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WePractice FREE Open Session

WePractice NYC begins its second year of meeting!

Our first Open Session will use some of our core practices to access our collective wisdom, to reveal our potential as well as our blind spots, and to explore the dynamic field of intelligence and creativity known as the We-Space.

This Open Session is FREE and anyone is welcome to join.

We will start promptly at 7pm so please be on time.

More about WePractice and Relational Spiritual Practice:

About WePractice
We are committed spiritual practitioners who seek to advance human culture and spiritual development through the evolution of collective awareness. We develop and model new, more awakened ways of being in community and in the world. We feel collective and relational consciousness practice is the next step in spiritual practice. We boldly and humbly endeavor to create an opportunity for the Future to reach back and guide us towards It.

Who is WePractice?

WePractice Community is comprised of people from diverse traditions who share a passion for intersubjective spiritual practice. We have solid histories of time spent on the meditation cushion and in personal growth work, and are actively taking responsibility to expand consciousness not just personally, but collectively.

We are exploring and developing new ways to help each other wake up to our deepest self. We hone capacities and practices that help us relate with more consciousness, compassion and clarity. It is our belief that this type of collective awareness practice is one of the keys to addressing many of our planetary challenges.

WePractice is also not limited to long or short-time spiritual practitioners. People that want to cultivate deeper connections in their lives, desire ways to be more skillful in all relationships, and are leaders in some capacity and want to become more effective at enacting positive change in the world are all welcome here.

What is Relational Spiritual Practice?

Relational Spiritual Practice (RSP) is an emergent phenomena during our times. We are influenced by a number of teachers and scholars who have been on the forefront of this movement including: Thomas Hübl, Diane Hamilton, David Deida, Andrew Cohen, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Terry Patten, Craig Hamilton, and Olen Gunnlaugson, among others. All of these teachers have recognized novel ways to make relationship a portal to awakening.

WePractice has been a group experimenting in this area for one year in New York City, two years in Minnesota, and nearly three years in the San Francisco Bay Area. In no way are we presuming to be solitary pioneers of this work; rather, we are stewards and explorers in our neck of the woods.

RSP is a way to support each others awakening and development by bringing intense awareness to our relationships. While intense, this awareness is also deeply welcoming of all of who you are to be present just as it is. In WePractice our focus is on what is happening now: inside us, between us, and around us. By paying close attention and sharing what we notice, we start to see ourselves, others, and life more clearly.

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  • Jehovah P.

    Warm space (literally & figuratively) sincere people, new ways of thinking, and everyone sat in chairs, on wheels; perfect for fluidly realigning the people in the room.

    February 5, 2014

    • Michael S.

      Thanks Phinias. Glad you could join us.

      February 5, 2014

  • Ramara

    Hi Michael! Is this open to newcomers?

    January 30, 2014

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