May 2020 newsletter

May 2020


Dear Friends,


As we move into May and week 6 of quarantine, we are beginning to see the rewards of sheltering-in-place, in the lower numbers of infections, the “flattening of the curve” and the hopes of  soon being able to resume more freedom of movement. I was tempted to write “return to normal” but realized that we will be living in a new “normal,” as it is likely we’ll see periodic resurgences of the virus. In light of that possibility, we will be offering all our Fall and Winter term courses in an online format, as we are for the last of our Spring courses (described below). The Introduction to Classical Music course we hope to run at some point in the future. Note the addition of a new online course “Frequencies and Psyche” which Rachel Chevalier just sent me.

In challenging times like this it is comforting to know that we have within us the wisdom and guidance we need; meditation–which the course below will teach you–is one of the best ways to get in touch with inner wisdom, and Rachel’s course can help foster good health.

Don’t hesitate to reach out if there is any way I can support you.




Frequencies and Psyche: Exploring the Science of Systems, Friday, May 15th, 11AM-1PM EDT; on Zoom; $10; registration required; to register, give Rachel your email address; contact her at

Drawing on decades of research on energy systems, spirituality, and the connections between human health and naturally occurring noxious earth energies, this course presents vital information on geobiology, earth energies using Bioresonance, Spiritual Alchemy and Universal Laws that dictate our experience as humans. Participants will be given a resource list, as well as information on how to pay electronically for the course. Led by Rachel Chevalier, dowser and researcher with an MA in Integrative Health from The Graduate Institute.



Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, Wednesdays, 5/20,27,6/3,10,17,24, 6:30-8PM; on Zoom; $30 for the series; registration required; to register and give Maggie Mae your email address, call her at (802) 595-5925

Come explore the basics of Mindfulness Meditation in this six-week series that breaks down the fundamental aspects of meditation into accessible and relatable segments. Whether you have never meditated or have a practice that you would like to deepen, this class is designed to make diving into meditation an open and inviting exploration in a supportive environment. We will learn to meditate on our bodies, emotions and thoughts as well as learning to be more compassionate towards ourselves and others. No need to be able to sit motionless and cross-legged for this class. Just come with an open and curious mind to discover the benefits of Mindfulness Meditation for your whole being. Prerequisite: an open and curious mind. Led by Maggie Mae Anderson, yoga and massage therapist, currently enrolled in the Brach/Kornfield Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program. This course will run online via Zoom; you will need to call Maggie Mae with your email address (so she can send you the link you must click on before the start of each session); also you can pay via a check, made out to Maggie Mae, sent to 12 Lincoln St., Apt. 1, Waterbury VT 05676, or you can pay via Venmo.


the link to our May blog is:

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