Peace Within Us. Peace Between Us.
Chill Sacramento is a vision shared by many: a safe, neutral space where you can discover and explore yourself, find common ground with others, and learn how to participate in creating communities of belonging.
We are realizing this vision through educational activities that focus on sharing perspectives and practices for personal wellness and development, cultural understanding and celebration, volunteer resiliency, social innovation and servant leadership.
INNER WORKLearn Divine Spark meditation techniques for inner peace and wellness
Meditation for Busy Minds and Hearts Looking for Peace.
Our Meditation for Beginners class is taught in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. We begin by discussing the value and history of meditation, the different types of meditation, and the science behind the benefits. When then move into unique exercises and games designed to make you feel comfortable with your own experience meditating.
Care and Feeding for Your Soul.
Your soul is the essence of who you are. Sometimes when we feel isolated or depressed, it is because our souls are not being acknowledged and encouraged. During the Sanctuary for Inner Peace, you can sit with a Divine Spark practitioner who sees “you” — your energetic vibration as a soul — so you can remember the beautiful person you really are. I know, wild, right? And amazing.
Learn a Transformative Method...
for self-healing, expanding awareness, deepening relationships and understanding the inner-workings of your life and the lives around you. In Part One, you will enhance and expand your ability to heal yourself through the acknowledgement and alignment with the energy of universal consciousness. Part One also prepares you for Part Two where you learn the practitioner-level techniques.
OUTER WORKLearn How You Can Take Part in Building Caring Communities
Meditation for Students.
They learn more about how to recognize the signs of depression and how to help fellow students stay safe and alive. They also learn how to quiet their minds, reduce stress, focus so they can perform better in tests, and build a loving, positive self-image. Chill’s first club is in Rocklin High School in partnership with the National Association for Mental Illness. Start a CHILL Club at your school.
Compassionate Capitol Region
A resource for building caring communities at the grassroots level in collaboration with city and county government in the seven county region..On July 25, 2017 the Sacramento City Council passed a resolution drafted and presented by Compassionate Capitol Region for Sacramento to be recognized around the world as Compassionate Sacramento.
is a CHILL project that provides unique opportunities to support Sacramento charities. Through its program, Mercey Springs helps other non-profits by providing grant funding and volunteer resources. Foster children, disadvantaged youth, veterans, homeless men and women and disabled persons are some of the folks in the region helped by their work.
Get updates on upcoming workshops, events, personal development exercises and ways to get involved in the community.