Landscapes & Soulscapes Camino Divina

Thursday, October 4, 2018 4:00 PM to Tuesday, October 9, 2018 1:00 PM

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“Landscapes and Soulscapes: 
 A Camino Divina Adventure into the Divine” will help you explore in greater depth a richer, deeper relationship with the land, the self and the Divine.  You will be provided with thoughtful and joyful practices that can help you connect more deeply wherever you find yourself, whether at home or abroad.  Through the practice of “camino divina- walking the divine way”, inner and outer landscapes will be explored through intuitive observation and imagination, journaling, conversational partnering, finger labyrinths and walking meditation, accompanied by the words of poets and sages to walk alongside you.

About the leader(s)

Cynthia Good

Cynthia Good  Cynthia is an ordained Elder in the UMC and has been a full time pastor of three churches and an interim pastor of a dozen others. She was formed in her life of faith by the Lexington United Methodist Church where was confirmed and approved for candidacy in ministry.  She was shaped by LUMC’s focus on Justice, Education and Music. She received her M.Div. from Yale Divinity School and her D.Min from Hartford Seminary with a focus on spirituality, creativity and worship. She has led retreats around New England and consulted with churches about healing and transition. She completed a program in Spiritual Direction with the Stillpoint Center for Christian Spirituality at Ghost Ranch and offers spiritual direction.  The center of all her work and the core of her heart is tending the holy, individually and corporately. She believes deeply in the power of story as part of the spiritual journey.  She is married to Alan Pratt and has two children, Alden and Natalie.

Gina Marie Mammano

Gina Marie Mammano is an award-winning poet and the author of Camino Divina– Walking the Divine Way: A Book of Moving Meditations with Likely and Unlikely Saints  published by SkyLight Paths Publishing/Turner Publishing.  Her training as a spiritual director, work as a retreat leader, Waldorf educatior, Reiki practitioner, and work with the Opening the Book of Nature program have allowed her the ability to create interactive, artful, deep and intuitive events that work within both the interior and exterior landscapes.  She lives on Whidbey Island.