- What does it mean to live in the sacred space where our unique gifts meet the world’s needs?
- How do spiritual practices ignite the fires of justice and love within our innermost beings?
- In a world that seems to be falling apart at the seams, how do we determine the best use of our gifts and talents and energy?
- What does the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible look like, feel like, sound like?
- How do we respond rather than react to the pain of the world?
Join Vania Kent for an interactive conversation around sacred activism. This time together will include storytelling, meditation, journaling and heartfelt sharing. Come explore your spirit and gifts and realize your potential for sharing those with the world.
Saturday, July 29th, 9:00 am – 1:30 pm
Hosted by Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation
$15 (includes light morning snack) – scholarships available
Vania is a yogi, contemplative, and writer exploring the intersection of yoga new monasticism, feminism, and social change. She is a co-founder and co-director of Samdhana-Karana Yoga, a nonprofit healing arts center, and has over 1,000 hours of teaching experience focused on under-served populations for whom yoga is not readily accessible. She is also the spiritual director for Hab Community an ecumenical and inter-spiritual new monastic community which offers formation in radical spirituality and sacred activism.