Spiritual Ecology Class LP

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Spiritual Ecology

An Online Class with Rev. Gregory Toole

Three consecutive Thursdays beginning November 2

5:30 pm Pacific / 6:30 Mountain / 7:30 Central / 8:30 Eastern

Each session is 1 1/2 hours in duration
Workbooks included for each session.
All sessions recorded so you don’t have to miss any.

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Only $59.95 for all three sessions.

(partial scholarships available – email info@gregorytoole.com)

Monthly Members: This is included with your membership.
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Spiritual Ecology has been defined as “A developing field that joins ecology and environmentalism with the awareness of the sacred within creation. Central to Spiritual Ecology is an understanding of the interdependence and living unity of the ecosystem.”

Gregory Toole: “My inspiration to teach a class on Spiritual Ecology is to tap into what the messages are from our natural environment about our own lives. This class will support participants in coming into alignment with the natural flow of their own lives to create greater fulfillment in all areas of life, including money, relationships, health, and spiritual contentment, all while living in harmony with our natural environment.”

Thich Nhat Hanh: “Whether we can wake up or not depends on whether we can walk mindfully on our Mother Earth. The future of all life, including our own, depends on our mindful steps. We have to hear the bells of mindfulness that are sounding all across our planet.”


About Rev. Gregory Toole

Gregory Toole is Spiritual Director of Somseva whose mission is to inspire authentic, compassionate relationships through spiritual education, tools, and practice that promote peacemaking and conscious action. ForLinkedIn_WarnkeGregoryToole20140509-IMG_6270

 

He is an ordained minister with Centers for Spiritual Living, whose vision is revealing a world that works for everyone.

Gregory lives in beautiful Boulder, Colorado where sustainability is highly valued, including large amounts of open space being preserved. He spends much time in nature on the hiking trails of Colorado, listening in to the voice of Mother Nature.

He lives a simple life of joy, without indulging in the consumerism that can distract us personally and adversely impact the planet.

Gregory has taught thousands of students, through his talks, blogs, and classes, to enjoy lives of mindfulness and reverence for all beings and our Mother Earth.

In this class, Gregory invites us into a deeper awareness of the interdependence of all life, an expanded sense of how our destinies as humans, plants, animals, and the earth itself are intertwined. He shows us how what the planet is needing right now is also what we ourselves are needing, a deeper sense of the sacred and of the wholeness that innately exists, without the need to continuously grasp for things outside ourselves.

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