Join us for a free 90 minute taste of Integral Polarity Practice with visiting teacher Thomas McConkie.
Thomas has generously offered to meet with us to share this practice which is a part of his work in Salt Lake City with Lower Lights—a community engaged in contemplative practice blended with the science of adult development.
Sunday April 7th
730pm to 9pm
Doors open at 7pm
First Met United Church
932 Balmoral Road at Quadra Street, in the Chapel
Enter from the parking lot—look for the sandwich board
Admission is free but registration is required as there are a limited number of seats.
INTEGRAL POLARITY PRACTICE:
An elegant synthesis of states of consciousness and stages of development. An awareness practice for cultivating and expressing your unique gifts in the world.
• Integrate body, emotions, mind and Spirit.
• Work with polarities within the self, others and change initiatives in the world.
• Collapse stress-inducing polarities into nondual “still points”.
• Access flow states of inspiration and compassionate action.
Thomas McConkie was raised in the LDS Church and has a passion for the world's wisdom traditions. At 18 years old he discovered Buddhism, which remains a wellspring of inspiration almost 20 years later.
Influenced profoundly in his twenties by world travel and the study of adult development, over time he began to ask the question of what real spiritual health and deep integration will look like in the 21st century.
He is trained as a developmental researcher, facilitator, and mindfulness teacher. He hosts the Lower Light Sangha with the intention of providing a supportive environment where seekers of any kind can discover new depths and heights in their evolving faith journey.