In Retreat and Conversation with Dr. Randy Weston and Pir Zia Inayat Khan
Upcoming Event - September 22 -24, 2017
This weekend long Heal the Healers Retreat will be a creative blend of various healers and healing modalities, including spirituality and mysticism, indigenous based trauma therapy, Soul therapy, sound therapy, conversations and music. The objective is to expand on the voices of those who have been historically marginalized and excluded from ideas around healing. We recognize that cultural differences and practices must be considered and welcome this focus on people of African Ancestry and the cultivating of their insights and responses which contributes to an inclusive whole. The retreat allows these voices to emerge and develop practical ways to serve in the interest of healing those communities who have been most marginalized. It is open to and will offer all healers an opportunity to release and realign their practices to better fit the needs of the communities they serve, both locally and globally.
You can expect to be inspired, engaged and have an opportunity to cultivate your practice and process your concerns.
Healing Ourselves and Our Communities in Retreat and Conversation with Master Musician Dr. Randy Weston and International Sufi Leader Pir Zia Inayat Khan.
Join Us For An Evening Of Sound, Healing & Harmony on September 23rd, @ Berkshire Museum in Pittsville Massachussetts - 15 minutes from the Abode retreat center.
In a world of diversity, music is the universal language that can speak to hearts across the distinctions and differences that divide us. Master Musician, Dr. Randy Weston, speaks the language of, not only music but mysticism influenced by Sufi Mystic and musician Hazrat Inayat Khan in his book "Mysticism and Sound". There will be a unique conversation with Dr. Weston and Pir Zia Inayat Khan, the grandson of Pir-0- Hazrat Inayat Khan and leader of the International (Inayati) Sufi Order.
The Conversation will be moderated by Dr. Fatima Hafiz Muid.
Friday, September 22, 2017 at 12:00 PM EDT
Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT
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Abode of the Message
5 Abode Road
New Lebanon New York, NY 12125
Ibrahím Pedriñán, Director of Programs
Onaje Muid or Fatima Hafiz
National Economic Foundation for Educational Reconstruction- email: NEFER.email@example.com
646-662-0217 or 844-949-8726
(Concert Fee included in retreat cost)
City Wide Parent Engagement - focus on the cycle of re-entry and the importance of education about rights and opportunities to be more involved with your child's education. This is the fourth of a 6 parts series . Please contact Mrs. Bridget Ruffin or Ms. Dominique Chellis.