Cultivating A Soul Centric City: Co-Creating a Uniquely Louisville Area Path, Practices, and Practitioners for Integral Human Development from Cradle to Grave.
The purpose of this 2 year initiative is to co-design and co-develop rich environments to support and facilitate human development from cradle to grave. Together we will uncover, highlight and support our community’s resources for whole-person development (body, mind, soul, and spirit) so that each person knows they belong, has what they need at each life stage and stage of development in order to actualize their full potential and embody their unique role in our collective becoming. The project is in service to cultivating wholeness within individuals and the wider community and shifting (heightening, expanding, and deepening) our individual and collective stages of consciousness.
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WATCH FOR MORE PILGRIMAGES IN FALL 2022!
A Contemplative Journey Through Sacred Spaces
Sundays 5:00 - 6:30 PM | Free Registration
Often the difference between a simple walk and a pilgrimage is the intention and attention of the walker. If we will listen deeply the ordinary can become extraordinary. Join us as we take contemplative walks through our diverse neighborhoods.
July 31, 2022 - Crescent Hill
August 7, 2022 - Germantown
August 14, 2022 - Portland
August 21, 2022 - Old Louisville
Register for 1, 2, 3 or all 4 pilgrimages. After your registration we will email more details and meeting locations. Note: Routes and paths through the neighborhoods will be sensitive to those with mobility restrictions. Interested in hosting a pilgrimage in your neighborhood? Email Jud Hendrix at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
No Registration Required | Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/9847872987
Join us as we co-create a uniquely Louisville-area path, practices, and practitioners for integral human development from cradle to grave. Programs will be over Facebook Live and recorded. All programs are free but donations are welcome.
JUNE 2022 PROGRAMS
In June we focus on young adults (ages 18-24). Both the developmental tasks and the current cultural context makes for a challenging time to be young adulting. That is why Cultivating A Soul Centric City is taking the month of June to better understand the young adult years and how to provide appropriate support for their development.
JUNE 7 - *Special Soul Crafting Edition* From Summer Vacation to Sacred Pilgrimage: Transforming the Secular into the Sacred
JUNE 14 - Show Me Your Tattoo: Body Art and Meaning Making
JUNE 21 - Learning to Love Liminality: Supporting The Journey of Young Adults
MAY 2022 PROGRAMS
In May we turn our focus to teenagers, asking the question "What do young adults in our community need to thrive?"
MAY 10 - Reclaiming Rights of Passage and Coming of Age Celebrations: A Panel Conversation
MAY 17 - Spirituality and Education: A Wholistic Curriculum to Cultivate Awakened Schools
MAY 24 - Youth Workers Summit: Harvesting Our Collective Wisdom
APRIL 2022 PROGRAMS
In April we will learn about Stage 2: The Explorer in the Garden (middle childhood) 5 to 11, Elementary school. If you have a child this age, or work with children and families join us!
APR 5 - No program (spring break)
APR 12 - Cultivating Environments For Thriving Children: A Panel Conversation of Experts and Organizational Leaders
APR 19 - Nurturing the Mythic and Religious Imagination of Children: A Panel Conversation with Local Religious Educators
APR 26 - Why Religious and Mythic Imagination is so Important for Children’s Development: A Conversation with Dr. Brad Wigger and Jud Hendrix
APR 14, 21 & 28 - Special Series with Japa Buckner and Jud Hendrix: Cultivating A Soulful Image of Your Child (Workshops For Parents and Care Givers)
MARCH 2022 PROGRAMS
In March we will explore the first stage of childhood, birth to five years old, of Bill Plotkins’ Soul Centric Developmental Wheel, uplifting Louisville’s resources for healthy human development.
MAR 1 - Introduction and Resource Mapping - What are Louisville’s resources for nurturing and caring for young children and families?
MAR 8 - Birth Doulas and Midwives: A Panel Discussion with Louisville Practitioners
MAR 15 - Naming and Claiming Rituals and Celebrations: An Interfaith/Intercultural Panel Conversation
MAR 28 (Monday) - Faith and Fathering
FEBRUARY 2022 PROGRAMS
FEB 1 - Neo and Wonder Women: Exploring the Hero and Heroines Journey
FEB 8 - Tending the Spirit: A Conversation with Local Spiritual Directors
FEB 15 - Perspectives on the Soul: An Inter-Wisdom Panel of Religious and Spiritual Leaders
FEB 22 - Soulful Places and Spaces: A Conversation with local Soul Crafting Organizations
Monthly on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday | 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Location: TEN20 Craft Brewery, 1020 E. Washington St. Louisville, KY 40206
Soul Centric City invites you to join us for an informal in-person gathering as we review the work of pertinent thinkers related to the monthly topic. No registration required.
MAR 8, 2022 - For Small Creatures Such As We: Rituals For Finding Meaning in Our Unlikely World, by Sasha Sagan (Review by Cathy Berkey)
MAR 22, 2022 - Magical Child, by Joseph Chilton Pearce
FEB 8, 2022 - Nature and The Human Soul: Cultivating Wholeness and Community in a Fragmented World, by Bill Plotkin
FEB 22, 2022 - Soul's Code: In Search of Character and Calling by James Hillman
Tuesday Evenings 6:30 - 8:00 PM | Free, No Registration Required
Location: TEN20 Craft Brewery 1020 E. Washington St. Louisville, KY 40206
MAY 2022 SERIES: The Care of Soul: Reflections on the Work of Thomas Moore
Join Jud Hendrix and friends for engaging conversation on the works of Thomas Moore. Thomas Moore is the author of the number one New York Times bestseller Care of the Soul. He has written twenty-four other books about bringing soul to personal life and culture, deepening spirituality, humanizing medicine, finding meaningful work, imagining sexuality with soul and doing religion in a fresh way. In his youth he was a Catholic monk and studied music composition. He has a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Syracuse University and was a university professor for a number of years. He is also a psychotherapist influenced mainly by C. G. Jung and James Hillman. In his work he brings together spirituality, mythology, depth psychology and the arts, emphasizing the importance of images and imagination.
MAY 10 - Care of the Soul: A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life
MAY 17 - Soul Mates: Honoring the Mysteries of Love Relationships
MAY 24 - The Soul of Sex: Cultivating Life as an Act of Love
MAY 31 - Cultivating A religion of your own: A Guide to Creating a Personal Spirituality in a Secular World
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