Workshop with Thomas McConkie
Saturday, March 24th
Mormonism is a tradition replete with big ideas. Matter and Spirit come together to make possible a fullness of joy. Humans are capable of eternal progression and divinization. A Zion community gathers as a mystical body of “one heart and one mind,” to name only a few.
To believe on these possibilities is one thing. But what about a grounded praxis that allows us to more fully enjoy the richness of these possibilities here and now? What practices–ancient and modern–might help us live into these potentials within the messiness of our ordinary lives?
Join us in this exploration in Washington D.C., March 24th, where we will engage in embodied practice involving mindfulness, contemplation, and practices grounded in cutting edge research in the field of human development. Ultimately, we will ask the question, “How do we take these big ideas and make them real in the world?”
At this workshop, you will learn to:
•Access profound rest and Oneness through the physical body
•Apply universal principles of mindfulness and contemplation to personal growth
•Understand key developmental patterns in your evolving spiritual life
•Sustain a thoroughly earthy, grounded spiritual practice that eschews abstractions
•Connect to a deeper and abiding joy
Date: Saturday, March 24th
Location: The Prince Home. Details to be announced privately prior to the workshop.
*This workshop is offered by Lower Lights School of Wisdom, a nonprofit organization based in Salt Lake City, Utah.
*Spots are limited. Reserve your spot by registering below
Lower Lights’ Mission:
To support the flourishing of your greatest gifts and offering to the world through transformative practices and vibrant community.