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Rosary Prayer

Sari Fleischer


Sari Fleischer

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 30 2020
  • Time: 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm


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May 30 2020


1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Rosary Prayer

This Saturday we will have a Rosary prayer from 1:30-2 PM PST, for those who would like to virtually join us to pray over this year’s 1000 roses for our sacred rose paste.
Our Rosary prayer is open to everyone and led by community member Sari Fleischer.
The Rosary is an ancient sacred prayer ritual and a powerful tool to facilitate a direct encounter and communion with the Divine Mother. This particular ritual is made up of several simple prayers offered in a specific repeating pattern. Our Rosary prayers are not meant to be a replication of any particular religious doctrine, but rather intended to offer a powerful ceremonial practice that invites a direct experience with the Divine Mother for our individual and collective healing and evolution of consciousness.
This Saturday’s Rosary prayer will embrace an ecumenical union of the traditional prayers of the Rosary; particularly inspired by the Santo Daime tradition as well as spirit guided for this day’s prayer purpose. With each repetition, a particular intention will be offered for us to meditate on and join together in a unified prayer. We will be focusing on invoking a direct experience and infusion of the Mother’s message into our hearts and our rosary paste that we are creating on this day.
 (Preparation for our Rosary prayer: It is helpful to create a quiet, centered place to offer the prayer of the Rosary, such as by your Divine Mother altar. Each bead on the Rosary corresponds to a specific prayer and helps us to stay focused with the prayers in order to free our mind and create an opening to the Divine. It is not necessary to have a physical Rosary to offer this sacred prayer. If you do not have a Rosary, any string of beads, such as mala beads, can be used or none at all. The power of the prayer is in the sincerity of the intent and the openness of the heart.)
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