Harmony – perhaps the greatest communal work of this century

As I write, I am headed to Melbourne where I will address various communities throughout Victoria this May. A highlight will be speaking at the Harmony Festival in Warburton with folk like Andrew Harvey and David Tacey among others. Harmony – I see – as the great requisite communal work of this century. And we are just beginning to learn what “harmony” will require. As part of the festival I will be naming how I see the work and inviting various audiences to join me in its exploration. The dates 16-18 May.

On the eve of the Festival, I will take part what we hope is a dialogue that might move toward healing between Christians and Pagans.We realize this is treacherous ground as millions have been killed over the centuries by misunderstanding and fear of the other.

On Friday, I will present a long workshop on “The Dark Mother” – helping us explore the movements of Quadratos through the myth of Inanna. On Saturday morning, I move into my signature work – presenting the Four Mystical Paths of The Christ. Finally Sunday afternoon finds me in a panel discussion.

Join me and many others in this festival of exploration: www.warburtonharmonyfestival.com

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