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Circle of Meditation and Healing: Coming Home Within Ourselves

Wednesday, November 7, 2018: 7pm
Join Susan Beilby Magee at the Washington National Cathedral’s Circle of Meditation and Healing to explore what it means to be “at home” within ourselves. What is at the center of our being? How do we find it? What are the rewards of “being home”?




Circle of Meditation and Healing 2018: Coming Home to Mother Earth

Join me for the 2018 Full Moon Circle of Healing and Meditation series at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C. This year we will explore what it means to “come home and be present” within ourselves, our families, the cosmos and Mother Earth. 

Monday, April 2, 2018
“Coming Home to Mother Earth”

Join Susan Beilby Magee in this sacred circle as she leads a visualization to explore our relationship to Mother Earth.

How does Mother Earth support my life’s journey?
What messages does she hold for me, and how do I access them?

All spiritual seekers are welcome. No experience is necessary.

The Circle of Healing and Meditation is a continuing series to connect with our wisdom within. It is held in St. Joseph’s Chapel.

The next three circles are:

Tuesday, May 29: Coming Home Within the Cosmos
Tuesday, September 25: Coming Home Within Our Families
Wednesday, October 24: Coming Home Within Ourselves


Workshop with Susan Beilby Magee: Conversation with Your Soul

with Susan Beilby Magee

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 10am – 3pm

Meet your Higher Self, the Divine spark, and ask:

What is my soul’s purpose?
How do I pursue it?
What limits my ability to manifest it?

Within each of us lies the Wise One who can answer every question we have. Meet your Higher Self;
learn how to communicate; and discover concrete actions to pursue your passion and fulfill your mission.


Admission: $50
Location: Bethlehem Chapel, Washington National Cathedral

For the past 3 decades Susan Beilby Magee has practiced the healing arts. A certified hypnotherapist and meditation teacher, she leads Circles of Meditation and Healing at the Cathedral, guiding participants into quiet realms to seek healing and find peace. Magee was instrumental in bringing healing prayer to Cathedral Crossroads and continues to volunteer as a healing minister on Crossroads evenings. She practices various forms of meditation, visualization, hypnotherapy and energy healing. One chapter in her spiritual journey culminated with the publication of her book in 2012, Into the Light: The Healing Art of Kalman Aron, a profound story of the personal alchemy of an artist and Holocaust survivor she met at age six.

Susan Beilby Magee’s career spans diverse realms of politics, economics and spirituality. A leader of the women’s movement and director of the Mayor’s Office of Women’s Rights in Seattle, she moved to Washington, D.C., when President Ford appointed her a White House Fellow. Magee held policy and executive positions in the U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments and later served as an international business consultant. Having earned an MBA from the Wharton School and a BA from Pomona College, she has served on numerous boards of directors.