BioSpiritual Focusing: Praying with the Whole Self – via ZOOM

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Friday, August 28 | 7:00 p.m.-9 p.m. and Saturday, August 29 | 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Presenters Deborah Sheehan, M.A. and Jane King, M.A.

“God looked at everything God had made and found it very good.” (Gen. 1:31)
BioSpiritual Focusing is a way of opening the whole of ourselves–mind, body, and spirit–to a deeper connectedness with God, others, and self. Join us to learn more about how gently being with what is present within your embodied self can open the door to a deeper story and to a great sense of wholeness. This practice is simple yet profound, and can be helpful for anyone. It requires no more than showing up and a willingness to engage contemplatively with what is going on within. The potential for transformation and growth unfold in the process.
Included will be a basic introduction to BioSpiritual Focusing, featuring presentation, experiential reflection, and an opportunity for sharing during the Saturday morning online session.
Presenters Deborah Sheehan, M.A., and Jane King, M.A., are experienced spiritual directors and retreat leaders. Both are adjunct lecturers in the Creighton University Christian Spirituality Program. They have been practicing and teaching BioSpiritual Focusing for many years.
Fee: $40. Once we have received your registration, we will send confirmation and an invoice via email.

Register by clicking below  or call 913.360.6173.