Workshop held in the Upper Room
Workshop: Transcending Grief by Collaborating with the Dead
Thanatologist Cathy Jensen
Author of Finding Aaron, a spiritual practice beyond belief
Sixteenth century Philosopher Michel de Montaigne stated, “Nothing is so firmly believed as that which we least know.” His insight still rings true. When it comes to Western Culture, the belief that nothing can be known about death without dying (if even then) is so firmly entrenched that few people attempt to discover for themselves if there is more to death than dying. This workshop is an opportunity to change that.
Using interactive exercises, workshop participants bring their previously unexamined beliefs about death into conscious awareness. After “unusual personal experiences” have been shared, using a format that involves speaking to only one person at a time and at a fast pace, an investigation into how our beliefs interfere with our ability to understand those experiences begins. The workshop finishes by demonstrating how the use of reason, sense, and intellect to recognize and understand after-death communications is a method of evolving consciousness, i.e., a method of nurturing spiritual growth.
Date and Time: Saturday May 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 in the afternoon. In the Upper Room
Limit of 20 participants.
Fee: $25.00 - With this, each participant makes a donation to Unity and receives a copy of Finding Aaron, a spiritual practice beyond belief. Register by calling 515/410-1765.