Discover how you can change your consciousness creating an even better you! $20. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854 or

TUESDAY, AUGUST 21 Curiosity and the Boundaries We Live Within.

10:30am–noon. When was the last time your curiosity led you to something new – a new way of thinking or acting, or a new question that captured your attention? Tese questions – and probably a few more – will be explored in this program, with the hope of affirming the giſt of curiosity and its use! Free will donation. A Place For Women to Gather, 8380 Six Forks Road, Suite 203, Raleigh.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22 Compassionate Connection. 7-8:30pm. Learn the basics of the four-step process of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and specific strategies for giving empathy to ourselves. We will practice each step with a written exercise, with small group break-outs, and with full group sharing. Tese simple, specific communication techniques can be applied immediately to connect with compassion in all situations. Suggested donation $10. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854 or

THURSDAY AUGUST 23 Curiosity and the Boundaries We Live Within. 7:00- 8:30pm. See August 21 listing for details.

SATURDAY AUGUST 25 Summer Concert. 5 pm. Unity of the Triangle presents “Feel the Spirit,” a joyful celebration of traditional Americana and African-American spirituals. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford

Rd, Raleigh. www.facebookcom/unityoſthetriangle

Sound Bath at Youthologie. 7pm-9pm. Join us for an evening of body, mind and spirit wellness. Immerse yourself in a universe of sound, harmonics, vibration and resonance. Experience a timeless inner journey, part massage and part meditation, at the Triangle area’s only sound bath. Reserve your spot 919-847- 1495. $35 for advance ticket, $40 at the door. Tickets non-transferable to another date. Bring yoga mat and pillow. Youthologie Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine, 10940 Raven Ridge Rd, Ste 214, Raleigh, NC 27615.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 Unity Church of Raleigh, 4th Saturday Breakfast

Book Club. 10am–noon. Our popular Breakfast Book Club, led by Rev. Bev, begins a new book on July 29, 10 am–noon. We’ll be studying Seedtime and Harvest, A Mystical View of the Scriptures by Neville Goddard. Using short quotations from the Bible and from authors Blake, Yeats, Emerson, Lawrence, Quintillian, Hermes, and the Hermetica, Neville reveals “the Power that makes the achievement of aims, the attainment of desires, inevitable,” showing that the Christ is the human imagination.

MONDAY, AUGUST 30 Listening to Your Body: To Supplement or Not to

Supplement. 1:30-3:00pm, or 7:00-8:30pm. With age, as we listen to our bodies, we sense changes associated with perimenopause for up to 15 years before the onset of menopause. It is said that we do not lose hormones because we age, but rather we age because we lose hormones. Every woman should be equipped with the necessary information to make an intelligent decision regarding whether to supplement hormones or not. Free will donation. A Place for Women to Gather, 8380 Six Forks Road, Suite 203, Raleigh.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 Men’s’ Choir. 8-9pm. Durham-based Vox Virorum Men’s Chorus invites male singers of all ages to join them for a classic men’s glee club repertoire, musical excellence and camaraderie. No prepared selection is required, all male voice parts welcome. Email for more details.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 Run 4 Peace. 2-5pm. Join us for our Tird Annual Run 4 Peace 4K, a peaceful walk or lively run through the Carolina North Forest in Chapel Hill. Stay for refreshments, prize drawings, and musical guests Letha and Miles Costin! Register or donate at Use coupon code UCP4 for a $4 discount per registrant. Call 919-638-8392 with questions. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill.

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