with Rev. Kim Kaiser
A Spiritual Enrichment Course
Dates: Four Tuesdays, July 13 to August 3
Time: 6 pm to 8 pm
Center for Spiritual Living Santa Rosa
2075 Occidental Road
These classes are currently offered online only (using Zoom) due to the coronavirus restrictions. Students will be notified if, and when, it is possible to participate with in-person classes at The Center.
Emerson wrote: There is no place where you end and God begins, and no place God ends and you begin. Ecology is the science and philosophy of the truth that all things physical, mental, and spiritual are connected, and in truth never separated. The spiritual and practical applications of this intertwining are endless. There is a growing need to acknowledge and act on the truth that all being is part of one being. This class will look at some of the scientific, philosophical and spiritual practices that follow from this realization that we are all one.
The Ecology Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained by DK, Tony Juniper
Dr. Kim Kaiser is the Director of Education at the Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa. He holds a doctorate in Counseling Psychology and has taught undergraduate and graduate adult education classes at the University of San Francisco (USF) for over 20 years and is currently a faculty member and administrator of the Marriage and Family Therapy Masters Program at USF’s Santa Rosa campus. Dr. Kim has studied metaphysics, both in its Christian and Buddhist forms, all his life. He is an ordained priest in the Soto School of Zen Buddhism as well as minister of Religious Science. He has a particular interest in western and eastern philosophy, religion, and science. In teaching, he enjoys helping his students make connections between the subject matter and their experience of life as a spiritual practice. As a minister and educator, his main mission is to shine the light on the incredible gifts God is giving to the world simply by you being you.
Please make sure that your current email address and phone number are entered when you register. Necessary information for you to log in and participate in the class will be emailed to you prior to the beginning of the class.
Online registration for this class will end Monday, July 12, at 5 pm.
A non-refundable $20 fee is included in the registration. No refunds after the first class.
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