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Here is a great opportunity to get involved and bring your Druidic perspective to the table to help shape social unity in a time of polarization and hostility:
We hope you will be able to join us in the creation of a Northwest Spiritual Wisdom Council. We envision such a Council will provide spiritual leadership and a strong universal voice of oneness to effectively engage the contentious and polarizing issues dividing us as families, neighbors, and citizens. You will be in the company of other leaders and practitioners from various spiritual traditions on October 21st to develop a contemplative foundation and relational skills for guidance in this process.

This Interfaith Summit is a key step along the way to developing the Spiritual Wisdom Council, one in which we invite you to contribute your wisdom regarding the concept and to participate in modeling how such a Wisdom Council might help us come together across our polarized boundaries to reconcile controversial issues. Please come --- and Register Now!

Northwest Interfaith*
15th annual InterSpiritual Community Summit

Creating a Spiritual Wisdom Council
Saturday October 21, 2017
8:30am ~ 4:30pm

The Well /Queen Anne UMC
1606 5th Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119

Join leaders from 9 spiritual traditions in a Council of Wisdom Seekers

♥ share spiritual practices ♥ learn how to be in authentic relationship ♥ connect with others who think differently

Let us learn something new, including practices to cultivate:
Inner Peace - Reclaim peace in ourselves
Healthy Relationships - Trust is the key
Beloved Communities - Everyone is our neighbor

$15 advanced registration; $20 at the door
Register Now:
donations for scholarships welcomed

*Northwest Interfaith is the union of The Interfaith Network (TIN) and NW Interfaith Community Outreach (NICO).

2017 InterSpiritual Community Summit is co-sponsored with: The Interfaith Amigos, The Well/Queen Anne UMC, Interfaith Community Sanctuary, Seattle STM, Ananda Washington, St Patrick Church, Call of Compassion NW, and more…

For more info, contact John Hale:
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Many of you may know a local shaman named June BlueSpruce who is now working with a group called the Faith Action Climate Team. They are working to address climate change effectively from a spiritually-based perspective. They will be holding a conference on Saturday, Oct. 28 titled "Love at the Crossroads: Climate and Social Justice." The keynote speaker will be Deborah Parker from the Tulalip Tribes. There will be a number of very interesting workshops, and the conference will be quite affordable. The Facebook page will be updated with details about cost and registration next week: Check it out! ... See MoreSee Less

Love at the Crossroads: Climate and Social Justice

October 28, 2017, 8:30am - October 28, 2017, 7:00pm

Extreme climate events are causing devastation all around the US and the world. Come join the Faith Action Climate Team at our annual conference on Saturday, October 28th from 9am (8:30 registration) to 5pm at Mt Zion Baptist Church in Seattle. Our theme this year is Love at the Crossroads: Climate and Social Justice. For conference brochure, go here We will be looking at and delving into the complex crossroads where climate intersects with other vital social justice issues which we all care deeply about. As always we want to figure out possible solutions. We want to do this in partnership (rather than in silos) with the wonderful activists and non-profits who work with dedication on these issues. Using an interfaith panel and an inspiring keynote speaker, we will look at faith's primary call to love and what it means to approach these issues from faith and in a spirit of love. Are you in? We are honored that our keynote speaker will be Deborah Parker, former Vice Chair of the Tulalip tribe. She also is on the Board of Our Revolution (Post Bernie Sanders campaign). She served from 2005-2012 as a Policy Analyst in the office of Governmental Affairs for the Tulalip Tribe. She also spoke at a huge, Native women led NO DAPL demonstration in DC and is passionate about climate issues. A wonderful vegan, organic lunch will be provided as well as morning beverages. Please bring your own mug or water bottle if possible. To help us keep the conference affordable for all who wish to come, you can donate here: Thank you!

I would have loved to come to the Alban Elfed ritual this last weekend, enjoy ritual with others, and meet some other Druids finally, however I was at the Pacific Women's Herbal Conference where I happened to meet a woman who is also training with OBOD. Lovely small world, and I thought I'd leave a note of Hello to Kimberly, if she is part of this group as well. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wow... This has to be confirmation.. so a couple months ago I did a guided find your spirit animal meditation and couldn't see anything well. A couple nights or so later, me and my husband were driving home late at night when something huge ran into the road. It was dark on top and gray on the bottom. It was an otter. I thought it was weird because me and my husband were talking about something important. The next day, a newsletter is left on the door of the house. It has an otter on it. I never saw anything after that until I ran into a quiz and thought I would do it. I thought.. hey. I don't think they'll guess it right. Well, I was wrong. Otter must be my spirit animal after this, right? ... See MoreSee Less