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Upcoming Programs

Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 26th August 12noon-1pm

The Brain, the Mind, and Why We Suffer
Wednesday 27th August 12noon - 1pm

Poetry Writing and Your Hero's Journey
Friday 5th September Sep 5, 12, 19, 26 (F), 10:00am - 12 noon

Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 9th September 12noon - 1pm

Dreamwork as a Spiritual Practice
Wednesday 10th September Sept. 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15 (W), 6:00 - 8:00 pm

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Featured Programs & Services

13th Annual McPhee Lecture & Workshop featuring Rabbi Rami Shapiro

Rabbi Rami Shapiro is an award winning author of over two dozen books on religion and spirituality, including The Divine Feminine in Biblical Wisdom Literature and The Sacred Art of LovingKindness. He received rabbinical ordination from the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion, and holds a PhD from Union Graduate School. A congregational rabbi for 20 years, Rabbi Rami currently co-directs One River Wisdom School, writes a regular column for Spirituality & Health magazine called Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler, and hosts the weekly Internet radio show, How to be a Holy Rascal. His newest book is Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent.

"Rabbi Rami Shapiro is one of the wisest and most accessible spiritual teachers of our time--humble, funny, authentic, and deeply grounded in the world's great wisdom traditions."
-Joan Borysenko

The Brain, the Mind, and Why We Suffer
In the hundreds of thousands of years of human evolution, we have been hard-wired with three survival strategies: creating separations, maintaining stability, and approach-avoidance. They have served us well. We continue to survive.
Within these strategies is also, surprisingly, the core of all our suffering. It is here, in this paradox, that the Buddha offers us the means of resolving this apparent conflict.

Kosho McCall