Tag Archives: Thich Nhat Hanh

Watercourse Way III

Tending Body, Tending Soul This retreat is an invitation to an experience of engaged spirituality. A time to anchor one’s self in a specific time of extended mindfulness practice, set in context and exploration of Eastern and Western spiritual traditions. … Continue reading

Watercourse Way Retreat at Pecos Benedictine Monastery New Mexico

An invitation to an experience of integrative spirituality. REGISTER TODAY Building upon a foundation of two initial retreats in 2015 that brought together 27 participants from across North America (Washington State, Texas, Wisconsin, Michigan, New Mexico and Iowa), this year’s … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

Winter 2016 Ecotone Newsletter

“Mukwa” is its Anishinaabe name, buried deep in indigenous language of the Great Lakes Basin. “Black bear” is the English translation. I’ve come to call my two recent encounters with these elusive creatures of the forest “The Visitations.” The first … Continue reading