The Earth & Spirit Center is established in the conviction that the Earth and all its inhabitants form a single sacred community. Guided by the vision of Thomas Berry, our mission is to cultivate a mutually enhancing human-Earth relationship through transformative learning experiences and service opportunities in spiritual development, social compassion and Earth literacy.
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Friday, December 8, 2017 at 6 p.m.
Topic: Islam, Feminism, and Human Rights
Join us for a presentation and conversation. Dr. Riffat Hassan will be our guest speaker.
Meditation is an ancient spiritual practice that has remarkable practical benefits for both body and mind. This class offers practical, step-by-step guidance for developing a personal meditation practice using mindfulness. This class includes: basic instruction in the techniques of mindfulness meditation; the psychological principles and spiritual underpinnings of the practice; and clear guidance for bringing the fruits of the meditation practice into professional and everyday life.
Mindfulness meditation has been clinically demonstrated to increase relaxation, relieve stress, reduce anxiety and bolster self-esteem. CEOs, attorneys, healthcare professionals, educators, and the military are paying attention. The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Time Magazine are putting mindfulness on the front page. Modern science is learning that the ancient spiritual practice of meditation is relevant to addressing complex modern problems.
This 60-minute workshop offers a basic introduction to theory and practice of mindfulness meditation, as well as its physical, psychological and spiritual benefits.
Caring for the earth is of vital importance for the survival and well-being of our children and the children of all species. This course explores how we can make a transition from a period of human devastation of the Earth to one in which we will recognize and celebrate the sacredness of all creation and find our place within the web of life. It is a transformative educational experience that empowers participants to respond to our current situation with imagination, vision, and informed action.
The goal is to engage in what Berry calls “the Great Work” of our time: to bring forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just human presence on the planet. “The human and the entire universe exist in intimate relations with each other. Together we constitute a single sacred community.” – Thomas Berry
This meditation course explores from a Buddhist perspective three major challenges that we all face in this human existence – the experience of aging, sickness, and death. It is designed to help you navigate difficult times using meditation and offers alternatives for engendering a sense of well-being amidst the strife.
Four Wednesday classes – January 10, 17, 24, 31, 2018
Two time options: 10:00 – 11:30 am OR 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Instructor: Glenda Hodges-Cook
Cost: $80 for registrations received by December 31. $100 after January 1. Some scholarships are available upon request.
On the first Saturday of each month, this interfaith gathering offers contemplative support for meditators of all traditions. Each session includes brief meditation instruction and longer periods of silent sitting. Join us.