Connecting to the Peace Within in the Midst of a Changing World

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Venue:FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, CBC 155


Connecting to the Peace Within in the Midst of a Changing World
Lecture by Sister Jenna

Tuesday, December 7, 2017 | 7 PM | FIU MMC | CBC 155

We live in a noisy, busy world, filled with pressure, conflicts and demands. The hectic world reflects the chaos many of us face inside on a daily basis. How can we establish peace in our lives during these times of transition? There is a place of peace within where, regardless of the circumstances, we can become established and empower ourselves.

Join special guest Sister Jenna, founder of the Meditation Museum in Silver Spring, Maryland, and McLean, Virginia, and host of the syndicated radio show, America Meditating, as she explores how we can access that place of peace through the power of meditation and by gaining a new perspective.

Sister Jenna is a spiritual leader, author, radio and TV personality, renowned speaker and founder of the Meditation Museum in Silver Spring, Maryland and McLean, Virginia. She serves as one of the Evolutionary Leaders in service to conscious evolution and was selected by Empower a Billion Women 2020 as one of 100 Most Influential Leaders of 2015. Sister Jenna also served as a principal partner with the Oprah Winfrey Network and Values Partnerships on the Belief Team, a community of individuals from diverse spiritual, cultural and faith backgrounds and was recently awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree by St. Thomas Aquinas College for her many years of dedication and service to humanity.

Sister Jenna has collaborated with Fortune 500 companies on key issues and her syndicated radio show, America Meditating, is a popular global online show. Sister Jenna is the recipient of numerous awards and proclamations including, the President’s Lifetime National Community Service Award, Every Day Hero Award by the Foundation for A Better Life and the Friendship Archway Awards, to name a few.

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