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To Hold Eternity in an Hour
A Virtual Retreat Weekend
May 15-17, 2020
What does eternity have to say to us? If something infinite is speaking to us, can we gain "ears to hear?"
The promise of eternal life is often heard as one of extending our lives through time.
What if what is endless lives in us now, with the promise of greater wholeness in this lifetime?
Throughout history timeless influences have appeared, conveying in ordinary language a higher meaning about a possible inner evolution.
The gospels contain fragments of such a teaching. A contemporary of Jesus suggested that Jesus had the "words of eternal life." Others, before and since, have spoken of higher, timeless influences that can liberate us from limited perspectives and from a more reactive than creative life.
With help from C. G. Jung, poetry and our own experience we will explore two stories of Jesus: a conversation with a sympathetic religious leader and a conversation with a woman doing a household task. Our goal will not be to learn about Jesus, but about ourselves.
We will not be able to enjoy meals together or support from the peace and beauty of Four Springs. Nevertheless we hope your participation in this gathering will be profoundly nourishing. The circle will be limited to 16 participants to support an interactive experience for all.
Facilitator for this seminar is Timothy Locke, Ph.D.
Call (888) 428-5189 to register or for more information, or email email@example.com
This program will begin at 7:00 Friday evening and conclude by 1:00 on Sunday afternoon. The fee of $75 includes seminar sessions Friday evening, Saturday morning and Sunday morning, with an additional hour on Saturday afternoon.
An earlybird discount of $15 will be applied to registrations received by May 5, 2020.