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Sacred Snapshots - celebrate the spiritual practices of many traditions

April 21, 2012 at 9:00am to 6:00pm

Sacred Snapshots is day-long celebration of the spiritual practices of many traditions where each hour participants can choose to attend experiential workshops featuring diverse spiritual practices, a range of academic lectures, or a worship experience. All workshops are taught by practitioners of different faiths, and lectures are taught by faculty from the Graduate Theological Union.  Area religious organizations will lead worship/practice experiences.

In one day, participants can try anything from drumming, to meditation, to Taize, to sacred dance. They can try poetry as a spiritual practice, chant hymns or mantras, walk a labyrinth, learn about 12-step spirituality, experience lectio divina, and get into movement through yoga or tai chi. As Rumi says: "There are a hundred ways to kneel and kiss the ground."  Come and find your way. 

To be held on PSR campus, 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkekley, CA
Registration starts at 8:30am

Please check back for updated information.

[This outreach event is organized by PSR Office of Institutional Advancement, and Continuing Ed]