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Geography of Grace 2.0

By September 30, 2019No Comments

The Geography of Grace curriculum was developed by the Center for Courage and Renewal. Melissa Ebken and Molly Grisham are both trained facilitators of this curriculum. We are offering a 5-hour session in Creve Coeur on November 2nd called “Night Sky.”

We will use various materials and methods to invite participants to listen to how their own inner teacher is guiding them. The curriculum will utilize the “Circles of Trust” approach to provide a safe and confidential environment for sharing. All that is shared is by invitation rather than demand, which will provide participants the freedom to grow in their own ways. Drawing upon the work of Parker Palmer, Geography of Grace provides an opportunity to heal whatever brokenness we experience through finding a hidden wholeness within. For more information about this approach –

Who should attend?

Those who have experienced a Geography of Grace event and would like another opportunity to experience the richness this provides are invited to attend.

What can I expect?

Our process will be both creative and Introspective while we explore how to live out of a place of courage and wholeness. You will experience a sense of community and mutual support while we seek to be fully present with others in such a way that we listen deeply to our own inner voice and give space for others to find and listen to theirs. This will be a familiar process to those who have experienced a Geography of Grace event drawing upon the “Circles of Trust” approach.

The theme for this event is “The Night Sky.” We will use poems and readings to draw back the layers to our souls.

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