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Beyond Belief: Self-Realization as a Spiritual Practice

June 16 @ 5:00 pm - June 21 @ 10:00 am

Healing the world begins with healing ourselves. As Ramana Maharshi reminds us: “The greatest service we can render the world is our own self-realization.” This means that we become the greatest light in the world, when we master our own ordeals and connect our creative potential with our spiritual power.

Becoming a prophetic person starts with a spiritual practice, moving from silence to thought to word and action. When our words and actions are rooted in our spiritual commitments, we become a light in the world and a force for good.

This workshop is an entry point into our own wisdom. Using creative exercises, poetry, storytelling and video, we learn the secrets of mysticism and non-duality. We learn how to let go of the fears that have kept us silent and create a life that is full of purpose, spirit and prophetic power. Self-realization helps us to become the Mystics and Prophets we are born to be.

  • explore your life from a different perspective and find wisdom in your cells you never knew you had
  • learn how to tune in to the broadcasts of Mind-at-Large
  • erase the boundaries between your self and the Sacred
  • give up seeking and become a Finder

“Stop learning, start knowing.” Rumi

Date & Time: Sunday, June 16, 2019 at 5pm through Friday, June 21, 2019 at 10am

Fee: $600 (all inclusive)

Presenter: Jan Phillips


About the Presenter: Jan Phillips is a writer, photographer and activist who connects the dots between evolutionary creativity, spiritual intelligence and social action. She is the author of ten award-winning books on creativity, spirituality, and thought leadership. She has three CDs of original music and a YouTube channel of videos she has produced. She is founder and director of the Loving-kindness Foundation and is responsible for the construction of the Livingkindness Learning Centre in Kaduna, Nigeria. Jan has performed with Pete Seeger, taught with Jane Goodall, worked for Mother Teresa, and sung to Gladys Knight. Her presentations incorporate science, humor, research and the arts, keeping the brain and heart connected and engaged.




June 16 @ 5:00 pm
June 21 @ 10:00 am
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The Mariandale Center
299 N. Highland Avenue
Ossining, NY 10561 United States

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