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Discover the Deeper Connections of AND in This Month’s We Conspire Articles

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This October We Conspire invites us to consider the connections and divisions within our spiritual and physical lives.

November 2nd, 2022

Thirty-five years ago, Fr. Richard Rohr founded the Center for Action and Contemplation to help people on the path of praxis and prayer, action and contemplation.

This month our We Conspire series explores the opportunities and challenges the and presents in our own lives. The end of this email includes a curated practice that invites us to apply this knowledge to our daily lives.

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Exploring Wisdom on “God and Money”

The contemplative path invites us to re-examine the fabric of our relationships with God and money.

How do you create more loving relationships with money? Jon Hokama invites us to reflect on how we can weave our service to God and attention to money in a holy fabric of nondual sight.

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Shifting from Separation to Oneness

A regular contemplative practice creates space for an open-hearted connection between us and creation.

How can oneness with the environment impact our whole spiritual journey? Dr. Vandana Shiva, a tireless defender of the environment, explores our physical and spiritual connections in this talk from Science and Nonduality.

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Living in Gratitude for Mother Earth

Contemplative action combines care of the natural world with spiritual life and social justice.

What are the ways and can create dichotomies instead of connections? Joan Brown, osf, explains how contemplative action is the foundation for climate justice work.

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