Two one-day events plus Democracy study series in March!
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Single-Day Events + Parker Palmer Series

Even though time is supposed to be the thing that keeps everything from happening all at once, we're starting to wonder about that. Since the start of a new year, Center for Spiritual Wisdom has been scrambling to keep up with all the wise people and insightful teachings we want to offer for the sake of spiritual wellness.

In this newsletter, you'll find information about 2 one-day events and 1 book study / discussion series we've organized for all who are interested. 

Although we did not set out to do so, all 3 of these events revolve around books and the authors who wrote them. Even in the digital age, books remain a wonderful way to impart wisdom and spiritual practices for the sake of transformation. If you take a brief moment to consider these offerings, I bet there will be at least one that appeals to you. And please remember to invite a friend or neighbor — the spiritual journey is shorter if you don't travel it alone!

Healing the Heart
of Democracy Series

starts Thurs., March 30
at Brevard College
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

John Fenner, a member of Parker Palmer's staff at the Center for Courage and Renewal, will speak on March 30 at 6:00 p.m. about the Five Habits of the Heart commended by Palmer to renew and revitalize our Democracy.

On the following eight Thursday evenings from 6 to 8, participants will gather at Brevard College for in-depth discussions of Palmer's book and the implications for our community, our spiritual well-being, and the life of the world. This series is co-sponsored by Center for Spiritual Wisdom and 
Brevard College’s Office of Spiritual and Religious Life. Further details will be appear soon at the Center's web site and The Transylvania Times.

Wisdom from
Julian of Norwich

'Between God and the soul,
there is no between.'


En-ONE-Ment Retreat
April 15 at Elk Haven

Join Amazon bestselling author Randy Siegel on Saturday, April 15 at Elk Haven Wellness Center for a full-day workshop.

Within each of us is a deep longing to transcend our feelings of separateness and feel a part of the whole. In this fast-paced, all-day retreat, we’ll explore seven selves and three psycho-spiritual paths that bring us into closer union with ourselves, others, the natural world, and the divine. Through dialog, journaling, group and individual exercises, participants will determine those paths most relevant to their lives now, as well as, consider a personal spiritual practice to assist them on their journey to

The workshop will begin at 9:00 a.m., include a light lunch, and end at 4:30 p.m. A copy of Siegel's book, lunch, and all materials are included for $75.00. Further details and online registrations will be available HERE.


Blessed at the Broken Places
Tuesday, March 14 - 6:15 pm
Elk Haven Wellness Center

Join us for a special presentation by Marshall Jenkins, author of Blessed at the Broken Places: Reclaiming Faith and Purpose with the Beatitudes.

Dr. Jenkins is a psychotherapist, spiritual director, blogger and author of this excellent new book. His 90-minute presentation is free and open to the public! Visit the Center's web site for further details.

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