Our Evolution Towards Global Spirituality: Quest for Global Sacred SpaceOur Evolution Towards Global Spirituality: Quest for Global Sacred Spacehttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/195731Gest Center 1012012-02-07T16:15:002012-02-07T18:00:00
February 7,2012 4:15PM–6:00PM
Gest Center 101
Professor Ashok Gangadean will speak about globalizing sacred spiritual space and the role of Quaker meeting for worship in this continuing "holy experiment" as a part of Religion and Spirituality Week. Please join us at 4:15pm for refreshments
Professor Gangadean will explore a deep evolutionary trend in and amongst our great spiritual traditions and bring to the fore an emergent consensus and convergence of our diverse sacred traditions toward Global Spirituality and a profound common ground in shared Global Sacred Space.
The Quaker Tradition has been exemplary in moving towards such an open global sacred space. The untapped resources and potential of this tradition are enormous as spiritual communities self-evolve to this next inevitable stage of spiritual awakening for our global age. This call to an unprecedented spiritual experiment is designed to meet this urgent need and to open sacred space in which diverse people across our different worlds, perspectives and orientations may come together in deep dialogue and celebration to discover and co-create the power of global sacred space.
Ashok Gangadean is Gest Professor of Global Philosophy at Haverford College. He is Director of the Margaret Gest Center for Inter-Religiousl Dialogue, as well as the Founder-Director of the Global Dialogue Institute and the Co-Convenor of the World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality.
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