A Free Recording featuring Mystic-Scholar Mirabai Starr (Recorded on February 19, 2014)
Have you ever felt that the religious traditions we’ve inherited are deeply imbalanced, relegating feminine mystics and their perspective to marginal, undervalued, and even submissive, roles – much to our great loss?
The truth is that some of history’s most sublime mystics have been women, and they often walk a very different pathway to their realization, using their longing for union as a portal into the infinite.
In this free teleseminar event, one of the most respected teachers of Interspirituality, Mirabai Starr, explores the mystical insights that come from reuniting with the Beloved, particularly focusing on the profound realizations of St. Teresa of Avila.
Mirabai has written four acclaimed books on St. Teresa, and offers an intimate window on her mystical journey and the stages of her initiation – insights that illuminate a very different pathways for feminine mystics in every lineage.
In this powerful free online event event, you’ll:
It’s time to evolve a new kind of wholeness at the heart of the lineages we’ve inherited by learning from the inspired women mystics who have pioneered a more earthy, loving, holistic, and even wild, vision of spiritual life – one that leads us from ecstatic union into humble service.
This feminine mystical pathway supports the great healing of our times through repairing the wounds in our hearts, minds and bodies, and addressing the real suffering in the world.
Mirabai is a remarkable scholar of global mystics who practices vipassana, observes Shabbat and honors all spiritual expressions. She will help you reclaim a key aspect of your spiritual-religious heritage.
About Mirabai Starr
Author, translator of the mystics, and leading voice in the emerging Interspiritual Movement, Mirabai Starr uses fresh, lyrical language to help make timeless wisdom accessible to a contemporary circle of seekers.
Mirabai taught Philosophy and Religious Studies for twenty years at the University of New Mexico-Taos, and now speaks and teaches nationally and internationally on the teachings of the mystics, contemplative practice, and grief as a spiritual path. Her talks and retreats incorporate silent meditation, interspiritual chanting, sacred poetry, and deep dialog. She blogs for the Huffington Post.