Radical Gratitude is an active, not passive, experience-
an active receiving and offering of the blessing of presence.
Radical Gratitude is available no matter what circumstances surround us.
Radical Gratitude depends on us choosing to be awake and mindful.
Radical Gratitude is an embodied experience, not just a cognitive one.
Radical Gratitude is a primary way of knowing deeply our interconnectedness to all, and thus is self-supporting.
Join with folks in this daylong retreat to explore practices, impediments, and new ways of working with Gratitude as a tool for grounding and offering your gifts to the world. How do we maintain a grateful heart in the midst of an unjust and troubled world? What would a life steeped in gratitude feel like? How does the active practice of gratitude affect our relationships with each other and the world?
Registration is through the Adult Education Program at First Unitarian Church of Portland. Contact Katie Radditz here for details, or call 503-228-6389, x17
Event time is 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Please bring your own lunch.