CONSPIRE 2017

A Conspiracy for God Conference Series: CONSPIRE 2017—Richard Rohr, angel Kyodo williams, Mirabai Starr, Ken Wilber (via video)—Friday, July 7-Sunday, July 9, 2017 • Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town or Participate online via live webcast.

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 TRANSFORMATION

The separate self is the major problem,
not the shadow self which only takes deeper forms of disguise.

CONSPIRE 2017 has ended; however, you may register for the webcast replay through July 28. Click here to register!

Many people presume that the job of religion is to eliminate evil; however, how we eliminate evil is much more important! Violence, injustice, and greed only increase when they are denied in ourselves and projected onto others—this is the “shadow” self.

Most immature religion has attacked the shadow directly, focusing on the symptom while missing the actual source of evil. This leaves self-righteous and high-minded people feeling like they are in control, when in reality they are ignoring the core problem—the mistaken belief that we are separate from God and each other.

We have always been one in Love.

Fr. Richard Rohr, Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Mirabai Starr, and Ken Wilber explore our misguided attempts to overcome evil. They help us rediscover all beings’ inherent unity and belovedness. Conversion demands immense humility and honesty rather than zeal or purity. The autonomous, egocentric, and separate self must give way to our True Self.

Facing our shadow is a breakthrough to grace and mercy. Embracing the parts of ourselves we’ve denied also reveals a “golden shadow”—our goodness, giftedness, and generosity!

The integrated, whole individual is a powerful force for oneing.

Love and justice are not two. Without inner change, there can be no outer change; without collective change, no change matters. —Rev. angel Kyodo williams

Maybe the most difficult stranger to welcome is the one who lives inside us. —Mirabai Starr

We must die before we die. Suffering—whenever we are not in control—is the most effective way to destabilize and reveal our arrogance, our separateness, and our lack of compassion. If we do not transform our pain, we will most assuredly transmit it. —Fr. Richard Rohr

If a culture treats a particular illness with compassion and enlightened understanding, then sickness can be seen as a challenge, as a healing crisis and opportunity. Being sick is then not a condemnation or a moral judgment, but a movement in a larger process of healing and restoration. —Ken Wilber

Join these masterful teachers for a transformative experience via webcast!

Register to watch the replay!

 

Register for the webcast replay:

  • Watch keynote presentations via webcast from anywhere in the world. (High-speed internet connection required.) View the replay online any time through Sunday, August 13, 2017. You can register through July 28, 2017 to receive access to the replay. Please know that replay access will only be available through August 13, 2017 regardless of the date you register.
  • Register: $59/connection (Each registration allows an unlimited number of people to view the webcast from a single access point.)

 

Conference Details:

This is the fifth conference in CAC’s CONSPIRE series, based on Richard Rohr’s Seven Themes of an Alternative Orthodoxy. Whether or not you’ve participated previously, you are welcome! CAC events draw over 1,000 individuals who are compassionate, caring, engaged, and share a common desire to grow spiritually. Conferences offer a combination of exceptional teaching and opportunities for practice and reflection, grounded in the Christian contemplative tradition.

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