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Dear Community and Relatives,

We would like to invite you to our Center for Sacred Studies Prayer Portal call on May 29th at 5pm PST.

Margin will be hosting the Prayer Portal call this month with our Center for Sacred Studies Grandmother Elder Jyoti and Spiritual Director Darlene Hunter.  This will be the sixth of twelve calls that will now be scheduled once a month including different facilitators each time, so that we can offer a diverse dialogue.

We are hoping to hold a focus of the Now!
What is happening and what can be our response.
How is this walk, a prayer in motion for unity and peace.
What is the shadow that has been brought out in our collective for healing. How can we stay fully present as we follow the guidance of prophecy that comes to guide us through these times. Witness the many Divine channels that are intervening now to help us.

Our call this month is The Daughter of Promise: Innocence and beauty as the gifts of SpringLuisah Teish will lead us in a discussion on ways to empowerment through creative expression.

Luisah Teish is a storyteller-writer, an artist-activist and spiritual guidance counselor. She is an initiated elder (Iyanifa) in the Ifa/Orisha tradition of the West African Diaspora.

She is the author of Jambalaya: The Natural Woman’s Book of Personal Charms and Practical Rituals, and she co-authored “On Holy Ground: Commitment and Devotion to Sacred Land” with Kahuna Leilani Birely. Her most recent work is “Spirit Revealing, Color Healing”, a book of Zen Doodles.

Please read on to see how to join us!! 
See you there!!!

With blessings of love and peace,
Jyoti, Darlene and the Staff of the Center for Sacred Studies

We invite you to come together on the FREE Teleconference Call: Whispers from the Beloved Mother

Wednesday, May 29th at 5:00 pm PST

These offerings are medicine for these times.
It is now time to unify our diversity as One People for One Earth.

If you have any questions, please email us at
centerforsacredstudies@gmail.com

Below are some of the testimonials received from our previous community calls.
“Hello beloved family, I am so very grateful for this call that i was able to attend from The Netherlands with being on the call at 2 am as of the time difference. Very much appreciate the sharing of knowledge and wisdom is such a joyful basket of fresh fruits. Its very uplifting and gives me hope and joy in my heart, Thank you! so much love “
– Rev. Daniella Scarparo


“Grateful for the message of hope”
– Anonymous


“Beautiful Energy”
– Anonymous

“… I took a lot of notes. It became even more clear to me the importance of collaboration at this time in human history. It was good to hear again about the condor and the eagle but I had not heard of the Japanese dragon before. I very much appreciated hearing from a Japanese perspective.
– Leoma

“Fantastic! thank you for the opportunity to listen, learn & share, all of it was great including the song, the memorial poem, the prophecies & the interactive format & that it took place despite tech & physical challenges ! would appreciate future gatherings.” – Anonymous

“Thank you again, dear Jyoti , Darlene, and devoted CSS staff. You are providing a safe landing space for our brothers and sisters on the land to share these heart breaking events. I particularly appreciate the encouragement to trust OUR truths, dreams, and prayers – especially those with subtle messages and double meanings. I’ve been reaching deep inside to find something deep and yummy to share. Today, I remembered a song by Rabbi Miriam Maron that touches the marrow in my bones. Called, “Renewal of Strength,” the words say: The Holy One, Blessed be his Name – hides himself…HIDES HIMSELF — IN THE MIDST OF THE OBSTACLE…… We are sure being tested, but NOT abandoned! Spirit loves us more than ever. Let us do the same for each other. Aho.” – Shirley

“Thank you so much for hosting these. It really has made a difference with sharing our love and support in these times of great challenge and shifting.” – Kathy

“I am inspired by many persuasions. Still I feel broken even as an activist. Putting one foot in front of the other is becoming more difficult. How DO we all keep going amidst the storm? Thanks.” – Marni

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