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The Art of Unknowing – A Four Part Webinar

Date: April 4, 2022


1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

April 4, 2022 @ 1:00 pm 2:30 pm PDT

Please go to the Product Page to learn more and to register! The Art of Unknowing for Spiritual Coompanions (sdicompanions.org)

We all experience states of unknowing. Some of our unknowing has immediate urgency in the world – “what is going to happen with our climate crisis” or, “what do we do about war?” Some of our unknowing can be interior – “Who or What is my True Self?” or, “What is Ultimate Reality?”

All of us are on the path of awakening, maturity, and service. Those around us may not always be aware of it, but the work of spiritual direction and companionship is to accompany people as they explore the depths of their being.

It can be confusing and difficult for our companions to grow in spiritual maturity, while working with their shadows, and effectively integrating their enlightenments. How do we trust and integrate those experiences we define as mystical? What language do we use for the intimate, infinite, and ineffable? How do we companion those in the midst of such experiences? And how do we transmute these experiences into effective mystical life, during a time of much crisis?

Do we have the right spiritual tools to live in this time of rupture as luminous, peacemaking beings? As spiritual companions, how can we best serve those who are in spiritual awakening? How do we companion them as they awaken to the sacred services to which they are called? How do we help others in service to become mature spiritual beings in the world, integrating both our mystical enlightenments and our deepest shadows?


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