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A group exploration into the ways we are overcoming our silence, amplifying our voices, and sharing our wisdom.Find out more »
Your body is a satellite dish for Mind-at-Large. You are a receptor for pure intelligence and information pours into you through every sense with every experience. Whether you tune into this or not is up to you. Emily Dickinson did and she left behind a cache of 1800 poems. What might be possible for you if you learned how to translate your body’s language into prose, poetry, story?Find out more »
Healing the world begins with healing ourselves. As Ramana Maharshi reminds us: “The greatest service we can render the world is our own self-realization.” This means that we become the greatest light in the world when we master our own ordeals and connect our creative potential with our spiritual power. Becoming a prophetic person starts with a spiritual practice. Spirit moves from silence to thought to word and action.Find out more »
6:30-9 pm, Wednesday nights, February 5, 12, 19, 26.
A four week adventure in clarifying our desires, speaking our truth and creating the experiences our hearts long for. By the end of this group experience, you will be an expert in understanding the workings of your own creative engine and how to keep it tuned up for maximum performance.
You have a life story that happened for your benefit so that, by now, you would be wise, grateful, useful and powerful. Sometimes we get derailed and our train of thought needs a little tweaking. This workshop gives you a chance to look at your life from a different perspective, to have the assistance of others hearing you into a new kind of being, and the guidance of a mentor who understands story from the inside out. By the end you will be laughing out loud at how you created the whole thing effortlessly.Find out more »
This is a one-day workshop to help you think through the legacy you will leave behind after living a life filled with moments of sorrow, joy, awe and wonder. We will map our lives out to get a bird's eye view, then explore a variety of ways to piece it together into one sensible package. Saturday, February 22, 9-5; lunch included. $125Find out more »
Limited to five women. This sabbatical is at Muse Lodge, in the foothills of the Adirondacks in upstate NY. It starts at noon on Monday, June 8 and ends at noon on Friday, June12. The time will be largely your own, though we will meet for common meals at lunch and dinner. I will facilitate a daily circle that will last approximately an hour, where I will share a reading and a teaching. During the week, I will meet with each woman for an hour individually. We will explore whatever you choose to explore. During the week, I will also take a one-of-a-kind photograph of you that reflects the part of you you want others to see.Find out more »
Evolving Ourselves Forward as a Faithful People
a retreat with Jan Phillips and Michael Morwood
Vast numbers of people are leaving behind traditional religions for a spirituality rooted in the values of Jesus: contemplative prayer, acts of compassion, commitment to social justice. Individuals and groups alike are seeking new ways to pray, celebrate, and form community as old structures fall away for lack of relevance.Find out more »
Twice daily meditation/prayer circle; two teaching sessions daily; kayaking, hiking, loon watching. Michael Morwood and Jan Phillips have been facilitating evolutionary approaches to spirituality for years through their books, workshops, and retreats. Their work combines Biblical scholarship, scientific research, the arts, and music to keep the brain and heart in constant communion.Find out more »
June 26-28, 2020, All Saints Church, Syracuse, NY
We will ponder our next steps in light of the evolutionary changes we are experiencing in our religions and our faith. Is the God we knew relocating from the heavens to our hearts? What does it mean for us to act prophetically? What does it mean to be a mystic and what do we have to learn from them? How do we create conversations of consequence that are inclusive and inspiring?