What is Silent Space? 

Silent Space is a movement and an invitation to step away from the world, the noise outside of us and the noise within us, to connect with a deeper wisdom that lives within us all. It facilitates a journey for individuals to take, that leads them into their truest being. It is a place that already exists within each person, where you can connect with your heart and your wisdom.

Silent Space is non-denominational, open to all, free to all and the greatest gift one can give oneself. You may after time discover something within you that is higher than yourself, wiser than yourself and as you start to honour and give this presence that lives within you space, it will start to transform you.

This is not necessarily a meditation practice, though there are similarities. It is not necessarily a mindfulness practice, though again, there are similarities. Silent Space is as the name suggests, a place you set aside, to sit in silence. To simply be still. To eventually know yourself deeper, to allow silence to transform and change your inner being so that you walk on a new terrain, with a greater ability to hear, to listen to yourself, to others and to see life in a new way.

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Erica - 45 years old from Nashville living in LA “I was grateful to be intentional about sitting still and for the silence. Having the anchor word really helped me bring stillness to my mind and thoughts.” She also enjoyed sitting with other people and said she often feels lonely and Silent Space helped her feel “connected”
 
Emily - 30 years old from London and now divides time between London and LA). “I would like to sit for longer next time. I had so many thoughts in my head but towards the end, felt my mind getting calmer. I had lots of pictures in my head during the silence and it felt very creative. This is something you need to bring to LA. It feels very community focused, which I feel is something LA lacks”