"Conscious Relationship and Spirituality
Subject: "Conscious Relationship and Spirituality
From: tbehr@DELPHI.COM (Ted Behr)
Date: 27 Feb 1995 20:56:07 GMT
From firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Feb 27 15: 47:24 1995
Organization: Delphi Internet Services Corporation
The Second Annual Kripalu Conference on Psychotherapy and Spirituality
"Conscious Relationship as a Spiritual Path"
May 1-7, 1995
Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
Join an internationally renowned faculty for a week-long inquiry into
the path of conscious relationship. We will explore the possibilities
for both psychological and spiritual transformation which conscious,
committed relationships offer. The conference will be held in the
context of a vibrant, twenty-year old spiritual community, based on
yogic principles--Kripalu Center--and will offer daily practice of
yoga and meditation as an integral part of the conference experience.
Keynote speakers will include:
Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks: leaders in the field of mind/body
integration, especially in the integration of body-oriented techniques
in clinical work with couples. Authors of "Centering and the Art of
Intimacy" and "At the Speed of Life".
John and Jennifer Welwood: well-known authors of "Journey of the
Heart: Intimate Relationship and the Path of Love", and many other
books on relationship and East/West approaches to psychotherapy.
John's latest book on conscious relationship as a path of soul work
will be published in the fall of 1995.
Seymour and Sylvia Boorstein: both psychologists who focus on
relationship work. Sylvia is a well-known senior teacher of Vipassana
meditation; Seymour is author of one of the most widely used textbooks
on Transpersonal Psychology.
John Gray: author of the best-selling "Men Are From Mars, Women Are
from Venus", as well as many other works on relationship.
Kim Crawford-Harvie: nationally known and loved speaker and writer on
the particular challenges for gays and lesbians in relationship;
Senior Pastor of the historic Arlington Street Church, Unitarian, in
The conference will be organized around keynote talks in the morning;
yoga, meditation and relaxation in the afternoon; and clinically
oriented workshops for psychotherapists in the evening. The
conference is planned with the needs of practicing psychotherapists in
mind, including CEUs for most mental health professionals, but all are
Come join us for spring in the Berkshires!!
Program cost ranges from $765 per person for dormitory accomodations
to $1395 for a private room with private bath and includes three high-
quality vegetarian meals daily and full use of the facility.
For more information or to register, call Kripalu Center: