Cultivating Critical Principles of Spiritual Activism

May 10-13 (Thursday dinner-Sunday breakfast)

In this interactive workshop, Jamal will explore 13 important Principles of Spiritual Activism as delineated by Satayana Institute. These critical principles are essential in order to nourish and empower our work in the areas of social justice and earth care. Jamal will also provide guidelines for spiritual practices which help us balance the inner work of self-transformation with our outer work in the world.

Jamal smilingImam Jamal Rahman is a popular speaker on Islam, Sufi spirituality, and interfaith relations. Along with his Interfaith Amigos, he has been featured in the New York Times, CBS News, BBC, and various NPR programs. Jamal is co-founder and Muslim Sufi minister at Seattle’s Interfaith Community Sanctuary and adjunct faculty at Seattle University. He is a former co-host of Interfaith Talk Radio and travels nationally and internationally, presenting at retreats and workshops.

Jamal is the author and co-author of several books, including the latest titled: “Finding Peace through Spiritual Practice: The Interfaith Amigos Guide to Personal, Social and Environmental Healing.”

Since 9/11/2001 Jamal has been collaborating regularly and actively with Rabbi Ted Falcon and Pastor Don Mackenzie. Affectionately known as The Interfaith Amigos, they travel the country sharing a message of inclusive spirituality.

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Program Fee: $125

Information on housing and meal fees is available here.

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