Spain has been chosen in order to reach into the memory of the time when Islam, Judaism and Christianity lived side by side and created one of the most profound cultural and spiritual moments in European history.
Date: October 2013
Theme: The Creativity between Man and God Creativity is inherent in all beings. Man’s creative response towards God is present in all spiritual traditions. We hope a dialogue will ensue between the speakers and participants, making time and space to listen, reflect and focus on the creativity which has come about through the intimate dialogue between devotees and God.
- Rabbi Larry Tabick: Judaic Mysticism
- Valerie Quinlivan: Catholic Tradition
- Ignacio Bejar: Sufism
- Krishna Shukla: Hindu Tradition
- Stephan Schuhmacher: Zen Buddhism
- Renate Moritz: Meher Baba teaching
This seminar is an experiment in creativity and Spain has been chosen in order to reach into the memory of the time when Islam, Judaism and Christianity lived side by side. A one day pilgrimage will take place to Cordoba to visit the Jewish Quarter and the Mezquita, where mosque and Christian church intertwine.
A pilgrimage journey is planned on the last day, to visit the Mezquita in Cordoba, where mosque and the Christian church intertwine, followed by the only synagoge from 400 years ago, and finally Granada’s Alhambra, to experience the beauty of this ancient and unique building in Europe.