When faced with difficulties, what one characteristic distinguishes those who become resentful from those who become stronger?
The founder of the “Me Too” movement, Tarana Burke, has said that our society needs a shift in order to disrupt sexual violence. We need to ask important questions.
With Barbara Hetzel – on February 23
If you have been searching for the answer to the question “How can I give back?”, this workshop is for you. How we can be of service in the world is as unique as each individual.
This workshop will inspire those who are anticipating the loss of a loved one, those who have recently lost a loved one, and ministers who support them find ways to add meaning to processing our grief.
A fun-filled, transformative experience that will take you on a journey to meet the healer within, through sacred Kemetic (Egyptian) Yoga, meditation, breathwork, soulful singing, and spirited storytelling.
With Andrew Vidich – 2 sessions begin March 14
Every great religious and spiritual tradition has laid great emphasis on the meaning and understanding of death and the dying process. As we more deeply understand the dying process, death becomes teacher.
Amid today’s chaos and faced with escalating climate change that is rapidly altering the natural world, how do we engage with nature?