|with Kimberly Beyer-Nelson|
He was a Dominican priest, a man of the turbulent Middle Ages &mdasgl bound by the theological expectations of the Church, yet with a heart as wide open as the sky.
He has been called a bridge between Eastern and Western mysticism, the man from whom God hid nothing.
Zen masters have claimed he was enlightened, and the modern Christian can only marvel at the radical nature of his monotheism.
Come and meet Meister Eckhardt — through his own words — and learn why he prayed so fervently these words:
“God save me from my idea of god.”
|Date:||Monday, April 15||
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|Time:||7:00 – 9:00 pm|
17832 Division Ave.
Suquamish, WA 98392
|(No one will be turned away for lack of funds)|
holds a master’s degree in comparative religion and has been a meditation, qigong and yoga instructor for twenty years.
Her non-fiction books include: Easing into the Bhagavad Gita and Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras; A Little Book of Wholeness and Prayer: An Eight Week Meditation Companion, and At Matthew’s Knee: A Poetic Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew.
She is currently working on a book of poetic meditations around the many names of God, as well as a work that explores the Vedantic tones present in the Gospel of Thomas.
For more information: Call (360) 598-4434.