Other Events

A Day of Teaching With Sherri Michell

Saturday, September 21, 2019

9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (lunch of soup and bread included)

The Great Hall, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Brunswick, Maine

“Discover ancient, ancestral teachings to heal our collective trauma and reconnect with spiritual source in this workshop with Sherri Mitchell.

Many indigenous ancestral prophecies predicted our present time of upheaval, but they did more than provide a warning. These ancient teachings also provided us with a map, one that can lead us back into alignment with all that truly matters.

Based on the book Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change by Sherri Mitchell, this workshop, which is open to all, creates deep roots for spiritual and social change by fusing traditional indigenous teachings with the foundational laws of the universe.

We examine how the illusion of separation has disconnected us from one another and from the sources of our survival. Through storytelling, talking circles, and a community fire, we journey into an indigenous worldview as a means of healing our collective trauma and reconnecting with spiritual source. Together, we explore core spiritual values, universal expressions of balance, and the four foundations of self-determined societies as guides for social change.

These timeless teachings represent a call to spiritual warriors of all ages and races for direct and wise action now.“

Cost: $60 (includes a simple lunch of soup and bread); scholarship help available (Contact katie@northeastguild.org)

From Guild Associates…

Requiem of Stones by Rick  Wile

Northeast Guild Associate Rick Wile’s novel, Requiem in Stones, has recently been published by Maine Authors Publishing Cooperative. Requiem in Stones details the effects of the death of Tom Jacobs’s daughter Annie on Tom, his new wife, his stepson, and his god. Lee Hope, editor of Solstice: a Magazine of Diverse Voices calls the novel, “a profound archetypal Christian journey of suffering, bottoming out, and redemption.” It is available on Amazon, in local bookstores, and through Rick’s website link: http://richardwile.com.

A New Beginning: Introducing the EcoPsychology Initiative — via Dennis Kiley

The EcoPsychology Initiative (EPI) offers workshops, consultations, and training based on the principles and experiences of nature. We work with the leaders of communities, organizations, businesses and people simply seeking to enrich their life. We offer a path towards doing good and doing well. In a world filled with historic opportunities, challenges, and uncertainty, our programming offers a much-needed model for how to cultivate thriving on all levels of society: people, prosperity, and the planet.

EPI offers:

  • Public and private programming
  • Online & In-person
  • Trainings
  • Consultations
  • Workshops
  • Speaking engagements
  • Retreats

Integrating nature’s principles catalyzes positive growth, leadership and healing.  Our systemic and psychological maps cultivate awareness of where you are and what brought you here, and innovate solutions for where you want to be and how to get there.  Using the natural environment as a guide, we help you better organize, engage and impact your world.

More at https://ecopsychologyinitiative.com/

The Alcyon Center: A Spiritual Life Retreat Center on Mount Desert Island, Maine

The Alcyon Center is a place of contemplation and peace, offering a variety of programs including quiet days, a gathering of women to discuss various topics through poetry, personal experiences (Soul Friends), a monthly quiet day and a weekly study of the Gospel for the coming Sunday.

The center is located in Seal Cove on Mount Desert Island.  For directions please either email office@alcyoncenter.org or call 207.244.1060.

For more directions and other events, call 207.244.1060, emailoffice@alcyoncenter.org, or check the website http://www.alcyoncenter.org.

The Alcyon Center is an experience of being welcomed body, soul and spirit into the life of a small, practicing contemplative community.  The vision for the Center is rooted in a desire for bold and practical ways to meet the spiritual hunger of our times.  We welcome your visit or inquiry.  

— Joan Jordan Grant and Kathryn Booth, directors