Many young people are having the feeling of being spiritually rootless. Wisdom can speak to us from many sources and helps us reconnect to the self, others and to our divine origin. Solitude is the cure for loneliness, community is the safe space where we reconnect to others and learn about ourselves. And from this grows a new capacity for healthy intimacy and strong relationships. Practicing meditation is practicing the wisdom that reconnects us to all that we are part of.
So, starting on 27th March, there will be a series of online talks that will address the feeling of spiritual loss and rootlessness and hope to re-establish a way of reconnection.
WCCM offers an opportunity to connect personal experience with questioning and include tradition within a diverse and supportive community of fellow seekers.
John Main, who planted the first seed of this community, was a monk who himself bridged the Christian world with other faiths. Laurence Freeman developed this approach seeing meditation as opening the common ground and offering a way to unity and peace in our divided world.
Watch this short video by Laurence Freeman explaining what you can expect from the first talk: the Cave on 27th March
About Taynã Malaspina
Taynã Malaspina is a university professor and coach with a degree in Social Communication (ESPM-SP) and a Master's degree in Social Psychology (PUC-SP). She is a graduate of the University of Tampere's mentoring program for young university students.