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Subtle Activism: An Interview with David Spangler (Part 1)

Interview By Annabel Chiarelli ANNABEL: A popular stance in subtle activism work is that of the “spiritual warrior battling against dark forces.” You have cautioned against this, and I’d like to hear your thoughts about why it’s so important not to fall into that trap, as well as your thoughts on the nature of “dark” Read more…

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Discovering Presence – A Lorian Discovery Class

One-week online class June 11 – 17, 2017   CLASS DESCRIPTION There is a well-known saying – The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. This week-long discovery explores the understanding that our embodied life is comprised of several elements –  a personal self, a transpersonal self, a human self and a world Read more…

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Free June Teleclass

A Time for Gaia Free Tele-lecture by David Spangler Thursday, June 1st, 2017 5 pm PT In 1979, British scientist James Lovelock published his now-classic book, Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth. In it, he laid out his evidence for viewing the planet itself as a living organism, whom he called Gaia after the 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.