Interspirituality: Evolutionary Hope for the Human Family …

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This retreat is being cancelled but will be rescheduled. We will post the new dates as soon as they are confirmed.

Interspirituality is the deep sharing of prayer and belief across spiritual traditions. When Wayne Teasdale presented the term at the 1993 Parliament of World Religions, the phrase had immediate resonance and added spiritual depth to interreligious dialogue.

In a time when many institutional religious structures are declining, what would it take to have the soul of religion be embedded again in its original meaningful context, namely, to bind together what has been and is now trying to be lived? It suggests a reflection back to our origins, to what has brought the human family to this point in time and holds the seed to the evolution of the spiritual life of all humans.

Just what is interspirituality and what hope does it hold for the human race at this critical time? What can older generations say to younger generations about the religious life they have known all their life? These and many more reflections and group discussion will be the goal of our time together.

Friday, March 9, to Saturday, March 10, 2017The retreat begins at 6:30pm on Friday and concludes at 3:30pm on Saturday.Cost of $175 includes $50 non-refundable deposit, overnight accommodations, and meals.

Frederick R. Gustafson, Jr. is an author, psycho-therapist, and ordained Lutheran minister with a doctorate in ministry. He has lectured on mens spirituality, psychology, dreams, and the relationship between Western and Native American spiritualities. Fred has studied Jungian psychology in Switzerland and has long been active in the ceremonial life and culture of the Lakota Brule Sioux inSouth Dakota.

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February 2nd, 2019 at 12:43 pm