Connecting with Self and Others

 May 31 – June 3  (Thursday dinner-Sunday breakfast)

An interactive workshop exploring various aspects of spirituality,  this program will focus on developing our awareness of Self and making deeper connections with others.  The workshop will include discussion, meditation, and open-minded inquiry.  Topics will focus on understanding ourselves more thoroughly as well as connecting with others more deeply to provide increased insight into the transformational journey we call life.

This program coincides with the annual meeting of the NW Federation of the Theosophical Society. 

Barbara Hebert, PhD. As a third generation theosophist and a long-time worker within the Theosophical Society in America (TS), Barbara strives to support the work of the TS as it reaches out in ever-increasing waves to the whole of humanity. Throughout her forty years of membership in the TS, Barbara has also served the TS by holding both local and regional positions. She is currently President of the Theosophical Society in America. In her professional life, Barbara formerly served as the Executive Director of the Children’s Advocacy Center—Hope House.  She holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and was an adjunct professor at Southeastern Louisiana University in the Health and Human Services Department as well as a private mental health practitioner before moving to Wheaton, IL to begin her term as TS President.

Program Fee: $125
More information on housing and meal fees is available here.