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Valerie Skonie Neshoma

Ordained Interfaith Minister

Sufi Order International

HQ Phone: (518) 794-7834

Sufi Order International

5 Abode Rd.

New Lebanon, New York 12125

United States

Company Description

The organization now known as the Sufi Order International was founded by Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan in the early twentieth century. Born July 5, 1882, he was a great Indian musician who was sent by his own murshid (a Sufi teacher) to the West with the com ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Student
Sufism

Affiliations

Founder
Winter Feast

Founder
Wellbeing Meditation Directory

Founder and Spiritual Advisor
Dharmata Foundation

Web References (147 Total References)


Winter Feast for the Soul - Words Of Encouragement And Rededication

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Valerie will guide you on a meditation to open your heart and give you an opportunity to ask for what you need right now. Valerie Skonie is the Founder and Former Director of the Winter Feast for the Soul.

Words of Encouragement and Rededication with Valerie Skonie 2012


Winter Feast for the Soul - 2012 Winter Feast Meditations

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The interviews will be conducted by Valerie Skonie, founder and director of the Winter Feast for the Soul.

Valerie will guide you on a meditation to open your heart and give you an opportunity to ask for what you need right now. Valerie Skonie is the Founder and Former Director of the Winter Feast for the Soul.


Valerie Skonie, organizer of ...

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Valerie Skonie, organizer of the Winter Feast for the Soul, hopes to once again inspire meditation en masse, in organized meditation sessions set for this winter. Photo by Courtesy photo

Like a rolling snowball, Valerie Skonie called two people and they called two people and so on and so forth. Skonie, a Sufi teacher based in Hailey, had an idea: to gather people gather daily for 40 days for meditation.
She was inspired by line of poetry by the Islamic poet Rumi: "What nine months does for the embryo/forty early mornings will do/for your growing awareness."
Last year, about 100 people in the Wood River Valley committed to a 40-day meditation period either on their own or in groups, organized by Skonie, with help from the Light On The Mountains Spiritual Center, just south of Ketchum.
...
"I don't know how these people are finding us," Skonie said. "It's the grace of God, I swear. This year's event, she said, is focused again on meditation and prayer. She is hoping to integrate all spiritual practices as well as yoga, martial arts, contemplation and expressive arts.
A businesswoman and consultant in California's Bay Area for many years, Skonie moved to the Wood River Valley hoping to be a part of a spiritual community. Though she is a Sufi practitioner, the 40-day meditation period is not dictated by any one practice
"Sufism is all about the heart and it's cultivated through daily practice," she said.
...
"I've been planning since before the last Feast ended," Skonie said. "There's so much. She and the organizers intend to have online meditations, and the Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival will sponsor a film night Wednesday, Dec. 17, on the anniversary of Rumi's death.
"It will be an instructional and inspirational evening," she said.
...
Skonie is actively fundraising to pay for the special events planned, and the response has been favorable.


Valerie Skonie, organizer of ...

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Valerie Skonie, organizer of the Winter Feast for the Soul, hopes to once again inspire meditation en masse, in organized meditation sessions set for this winter. Photo by Courtesy photo

Like a rolling snowball, Valerie Skonie called two people and they called two people and so on and so forth. Skonie, a Sufi teacher based in Hailey, had an idea: to gather people gather daily for 40 days for meditation.
She was inspired by line of poetry by the Islamic poet Rumi: "What nine months does for the embryo/forty early mornings will do/for your growing awareness."
Last year, about 100 people in the Wood River Valley committed to a 40-day meditation period either on their own or in groups, organized by Skonie, with help from the Light On The Mountains Spiritual Center, just south of Ketchum.
...
"I don't know how these people are finding us," Skonie said. "It's the grace of God, I swear." This year's event, she said, is focused again on meditation and prayer. She is hoping to integrate all spiritual practices as well as yoga, martial arts, contemplation and expressive arts.
> A businesswoman and consultant in California's Bay Area for many years, Skonie moved to the Wood River Valley hoping to be a part of a spiritual community. Though she is a Sufi practitioner, the 40-day meditation period is not dictated by any one practice
"Sufism is all about the heart and it's cultivated through daily practice," she said.
...
"I've been planning since before the last Feast ended," Skonie said. "There's so much." She and the organizers intend to have online meditations, and the Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival will sponsor a film night Wednesday, Dec. 17, on the anniversary of Rumi's death.
"It will be an instructional and inspirational evening," she said.
...
Skonie is actively fundraising to pay for the special events planned, and the response has been favorable.


Valerie Skonie, organizer of ...

www.mtexpress.com [cached]

Valerie Skonie, organizer of the Winter Feast for the Soul, hopes to once again inspire meditation en masse, in organized meditation sessions set for this winter. Photo by Courtesy photo

Like a rolling snowball, Valerie Skonie called two people and they called two people and so on and so forth. Skonie, a Sufi teacher based in Hailey, had an idea: to gather people gather daily for 40 days for meditation.
She was inspired by line of poetry by the Islamic poet Rumi: "What nine months does for the embryo/forty early mornings will do/for your growing awareness."
Last year, about 100 people in the Wood River Valley committed to a 40-day meditation period either on their own or in groups, organized by Skonie, with help from the Light On The Mountains Spiritual Center, just south of Ketchum.
...
"I don't know how these people are finding us," Skonie said. "It's the grace of God, I swear." This year's event, she said, is focused again on meditation and prayer. She is hoping to integrate all spiritual practices as well as yoga, martial arts, contemplation and expressive arts.
> A businesswoman and consultant in California's Bay Area for many years, Skonie moved to the Wood River Valley hoping to be a part of a spiritual community. Though she is a Sufi practitioner, the 40-day meditation period is not dictated by any one practice
"Sufism is all about the heart and it's cultivated through daily practice," she said.
...
"I've been planning since before the last Feast ended," Skonie said. "There's so much." She and the organizers intend to have online meditations, and the Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival will sponsor a film night Wednesday, Dec. 17, on the anniversary of Rumi's death.
"It will be an instructional and inspirational evening," she said.
...
Skonie is actively fundraising to pay for the special events planned, and the response has been favorable.

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