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Program: Writing Your Spiritual Autobiography and Soul Mythology

Writing Your Spiritual Autobiography and Soul Mythology In a series of four workshops, we will explore personal stories, the myths generated by those stories, and the truths and archetypes that lie within those myths. Through reflection and examination, we will identify impactful life events, which will then help us craft a narrative around one. No […]

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Program: At the Intersection of Science and Spirituality

At the Intersection of Science and Spirituality: Contemplative Consciousness and the Zest for Life Each of us, from our own place in the world, desires to be an engaged participant in the unfolding of our world, while at the same time seeking meaning and authenticity for ourselves. For 3 sessions we will explore the wonder-laden […]

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Interview with Bernice Marie-Daly on The Sacred Feminine

Bernice Marie-Daly will be leading this year’s spring graduate retreat, entitled The Radical Path of the Sacred Feminine. Bernice has been studying the Sacred Feminine for 35 years. In this interview with board chair Holly Moore, she explains who the Sacred Feminine is, how we experience her, and where we see her. The retreat will […]

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PAST RETREATS

Fall 2020 The Secret at The Heart of The World: Teilhard de Chardin on the Evolution of Love A Guild Graduate Retreat with Louis Savary via Zoom Join us for the Guild’s fall Graduate retreat this September with Louis Savary. He will take us on a journey that will help us to better understand Teilhard’s […]

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Program: Engaged Transformational Listening

Engaged Transformational Listening Our listening skills impact our experience of ourselves, others and our world. Most often we hear what we are wired to hear, not necessarily what is actually being shared. This program explores the dynamics of listening, learning about our own ‘automatic’ listening with the intention of becoming aware of what impede or deepen […]

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Misfits, Warriors, & Holy Fools: Spiritual Biographies to Live By

Who are these misfits, warriors, and holy fools? Through book talks and movies, we will examine contempory mystics who rose to a level of consciousness enviable to anyone living in these times of personal and communal unrest. We will walk with heroes and heroines, East, West, and Indigenous; gleaning insight to best prepare for what […]

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Program – Sacred Philanthropy: When You’re Not Bill Gates

Presented by Brooks Smith-Guild III Dec. 1, 2020 at 7 PM via Zoom No Cost Register here Merton said, “To live well myself is my first and essential contribution ot the well being of all mankind and to the fulfillment of man’s collective identity.”  Yes, his language is from the fifties, but his spirit and […]

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Darwin, Divinity, & Dancing With the Wind

This workshop weaves together the latest scientific understanding of our Cosmos with stories from our Judeo-Christian tradition. We will discover that an Eco-Spiritual lens develops a compassionate creative response to the dynamic dimensions of our unfolding Universe. Saturday, February 13, 2020 from 9:30 – 1:00 Cost is $40 You can register here. For any questions, […]

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Holy Curiosity: The Art of Paying Attention

Presented by Cari Keith Using Carl Jung as a guide, this program will use dream work, poetry, and mindful walking to explore the psychological and spiritual benefits of curiosity and the practice of pausing to pay attention. This program will be on Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 9:30 to 12:30. Cost is $30 with Lunch […]

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Courageous Faith

Courageous Faith – Presented in Collaboration with Wisdom House The challenges of this time of great unknowing and spiritual dark night are considerable. How do we meet these challenges?  How do we strengthen our resilience and fearlessness amongst all this suffering and uncertainty? Join us as we share spiritual practices, insights and resources in dialogue with Cynthia […]

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Program: Pilgrimage for a Pandemic

Combining the Guild practice of circle sharing with the technology of Zoom, and the narratives of Boccaccio with the model of lectio divina, we are offering a program in which we will use storytelling, others’ and our own, as a way to process the experience of living during a time of pandemic. With the image of Boccaccio’s young […]

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Program – Exploring the Labyrinth: Opening to Wisdom

A highway will be there, called the holy way … it is for those with a journey to make, and on it the redeemed will walk. – Isaiah 35:8,9 Do you find it difficult to sit still in silence or in prayer without your mind wandering all over the place?  Are you attracted to embodied spiritual […]

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Program: Poetry 4 Kids

Exposure to free verse poetry offers an opportunity for children to address feelings of loneliness, anxiety, compassion, joy, inclusion, and hope. Along with the rhythm of words and a discussion of the content, children will be exposed to a meditative practice of art for expression. Creativity allows one to find their unique voice, listen deeply […]

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