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October 2. Grace and Mercy: The Breath of the Goddess.

The autumn is traditionally the time when the mythological great goddess is celebrated as she returns to liberate embodied beings and the world from suffering the bonds of ignorance, greed, illusion, and unconsciousness. Mary Angelon Young explores mythic stories of the divine feminine, both East and West, their relevance for us in today’s world, and the inspiration we can absorb from them.
Speaker: Mary Angelon Young is a workshop leader, editor, and author of As It Is, Under the Punnai Tree, The Baul Tradition, Caught in the Beloved’s Petticoats, Enlightened Duality (with Lee Lozowick), Krishna’s Heretic Lovers, and The Art of Contemplation.

Previous talks in this series:
September 18, 2021. Hospitality: the Practice and the Art (Regina Sara Ryan)
September 4, 2021. Conscience: The Transformative Effect of Working with Inner Conflict (Clelia Lewis)
August 21, 2021. The Way of the Wise Woman: A Deeper Dive into the Awakening of the Mother Spirit (Red Hawk)
August 7, 2021. The Benefit of Good Company on the Spiritual Path (Tom Lennon).
July 24, 2021. Love and Longing: May the Heat of Suffering Become the Fire of Love (VJ Fedorschak).
July 10, 2021. Understanding the Persistence of "Sleep" (Unconsciousness) (Matthew Files).
June 26, 2021. Sun. Moon. Tantra: Navigating the Ocean of Chaos and Coherence (Mary Angelon Young).
June 12, 2021. A Deeper Yoga: Moving Beyond Image to Wholeness and Freedom (Christina Sell).
May 29, 2021. Faith: How Necessary is It on the Spiritual Path? (Karl Krumins).
May 15, 2021. Contemplating Continuity — A Conversation with Spiritual Friends (Barbara Du Bois).
May 01, 2021. Good Enough is Good Enough: Discerning What is Wanted and Needed (Debbie Hogeland-Celebucki).
April 17, 2021. Creative Life: The Art of Getting Out of Our Own Way (Bandhu Dunham).
April 3, 2021. To Build Castles on Sand (VJ Fedorschak).
March 20, 2021. Spiritual Warriorship and the Undefended Life (Nachama Greenwald).
March 6, 2021. Everything is Food: A Gourmet’s Guide to the Spiritual Path (Regina Sara Ryan).
February 20, 2021. Having a Spiritual Aim (Matthew Files).
February 6, 2021. The Alchemy of Being Willing to Suffer for Love (Chris McMaster, Clelia Vahni Lewis).
January 23, 2021. Building Resilience and Inner Strength on the Path (Mary Angelon Young).
January 9, 2021. Learning to Live with Reality: Ring Out the Old, Ring in the New (VJ Fedorschak).
December 12, 2020. Home for the Holidays: Remembering the Spiritual Path in the Midst of a Pandemic.
November 28, 2020. We Have Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: Questioning the Root of All of Our Fears.
November 14, 2020. Love What You Do Not Love: The Doorway to Ever Present Peace.
October 31, 2020. The Alchemy of Grief and Love.
October 17, 2020. Being with Reality in Wild, Wild Times.
October 3, 2020. Not What “Should Be,” But “What Is.”
September 19, 2020. Exploring the Depth of Spiritual Tradition: A Panel Discussion.
September 5, 2020. Maintaining Presence in the Midst of Chaos.
August 22, 2020. Path without Goal: Misconceptions about Enlightenment.
August 8, 2020. My Body is a Temple: Creating a Life of Practice.
July 25, 2020. Cultivating the View that Everything is in Transit: A Consideration of Death in the Spiritual Traditions.
July 11, 2020. There is a Crack in Everything—That’s How the Light Gets In: The Myth of Self-Perfection.
June 27, 2020. What's Love? and What's Love Got to Do With It? The Eternal Questions and the Easy Misunderstandings.
June 13, 2020. Contemplation: Awareness and Presence in Ordinary Life.
May 30, 2020. Deepening Compassion in Times of Uncertainty, Groundlessness, and Fear.
May 16, 2020. The Transformative Power of Guarding One's Speech.
May 2, 2020. You Can’t Change What Is But You Can Learn to Like It.

Other activities to be announced.