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We offer both a title “Wholistic Spirituality” and a background image, the labyrinth. We define spirituality as the way to our interior life and to the center of all, which unifies everything: God. And once in the center, in God, a way of return, not of escape, into reality, now in company, in union.

We wish to make the way with people who wish this to be so. We offer our charism, experience and also our limitations, through programs that we would like them to be wholistic.

We come from a culture that analyzes, dissects, structures and dualizes. Precisely our religion has been under this influence and has caused us to live through this prism.

We would like to offer spaces of integration body-spirit, respecting the different rhythms and cultures when we pray, when we encounter one another and also when we commit ourselves with the different realities around us.

 

OUR COMMITMENT

OPEN UP WAYS for peace and reconciliation offering two tools:

Meditation as a means to appease our “ego” in need of attention and thus be able to inhabit our center. Prayer as a means to dialogue with the God of Jesus, who transforms our void into presence, our fear into trust, our anguish into            tenderness and sends us on his behalf.

Worshops to learn how to transform violence, aggressiveness and frustration into Kingdom building energy.

 CREATE open and free ecumenical COMMUNITIES that communicate evangelical energy with the inner authority that Jesus awakens. -We share faith, life and commitment. -We value the trajectory of each person, their experience, their struggle, their day to day, sharing less formal spaces to be and welcome us. 3.

CARE FOR CREATION, offering spaces in nature where families and young people learn to respect the sacred in each tree, each star, each animal species, each piece of land, gift of life on the planet.

 

As a consequence of a coherent lifestyle:meditation-prayer, community and care for creation, individual and communal commitments for justice and solidarity emerge, responding to global and local needs.