A Mystic Call: The Second Annual Gathering of Friendly Mystics

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A Mystic Call: The Second Annual Gathering of Friendly Mystics

Time: 6th mo. 6, 2014 at 5pm to 6th mo. 10, 2014 at 1pm
Location: Earlham College
City/Town: Richmond, Indiana
Website or Map: http://www.whatcanstthousay.o…
Event Type: gathering, spiritual, sharing, worship, discovery
Organized By: The editors of "What Canst Thou Say?"
Latest Activity: 4th month 17, 2014

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We invite Friends who have had mystical experience to gather for a weekend (6/6 - 6/8) or from Friday through Tuesday (6/6 - 6/10).

From Friday evening to Sunday noon our time will be composed of interpersonal sharing and support. We will discuss our spiritual journeys, attend participant-led interest groups, socialize and worship together.

From Sunday afternoon until Tuesday noon, we will hold a "working session." We are calling mystics to  respond to a leading to “name the spiritual condition of the world.” This year we will focus on our own spiritual condition and that of our religious communities. Our means for discovery is worship sharing and communal worship.


Registration ends May 1, 2014.

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