Spirituality can often neglect outward, global action, and activist movements can often neglect the spiritual dimensions of systemic change. Contemplative practice is looking deeply into anything from a place of inner silence and stillness. These five bi-weekly sessions are an experience of noticing areas of your personal life or your societal life where you’re drawn to look more deeply from that place of inner silence and stillness, grounding yourself in a contemplative stance, out of which flows an active engagement in the world, in a time of radical uncertainty.
There will be a text to facilitate the process and further information once you register.
Wednesday biweekly online sessions: Feb 17, March 3, 17, 31, April 14,
1 – 2:30pm.
Spiritual Guide: Kathleen Kaelin, OSU
"I enjoyed the opportunity to connect with fellow searchers."
"It has made a significant difference in my meditation practice and my life."
"The small group format has been an essential part of the larger courses I’ve taken. The content is more group member’s experiences and our experience together of actually becoming a community. The meditation times and exercises helped us go more deeply."
"Sharing experience helped make insights from classes come more alive."
"Being in community enriched my personal meditation practice."
"I feel a greater sense of community with fellow meditators."