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All events contribute to a Spiritual Renaissance and can be found online on Zoom here.
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America’s Soul Community Online Events
July 21, 2018, from 12:00-2:00 pm Eastern US time.
Dialogue Question: In What or Whom do I put my trust?
America’s Soul Community gives us a setting in which we can find our own unique way to bring about the future that our hearts desire. Save the dates for future events on 3rd Saturdays: August 18, September 15, October 20, November 17 and December 15.
|America’s Online Soul Community engages participants in deep dialogue, reflection and collaboration to:
Ø Reduce fear, blame, projection and challenge division, racism and oppression
Ø Increase love, inquiry, trust, respect, humility, inclusiveness and connectedness
Ø Foster a just and sustainable America as a partner on the world stage
A Phoenix appeared to Virginia Swain in a dream on 9/11 when she was in NYC during the World Trade Center attacks to invite people into a spiritual renaissance based on the Phoenix message: knit our hearts and minds together during this very divided time. After sitting with the dream in meditation for nearly 17 years, Virginia leads others to heal the divides in America and to inquire into the nature of America’s relation to the rest of the world through Reconciliation Leadership and the ways in which we can contribute to the global commons through the Global Mediation and Reconciliation Service.
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Book Talks: My Soul’s Journey to Redefine Leadership: A New Phoenix Rises from the Ashes of 9/11 (Xlibris 2017)
- All Saints Church, Sunday, August 19, 2018, 9:00-10:00 am
- Worcester Senior Center, September 13, 2018 10-11 am
Read foreword by Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury at http://virginiaswain.com/new-book/foreword/.
The story of an ordinary woman with extraordinary experiences, Virginia Swain’s soul journey takes her from the devastating loss of her brother to moments of peace, visions of a new future, and after a harrowing day in New York City on September 11, a vivid dream of a phoenix rising from the city’s ashes, calling her to a new definition of leadership — one of empowerment, reconciliation and peace. Learn more at http://virginiaswain.com/new-book/. Buy the book at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple, Google, and Kobo. Phoenix is a Spiritual Memoir with journal pages for readers to answer end-chapter questions as a beginning to their own spiritual memoir. Her previous memoir, A Mantle of Roses: A Woman’s Journey Home to Peace is also available through Amazon.com.
Fall United Nations Events RSVP below.
Both events tuition is $295 including transportation to and from New England and lunch
Wednesday, September 5, 2018 Global Movement for a Culture of Peace High Level Meeting
Thursday, November 8, 2018 Meeting with the Global Compact with John O’Hurley: New Visions for Business
Exploring our Global Soul June 16 with the Diversity and Spirituality Network, 11:30-1:00
The topic for last month’s America’s Soul Community in collaboration with the Diversity and Spirituality Network Exploration is Exploring the Global Soul. We begin with three interrelated premises: that the world (or Gaia), is a living being; that this being evolves and is illuminated with consciousness; and that individual beings within Gaia’s domain can align with and support her continual transformation. After examining these premises, we’ll then explore their implications, for ourselves, the people with whom we interact, and the nations in which we live. For more information, go to A Spiritual Renaissance for our Global Soul
“Restoring Faith in Myself” Worcester Art Museum Exhibition Opening with Virginia Swain’s Phoenix Thursday, May 24, 4:00-6:00 pm
Restoring Faith in America: My Soul’s Journey to Redefine Leadership: A Phoenix Rises from the Ashes of 9/11 for Memorial Day Reflection, Sunday, May 27, 2018, 10:00-11:15 am.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Worcester Reflection,
90 Holden Street, Worcester