Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, is hosting bi-monthly classes, facilitated by Reverend Arlene Curley, Ph.D., that offer guidance for realizing a more inspired life. Finding Meaning in Challenging Times meets from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., March 14 and 28, while Embracing Life with Conscious Intention: Living the Magdalene Mysteries meets from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., March 21 and April 4.
The first class addresses the challenges we face during important turning points in life, such as retirement, divorce, illness, relocation, death of a spouse, loneliness and aging. Through discussion and practice, Curley supports individuals in stepping beyond a limiting self-identity and bringing forth opportunities that redirect one’s life into a more meaningful presence. The resource book used in this course is Curley’s Completing the Seven, a guide to realizing full potential.
The second class explores the mysteries of Western spirituality and how consciously living one’s humanity can lead to a connection with the divine self. Included in this course is the metaphysics of spirituality, journey of the soul, practices for connecting to inner wisdom and divine consciousness, and balancing the feminine and masculine. The resource for this course is Curley’s recently published book, The Eighth Gate, which focuses on the Magdalene Mysteries.
Both classes contain progressive workshop content, while each offers meaning unto itself. At-home studies are available via e-mail for those that cannot attend the three-month series in person.
Cost: $30 per class (in-person or via email). Location: 3620 Sterner Mill Rd., Quakertown. For more information, call 215-538-0976 or visit GreenshireArts.org.