53 Mill Street, Westfield, MA 01085 • 413.562.3627
Event:**ON SITE** PSYCHOLOGY AND SPIRITUALITY OF THOMAS KEATING: CALL TO CONTEMPLATIVE LIVING
Date:July 19th-23rd, 2021.

Begins with 6 p.m. supper on Monday, July 19, and ends with brunch on Friday, July 23

 

This week’s retreat will be a guided process of talks, centering prayer experiences, Jungian insights into the true and false selves and time for prayer and reflection. These days will integrate the spiritual, and psychological for contemplative living in the beauty and quiet of Genesis retreat center. This silent time will feed the mind, soul and spirit of the retreatant to return to our lives refreshed and renewed.

Cost: $490. Deposit $150. On site with private room and three meals per day, prepared with love and farm fresh ingredients. You will have access to the contemplative spaces at Genesis, our library, fitness room, and the Providence Arboretum.  During your stay, you may also register for our Health and Wellness offerings, including yoga, meditation and massage. 

 

 

Facilitator:  Br. Don Bisson, FMS

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Br. Don Bisson, FMS is, first and foremost, a spiritual director and is widely respected as a specialist in the training, formation and supervision of spiritual directors. A Marist brother based in Esopus, New York, he has graduate degrees in liturgy, spirituality, and transpersonal psychology, and earned his Doctor of Ministry at the Pacific School of Religion specializing in Spiritual Direction and Jungian Psychology.  With more than 90 live audio recordings available, Brother Bisson is internationally recognized for his lectures, workshops, and retreats on the interrelationship of Christian spirituality and Jungian psychology.

 




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Do What I Can
If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain: If I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain,
Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain.
— Emily Dickinson