This workshop is both conceptual and experiential. Insights from Buddhist Meditation and Christian Contemplative practices are integrated into a psycho-spiritual process for transcending dualistic consciousness and touching the reality of God within. Participants will experience a balance of instruction, mystic poetry, and periods of silence and guided meditation.
Meditative Realization is a practice within the framework of Jungian Psychology that connects us experientially to the Soul in all its intelligence, healing power, creative potential, unconditional love, and the capacity for connection with the Luminous. This process is deeply contemplative and uniquely personal. Participants frequently contact their deepest longings and encounter living symbols of love, wisdom, protection, guidance and divine partnership. This manifests in an unfolding communication between the conscious and unconscious mind, the human and divine, the finite and infinite that opens the soul to intimacy with the faces of God.
Date & Time: Sat., May 4, from 10:00am to 3:30pm
Presenter: Craig Lennon, PhD
Fee: $60 (includes lunch)
About the Presenter:
Craig Lennon is a spiritual director and clinical psychologist practicing in the tradition of Jungian Depth Psychology. His book of poetry was published in 2017 (MY BEAUTIFUL RUINS). His workshops combine mystic poetry, myth, dream, and meditative practices in the exploration of a variety of psycho-spiritual themes:
*Cultivating Unlimited Compassion for Your Shadow
*Celtic Spirituality and the Living Flame of Nature
*Odysseus and the Soul’s Voyage Home
*Meditative Practices in the Mystical Traditions of Buddhism and Christianity