The Watercourse Way II

The Watercourse Way II

Our Brain, Our Body, and a Life of Prayerful Engagement

An invitation to an experience of integrative spirituality.

“For Chuang Tzu, as for the Gospel, to lose one’s life is to save it, and to seek to save it for one’s own sake is to lose it. There is an affirmation of the world that is ruin and loss, there is renunciation of a world that finds and saves man in his own home, which is God’s world.”

-Thomas Merton

  • Christian and Buddhist religious perspectives with writings from Chuang Tzu, William Johnston, Thomas Merton, Thich Nhat Hanh, and poet Mary Oliver
  • Mindfulness practices for prayer disciplines, stress reduction, and emotional self-regulation
  • Daily practice of Qi Gong and Tai Chi Chuan, first developed by 8th Century Chinese Buddhist monks for emotional and physical health
  • An introduction to “Clearing Circles,” a Quaker practice for vocational and personal discernment

November 10-13, 2016

Pecos Benedictine Monastery
Pecos, New Mexico
Register Online

FACILITATORS

  • Jon Magnuson, M.Div., MSW
  • Lee Goodwin, M.Div., D.Min
  • Diana Magnuson MFA
  • Joseph Piccione, Th.D, JD (Chicago)
  • Ruth Almen, MSW, ACSW (Pecos)

Cost: $725

Includes resource materials, 3 nights lodging & 9 meals

Register and Pay online

For more information, call 906-228-5494

The Cedar Tree Institute is a nonprofit organization in Northern Michigan initiating projects and providing services in the areas of mental health, religion, and the environment.

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