12. – 14.6.2020
Our world is in chaos. Our systems are failing us. We feel divided and lost.
Will we remain divided and lost? Or will we come together and work to repair ourselves and our systems?
We are not the first humans to go through this experience—the Bible describes it in its first story: Woman against man, beast against woman, brother against brother, mankind against God, God against mankind.
A naked man and woman, a talking snake, magical trees, a God who forbids us knowledge. For no apparent reason this God prefers one sibling to another, starting a rivalry so disastrous it ends in murder…then decides to annihilate the species he made in his own image, but allows a tiny remnant of humanity to survive. Why?
Before even our beginnings, we are told God looked into Torah and created the world. What are these ancient stories trying to tell us? Can they teach us something we may have lost and need to come back to? Will they clear a path back to ourselves?
Sex, murder, drowning, trickery…are these stories historical accounts or codes to deeper meanings?
If we come from heaven, what are we doing here on earth? Duality, the signature reality of our world, informs every moment here—we enjoy then suffer, plunged one moment into despair and the next into ecstasy. Why do we find it both hard and easy to work, to play, to exercise our free will? Is it possible the answers are hidden in these simple, evocative Bible Stories?
With the Stories, you will learn the process of sewing together these ancient segments of deep truths, rising out of a remote and oh so distant past, to form a multidimensional tapestry woven into the realms of heaven and earth.
During our three days you will open these Stories as dreams coming from the communal dreaming, the deeper substrata we call the Subconscious. Our special focus will be on how to trick ourselves out of duality into wholeness.
God is One—Adam and Eve are two—our work returns us to One.