Eremos Summer Interlude: Annie Spade on Being Present to our Oneness
July 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CDT
Summer Interludes – A Virtual Series Via Zoom
Eremos invites you to step back from daily distractions and the stresses of life for an hour to experience our Summer Interlude Series. Each facilitator will share a practice, wisdom, or an experience based upon what’s unfolding in their lives right now (in honor of our 2021 theme: Unfolding: Being Present to Life).
Let this time of being in virtual community with like-hearted souls inspire and nourish you in body, mind, and spirit.
WEDNESDAYS: JULY 28TH, AUGUST 11TH AND AUGUST 25TH
Noon to 1:00pm CDST
Virtually (via Zoom)
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Join us for as many as you can. We look forward to being with you!
Annie Spade on Being Present to our Oneness
Using the Whole Body Mystical Awakening Practice by Luke Healy and Thich Nhat Hahn’s wisdom on InterBeing, Annie invites us into a knowing sense of our oneness with all of nature, one another, and God.
Rev. Doug Fritzsche on Apocalypse
Revealing the 7 most intense challenges facing us now, Doug will then shift our awareness into the real hope of the apocalypse: the bringing of the new.
Cheryl Pallant on Somatic Writing
Sensing and writing from the body for insight, healing, and creativity.
About Our Presenters
Annie Spade is the Founder-Director of Montessori School of the Epiphany in Austin. In addition to her passion for children and their education, Annie facilitates programs on Gender Reconciliation, is an avid amateur naturalist, administrates the Teilhard de Chardin Facebook page, and is an active member of Unity Earth: a network of organizations honoring the diversity of the human family and promoting healing for the Earth and all of her inhabitants.
Doug Fritzsche, MDiv.
Doug Fritzsche, MDiv. is a Spiritual Director and retired Presbyterian Pastor. Prior to becoming a pastor, he had a previous career as a business owner and as a photojournalist. Before moving to Austin, he spent the largest part of his life in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Brooks Kasson has been having fun for years with many media - photo, watercolor, pen & ink, collage, storytelling and improv, drumming, crocheting, poetry and writing. Not only does she enjoy mixing them up, creating new modalities of expression, she even more loves supporting others in their unique ways of expressing. Using kindness as a groundcloth, she's interested in all levels of imagination. She has been facilitating heartfelt groups for years and is adept at creating safe and sacred space.