New Year’s Crystal Soup Ceremony: A Fundraiser for Zenyu

New Year’s Crystal Soup Ceremony: the Space of All Possibilities

A Fundraiser for Zenyu

Monday, December 31st, 2011 6pm-9pm, Doors open at 6pm

Yummy House & Temple

2828 S Frontenac St

Seattle WA 98108


Suggested Donation: $25-100 (no one turned away for lack of funds)


 Zenyu joyfully invites you to start off 2013 in a sacred and delicious way! Join us in a beautiful intention-setting ceremony, as we gather together to plant our intentions in the Space of All Possibilities. With guided meditation and a purifying fire we will cast away the old and invite in the transformational and (r)evolutionary energies of 2013…all in the presence of like-hearted folks who wish to live a meaningful life. And not to worry, the ceremony will end early enough so you have time to go home, primp, and party the rest of the night away!

We will also end the night with a delicious soup, created from our collective vegetable contributions. Remember that StoneSoup fable? Well, instead of a boring old stone, we’re substituting an energized crystal (for a more woo-woo touch). To make this nourishing and sacred brew, we invite all participants to share a single vegetable offering (washed and chopped, please!).  Vegan/Gluten-free options will be available!

Space is limited so please buy your tickets now at Brown Paper Tickets. And if you can’t make it, you can still make a donation and sponsor someone else!

*This is a fragrance-free event.  Other accessibility concerns?  Please contact us at


Zenyu creates opportunities for developing connections with ourselves, with each other and with the natural world through a spiritual, social justice lens. Zenyu is a grassroots, multicultural organization that cultivates the holistic well-being and leadership of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Inquiring (LGBTQI) People of Color through meditation classes, wilderness excursions, and spiritual retreats. Zenyu supports long-term social change by developing solution-centered leadership based on compassion, mindfulness and co-operation among marginalized communities.


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