|The Global Oneness
Global Oneness Project is exploring how the radically simple notion of interconnectedness
can be lived in our increasingly complex world.
Rooted in the
vision of his father, a major Sufi teacher and supporter of the InterSpiritual vision (see
below) Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee's art and film based "Oneness Project" works also
through a fanstastic website which we link you to directly here.
Global Oneness Project illustrates the diverse ways oneness is expressedin the
fields of sustainability, conflict resolution, spirituality, art, economics, indigenous
culture, and social justiceothers will be inspired to create solutions to personal
and community challenges from their own lived understanding of oneness.
Visit The Oneness Project directly at:
Working with Oneness
Growing out of the Golden Sufi
Center in Inverness, California, Working with Oneness is an outreach of the ongoing
Oneness work cultivated by Sufi teacher Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, author of numerous books on
the subject and an early venturer, with Brother Wayne, on the interspiritual path.
The Working with Oneness site
offers a body of teachings on the spiritual dimension of oneness. It is dedicated to
connecting with individuals and spiritual groups of all types who are working towards the
emerging consciousness of oneness that is central to our human and planetary survival and
evolution. Consciousness of oneness is an awareness of the unity and the
interconnectedness of all of life.
Visit Working with Oneness directly at:
Spiritual Paths, CA
Spiritual Paths (Aspen) (see the
Aspen Hub Page) also has resident programs in California. Learn more at the
Spiritual Paths page linked below.
Visit Spiritual Paths at
The Contemplative Society
Contemplative Society is an inclusive non-profit association that encourages a deepening
of contemplative prayer based in the Christian Wisdom tradition while also welcoming and
being supportive of other meditation traditions. The
Society supports the work of Cynthia Bourgeault in her role of Principal Teacher and
Advisor for The Contemplative Society and her vocation as a hermit and writer.
Visit The Contemplative Society at www.contemplative.org for these and other
AUDIO: The Future of Christianity, with David Riordan, Click HERE
Message for 2009: click here for MORE
Cynthias notes on
"Christophany" by Raimon Panikkar
on World Religions, especially Christianity: Click HERE
PDF's of her writings:
The Center for Sacred Studies
for Sacred Studies is perhaps best known as the home of the "Thirteen Indigenous
Grandmothers". The center purpose is sustaining
indigenous ways of life through cross-cultural spiritual practices, ministry and
education, and a commitment to peace and unity for all peoples. CSS activities include
providing prayer services, ceremonies, and a variety of gatherings for worship, according
to various traditions. The purpose of these offerings is to
invite individuals, families, and communities to develop devotion, and to strengthen their
relationship to the Divine.
Visit The Center for Sacred Studies directly at:
Minstry Training program: www.cssministryofprayer.org
Monks Without Borders
Founded by Zach Perlman and
friends, Monks Without Borders is a nonprofit interfaith organization and
international network of teachers, healers, activists, advocates, and peace loving people
from all around the globe - including monks, nuns, priests, rabbis, swamis, imams, and
clergy members, from the world's religious traditions.
They are improving spiritual literacy and interfaith cooperation by
establishing a museum of world religions, with an interfaith monastery
and experts on site.
Because a spirit of friendship
between cultures has become more urgent for world peace than ever before, because more
peace education and interfaith programs are crucial for reversing the trend towards our
mutual destruction, because of commitment to a world that works for everyone Monks Without
Borders has come into being.
Visit Monks Without Borders (and their affiliated sites) directly at: http://www.monkswithoutborders.org/
by Dafna Mordecai