In this episode, we bring together a philosopher of religion, a few personal insights, and the poetry of Walt Witman to invite us more fully into a relationship with our own bodies. As we prepare for a deeper dive into the place of our body's expression of soul, how do we foster the best relationship and expectations for the role our body might play in the shaping of our sense of soul.
Join Dan as he wraps up Pt. 2 of our introduction to this series. Bring your body along for the ride.
Curated by: Dan Senter, who brings over 35 years of experience engaging in the spiritual journey with individuals, congregations, and the community.
April Bell, founder of Tree of Life Legacies, a storytelling and wisdom-keeping project based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
*Soul Forum Recording & Open Discussion*
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Soul Forum Podcast Team:
Co-hosts:Dan Senter, Creekside Commons & Our Savior’s of Lafayette
April Bell, Founder at Tree of Life Legacies and Co-creator of StoryCatcher® for iOS
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Soul Forum: A conversational journey across the landscape of the collective soul.
In this series - SoulBody - we explore the wisdom and wonder within our own bodies that can provide a pathway into the experience of soul. The season begins with reflections on the body each of us inhabits and ends with reflections on the wider earth or cosmic body. There is plenty of reasons to trust that any access to a relationship with the divine, or mystery, or the very essence of life, is primarily accessed through the body. Can we reverse the idea that the sacred has figured out how to incarnate, or become flesh and bone, and explore how our sense of the sacred manifests from within every body? How might you honor and explore the body that invites you into wonder?
Welcome to Soul Forum.