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Classics in Religion: Nature as a Spiritual Path

Monday December 10, 2018
11:00 AM until 12:00 PM

Nature as a Spiritual Path, presented by Deb Denome

Most indigenous cultures honored being in good relationship with the Earthly Mother/Creation and some form of Sky Father/Creator. Creation was the path for accessing our Oneness with Creator. 

Many spiritual traditions still honor nature connection as a spiritual path. Often it has been found in more indigenous and mystic paths but is becoming more prevalent as we face personal and environmental crises due to our disconnection from the sacredness of the natural world. 

Join us December 10th to explore some of these traditions and learn practices to remember more of your own spiritual connection to our sweet Earth home, and All That Is.

Come explore a tapestry of rich topics with deeply spiritual threads.  Everyone in invited to attend one or many sessions.  The Classics in Religion program is sponsored by Cobblestone Springs, www.cobblestone-springs.org.

Location: Penn Yan Public Library
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