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Coloring Outside the Lines by Returning to Elementary Questioning How Should I Contemplate? Dr. Carmen Acevedo Butcher

Join us for a morning with Dr. Carmen Acevedo Butcher as she guides us in this session with the purpose of deepening and personalizing our own practice, both individually and collectively, with a heart for becoming more self- and others- compassionate. Co-sponsored by CO Atlanta and CO Chicago.

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Coloring Outside the Lines by Returning to Elementary Questioning How Should I Contemplate?  Dr. Carmen Acevedo Butcher
Coloring Outside the Lines by Returning to Elementary Questioning How Should I Contemplate?  Dr. Carmen Acevedo Butcher

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May 11, 2024, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Online via Zoom

About the event

What do historical and contemporary contemplative experts say about how contemplation should be done? How can we take their teachings to reimagine and reinvigorate our own spiritual practices and paths? By exploring work by well-known contemplatives such as Anonymous of the Cloud of Unknowing, the Rev. Dr. Barbara Holmes, Brother Lawrence, the Rev. Dr. Howard Thurman, and more, we will interrogate the tradition with the purpose of deepening and personalizing our own practice, both individually and collectively, with a heart for becoming more self- and others- compassionate.

Scholarships are available. Please contact Joanna Brunson at joanna@contemplativeoutreachatlanta.com for more details.

This event is co-sponsored by Contemplative Outreach Atlanta and Contemplative Outreach Chicago.

ABOUT CARMEN

Carmen Acevedo Butcher, PhD, is an author, teacher, poet, and an award-winning translator of spiritual texts. Her dynamic work around the evolution of language and the necessity of just and inclusive language has garnered interest from various media, including the BBC and NPR’s Morning Edition. A Carnegie Foundation Professor of the Year and Fulbright Senior Lecturer, Acevedo Butcher has translated mystics across time and language such as the Cloud of Unknowing's Anonymous, Brother Lawrence, and Hildegard of Bingen, among many others, offering fresh, accurate, and accessible translations for our time. Her revolutionary translation of Brother Lawrence’s Practice of the Presence is a # 1 Amazon bestselling new release from Broadleaf Books. She currently teaches at the University of California, Berkeley, in the College Writing Programs.

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  • Coloring Outside the Lines

    Coloring Outside the Lines by Returning to Elementary Questioning: ‘How Should I Contemplate?'" A Zoom Event with Dr. Carmen Acevedo Butcher Saturday May 11, 2024 10 am to 12 pm ET Sponsored by CO Atlanta and CO Chicago

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