Online programs are held on Louisville, Kentucky time (Eastern Daylight or EDT) and will be conducted on IPP's Zoom Video Conferencing unless otherwise noted. No password is needed for FREE programs.
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/9847872987
Emergence: A Soul-Crafting Community
February 3 - April 14, 2022 | Thursdays 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Cost: $240 (partial scholarships available) | 15 participant limit
In-person sessions (Louisville, Kentucky)
If interested, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergence is an 11-week small-group community experience designed to explore the essential practices of the inner journey, including: the Enneagram, dream and shadow work, archetypes, Internal Family Systems (IFS), family genograms and constellations, and Active Imagination and Big Heart-Big Mind. These practices are taught and shared within a community of support where individual wisdom is cultivated and shared for collective transformation. Jud Hendrix, the Executive Director of Interfaith Paths to Peace, has been facilitating Emergence groups and teaching integrative practices for over 20 years.
** Participants will be required to be vaccinated **
Contact email@example.com for registration and location details.
Inner Peace for Challenging Times
Community-Wide Jewish Meditation Gathering
Gather with Jewish communities from around the country to experience inner spaciousness and healing in these difficult times! 40-minute sessions include transformational teachings, Hebrew chanting, and deep silence, led by Reb Brian Yosef Schachter-Brooks from Torah of Awakening.
Monday, February 14
Second Mondays of the Month, 40 Minutes
PT: 6:00 pm, MT: 7:00 pm, CT: 8:00, ET: 9:00 pm
Register and Join Zoom
In Partnership with:
ALEPH Alliance Jewish Renewal (National) | Beit Ahavah (Northampton, MA) | Congregation Bet Shalom (Tucson, AZ) | Congregation Sons of Israel (Nyack, NY) | Havurah Shir Hadash (Ashland, OR) | Interfaith Paths to Peace (Louisville, KY) | Joliet Jewish Congregation (Joliet, IL) | Kol HaEmek (Mendocino County, CA) | Kol Israel Congregation (Louisville, KY) | Urban Adamah (Berkeley, CA)
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