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Shine Through All Time – An Image for the Equinox

By Deborah Koff-Chapin One of the joys of my creative life is to share my Touch Drawings online for the solstice and equinox, and at other moments that I feel call forth an image. Because I have an enormous archive to choose from, it is a somewhat intuitive process to choose an image that feels aligned with Read more…

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Me and My Shadow

By Mary Reddy I once was wildly attracted to a man who was my teacher. But I resisted acting on the longing this man stirred in me. Because he reminded me so much of everything I had loved about my brothers—mind you, I had spent years running from men who carried the same qualities as Read more…

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Conditions of Sun and Shadow

By Freya Secrest Knowing of my interest in trees and nature, a friend gave me a lovely book this Christmas, The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohllenben. In it Wohllenben shares his experience in forestry, and as a manager of an ecologically friendly woodland in Hummel, Germany. His stories illuminate the lives of trees and Read more…

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Master Theses Library

From 2008 – 2011 The Lorian Center for Incarnational Spirituality offered two master’s Degree options, a Masters in Contemporary Spirituality and a Masters in Spiritual Direction. MCS Students were involved in a two year program of study in Incarnational Spirituality and its principles followed by one year of individualized focus on their thesis topic area. MSD students completed an additional year of training in Inter-spiritual Spiritual Direction which was followed by their thesis writing year. Although Master’s Degree options are not active at this time, the work done by this initial group of students opened new doors for exploring incarnational thought and application.