Winter Feast for the Soul invites you to join in 40 days of daily spiritual practice featuring teachers from a wide array of spiritual and religious traditions.

A Winter Feast for the Soul

A 40-day Worldwide Spiritual Practice Period

     
 
January 15 - February 23
Every Year Since 2008
 
     

25 DAYS
till the Feast begins



2011 Winter Feast Events

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What nine months does for the embryo
Forty early mornings
Will do for your growing awareness

Jelaluddin Rumi

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opening ceremony

The Winter Feast for the Soul takes place every year from January 15th - February 23rd, and unites people in their commitment to a 40 day practice of stillness. We embrace all spiritual traditions and organizations in a synchronized period of practice where we become part of a shared dream for a consciousness of oneness and peace on our planet.

Why 40 days? The number 40 has great historical significance in the lives of important spiritual teachers. Forty is the number of change. If we truly want to make a difference in the world, then we must begin by inviting change into our own lives. The three line poem by 13th century mystic, Jelaluddin Rumi, that inspired this Feast tells us that 40 days of early morning practice will have a remarkable effect on our lives.

We celebrate all forms of practice that bring an individual to a period of stillness in their daily life. The commitment to 40 minutes of practice each day for the 40-day period of the Feast allows people to have a life changing experience of the importance of stillness.

Join us for this unique, free offering that unites thousands of people in dozens of countries worldwide each January. Watch our introductory video here.

May all beings find peace and may kindness and compassion rule all our relationships.

 

 

Join Our Facebook Meditation Group!

In 2013, we started a Facebook Meditation Coaching and Support Group. There are currently about 1,000 members participating year round.

Join the Facebook group and find encouragement from others also making a meditation commitment.

 

 

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

During the year, and more frequently during the Feast, we publish a series of newsletters to keep you up to date on any news as well as to keep you encouraged and inspired during your 40 day journey.

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Visit Our Meditation Archives!

Our archive of recorded meditations is perhaps the most extensive on the Internet. We have over 2,000 free meditations recorded by teachers and leaders from most major world traditions, religions and paths. If you can’t wait for the Feast to start in January, you can get a head start by visiting our archives and choosing a teacher or tradition that appeals to you now.

 

 

Participate and Help Us Bring Winter Feast to the World!

  • Commit now to join us on January 15, 2015
  • Invite your family and friends to join you
  • Volunteer
  • Become a Community Organizer where you live
  • Make a donation to help us extend our reach around the world this year

 

 

 

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