julian of norwichWith Harold Rosen

In this course we explore the lives, thoughts and deeds of 9 outstanding women of history. Their spiritual radiance, intellectual brilliance and moral courage overcame the barriers of their patriarchal cultures.  They were provocative and influential reformers who could not be ignored or overlooked.  They were mystical, visionary and with a futuristic bent, but also made significant social impact in their own turbulent times.  Their lives span over 2500 years, and range from India to the Middle East to the West.  We will examine their relevance to current religious, social and spiritual concerns.

Topics – Women Mystics

February 15 – Introduction to Mystical Literature, Srimala of Kosala: Teacher of Universal Light (Buddhist)

February 22  – Hypatia of Alexandria:  Philosophical Martyr (Neoplatonist)

March 1  – Rabia of Basra:  Saintly Teacher & Poet (Sufi Muslim)

March 8  – Hildegard of Bingen:  Earth-Centered Theologian (Christian)

March 15  – Julian of Norwich:  Revealer of Divine Love (Christian)

April 5     – Mirabai of Rajasthan:  Devotee of Divine Love (Hindu)

April 12    – Teresa of Avila:  Guide to the Interior Castle (Christian)

April 19     – Tahirih of Persia:  New World Visionary & Martyr (Baha’i)

April 26     – Barbara Marx Hubbard:  Conscious Evolutionist


Start Date: February 15, 2018

End Date: April 26, 2018

Day: Thursday

Sessions: 9

Time: 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Fee: Member $60 or $7 for drop-in

Non-Member $70 or $8 for drop-in

Location: 32444 7th Ave. Mission V2V 2B5

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