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Join the French Pilgrimage

Join the French Pilgrimage Paris is a magnificent city filled with art, architecture, delicious food, and a quieter way of living. We have much to learn from the history seeped in Paris’ rich culture. Seton Cove invites you to join us as we experience Paris, not as tourists, but as pilgrims—fully opening ourselves to…
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Why You’re Privileged to Learn from Rabbi Rami Shapiro

Why You’re Privileged to Learn from Rabbi Rami Shapiro Rabbi Rami Shapiro is one of the facilitators of the Mystic Heart Wisdom School, a powerful year-long course offered at Seton Cove. If you’ve never sat under Rabbi Rami’s teaching and leadership, you don’t want to miss an opportunity to do so. We’re honored to have his wisdom on our…
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You’re Not Too Busy To Sit Still

You’re Not Too Busy To Sit Still There is a meme circling the internet with a woman, hands pressed against her temples, eyes focused, yet tired, the muscles of her jaw tight—she is clearly overwhelmed. The text above her face reads: “I’m so stressed that relaxing makes me more stressed because I’m not working on what’s making…
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A Community as Strong as its Leadership

A Community as Strong as its Leadership Meet Patricia Speier, Seton Cove’s Executive Director, visionary, teacher, and spiritual director that takes our programming to the next level. She facilitates the Mystic Heart Wisdom School and shares her passion for spiritual development and ethical leadership with all members of the Seton Cove community. If you want to learn…
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The Hustle is Hurting

The Hustle is Hurting There’s a trend in our culture right now, a word that is worshipped, a way of life that is embraced—hustle. We use it to describe those who are hard-working, who have created a name for themselves or developed a business and a brand out of nothing. If you don’t hustle,…
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Why A Sangha Community Matters

Why A Sangha Community Matters A young student of Buddhism is recorded as having a conversation with the great Tibetan teacher, Trungpa Rinpoche. Trungpa reportedly said something like, “To practice is to walk the path between hope and despair, straight into the face of uncertainty.” He was not simply suggesting that there’s no solace in…
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A Loving Heart is Not a Weakness

A Loving Heart is Not a Weakness Spend some time with the People of Heart; In their presence, you’ll find a heart too. If you thirst for the beauty of the eternal Beloved, where might you look? Since your heart is a mirror, Take a look there.  – ‘Abd al-Rahman Jami I found this wonderful little poem…
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Are You Truly Right?

Are You Truly Right? Recently I heard from someone who trains lawyers in how to evaluate potential jurors that a key question for attorneys to ask prospective jurors is “Do you have any bumper stickers on your car?” If the individual answers in the affirmative, then according to this procedure, that is reason enough…
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Becoming in 2019

Becoming in 2019 “What can we do? We can become a sign. Whatever happens, become a sign of joy and a fountain of divine love.” –Bede Griffiths, OSB As the new year is quickly approaching, it seems like it wasn’t all that long ago when we had this year’s resolutions on our mind.
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