Web-Weaving: Pre-Launch Study Series for Spirituality in the 21st Century at Prairiewoods

  • Details

  • 1/31/23
  • 4 p.m. to 5p.m. -
  • $10 – $50
  • All Ages
  • Categories

  • Educational

Event Description

Together, let's begin tilling the soil and rooting ourselves for Spirituality in the 21st Century 2023 with Jeremy Lent (coming April 28–29, 2023). We will begin with the six parts of Jeremy's book The Web of Meaning. Six essential questions for the wider “We” include: Who Am I? Where Am I? What Am I? How Should I Live? Why Am I?  and Where Are We Going? These are six essential questions for the spiritual sojourner embedded in the great web of life. Jeremy's work in Liology, a world-view for sustainable flourishing, will help us tap into the web of meaning with our full sensorium, with an eye toward integration and wholeness. Living in the midst of post-humanism and the technological mayhem of constant (superficial and mis-) information overload, this series will challenge all of us to delve deeper, opening us to the questions that matter for the "We" we're becoming. We are seeking communal wisdom to help prepare for the Spirituality in the 21st Century event in April by hosting these critical conversations. This is a six-part series (Jan. 10, Jan. 17, Jan. 24, Jan. 31, Feb. 7 and Feb. 21) at Prairiewoods (120 East Boyson Road in Hiawatha) with facilitators Ellen Bruckner and Laura A. Weber, Ph.D., cohosts of Prairiewoods’ Go Deeper Thursdays. This is an invitation to come together and explore together the topics that define us. We welcome your participation, either for one or two sessions or for all of them. You may find Jeremy’s book The Web of Meaning helpful in these conversations. (Copies are available at Prairiewoods or online.) You also may want to visit his website (https://www.jeremylent.com/) or watch this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Zjr2hAIYGE&t=326s) for background information. The cost is $10 per session, or $50 for the six-session series. For more information or to register, contact Prairiewoods at www.Prairiewoods.org or 319-395-6700.