Sacred Symbiosis: Person as Path, Soul as Process, Congregation Chevra Thilim, Sunday, 24. February 2019

If “Your footsteps are unknown” as the Psalmist sings (79:20), and G~d is a mystery, then how does a spiritual seeker integrate feeling the intimacy of those mysterious traces into living a meaningful and transformative life? When we encounter something extraordinary in our lives, we might wonder— is this G~d? If each person is a path, then each soul is a process in this interconnected web of divine becoming. This symbiosis of G~d and soul is a human concern that marks much of Jewish theology still in search of a grounded practice. Process theologians claim that G~d is constantly evolving in relationship to humankind. What are the Jewish sources (in Scriptures, Kabbalah, Hasidism and Hebrew/French Poetry) for this understanding of our theology? How do I understand my personal role in creating G~d ? And then how does that understanding affect my spiritual journey? Join Rabbi Aubrey Glazer & Dr. Elyssa Wortzman as we embark on a daylong retreat to (re)discover our paths in co-creating G~d .
This retreat will include: text study, meditation, interactive discussion, and spiritual art direction. The group will be led through a spiritual direction exercise, applying pioneering research that parallels the creative process of an evolving and dynamic relationship between the human and divine through which we will have an embodied understanding of process theology.
Fee: $150 USD, includes coffee/tea snack    Deadline for registration and payment: February 1 
Bring your own meditation cushion/yoga mat, journal and pen, wear comfortable clothing
For questions or scholarship information contact:
Checks payable to: Panui   
Send to: 5562 Macdonald Ave, Hampstead, Quebec, CANADA H3X 0A8

Sacred Symbiosis: Person as Path, Soul as Process

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