Gabriele Uhlein

February 19, March 19, April 16, May 21 2 – 4 pm PDT

The world is “zooming”! E-connecting is a new human “normal”. Can such emergent “presencing” evolve into a spiritual deepening practice? Are we evolving our human capacity for non-local presence at a species level? Drawing on her background in process theology and phenomenology, the reflections of Teilhard de Chardin, and world view of Perennial Wisdom, S. Gabe Uhlein will offer commentary and practice. The sessions are engaging, experiential and designed for mutual discovery and insight. Offered as a series of four monthly explorations, each session is dedicated to a different emergent aspect of our shared e-reality. Join us as you are able, for one session or for all four. Come and explore the possibilities with us.

Series $50
Single Session $15

Gabriele Uhlein, PhD is a Wheaton Franciscan sister deeply influenced by the spirit of Hildegard of Bingen, Francis of Assisi and Teilhard de Chardin. Gabriele’s academic background is in depth psychology and process theology. Her explorations are grounded in incarnation spirituality, evolutionary mysticism, and integral phenomenology. She lives and works at the Christine Center, a woodland sanctuary for sincere seekers of all faith traditions. (www.christinecenter.org) Her most current long-term commitment is the evolution of a Spiritual Eldering Circle anchored at the Christine Center.

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