What are your truths that you need to tell?
We come to a place of better knowing ourselves and this community when we tell our truths, deeply hear the truths of others, sit still and contemplate what is real for us beneath all the noise.
Satya is Sanskrit for “truthfulness.” It is an ethical principle for a well-lived and joyful life, and is the second of five Yamas in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
In light of recent events on campus, the dean and chaplains of the Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life invite all members of the Middlebury College community to come tell their truths in the company of others, and to hear the truths of others; for all of us to sit with our own truth.
Six sessions will take place between March 9 and 13. Gatherings will be hosted by pairs of skilled facilitators and will take place in the Scott Center Living Room, 135 So. Main St. (next door to Admissions). All participation is voluntary.
We look forward to seeing you!
- Sponsored by:
- Charles P. Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life