Do you hear it the Voice calling, "Please come close"? Explore the original scripture meditation series created by Convergence for the Spiritual Collectives.
On Calling Ep. 3: Please Come Close
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2326h-1387c84 You are invited to pause, breathe deep and listen for the still, small voice. WEEK 1: Please Come Close. We live our lives longing to hear this voice and to respond like lovers. This original scripture meditation series is an exploration of the nature of "call." It was created by Convergence for our … Continue reading On Calling Ep. 3: Please Come Close
On Calling Wk. 2: “Let There Be.” And There Was!
"Let There Be." And There Was! Explore the original scripture meditation series created by Convergence for the Spiritual Collectives.
On Calling Wk. 1: Is Your Heart Restless?
Is Your Heart Restless? Explore the original scripture meditation series created by Convergence for the Spiritual Collectives.
When we witness great improvisation, we're floored. Somehow the performer magically knows what to say, what notes to play, what gestures come next! They leave us spellbound because (seemingly) out of nothing comes something special. But great improvisers are not working from nothing. They have clearly defined structures and frameworks within which to work. They … Continue reading Improvised Liturgy
Meditating on Holy Art w/Peter Brook
What if holy art is an aid to all people at all times to help them in their "life's work" to "comprehend the visibility of the invisible."
Science Says Spirituality is Good for Your Health
The health benefits of a spiritual life outweigh the health benefits of not eating fat or sugar. Spirituality positively affects physical health, mental health, quality of relationships—even your GPA in college. I don’t know of anything I could eat that would do so much!Psychologist Dr. Lisa Miller, best-selling author and founder of Columbia University’s Spirituality … Continue reading Science Says Spirituality is Good for Your Health
Convergence Spotlight: Ronya Dones
Ronya Dones is Convergence's first "Virtual Artist in Residence." As an artist and teacher, Ronya examines human flourishing with child-like curiosity and modern sophistication. She has developed innovative spiritual, social-emotional and arts-based programming for individuals, families, schools, museums, libraries, rehabilitation centers, therapists, churches, community and social service agencies.
Convergence Spotlight: Karen Swenholt
Sculptor, Karen Swenholt is our first in the Convergence Spotlight Video Series. Karen is a figurative sculptor who lives and works in Northern Virginia. She is currently Artist in Residence at Convergence in Alexandria, Virginia where her studio is located. Her large-scale sculptures are on view in the Convergence Sculpture Garden.
It's easy to mistakenly think that My Life is over here (on the left side of the page) - made up of all those little dots - and God is somewhere "out there." When I do that, my center is constantly shifting as the little dots vie for attention and urgency. In that state of … Continue reading Yeah…But How?