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A Way: Out, Through, and Into
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A Way: Out, Through, and Into

Who doesn't need some direction?

Has your life felt mechanical, monotonous or empty? Wondering if this is all there is? Have you been trying various forms of self-improvement but haven't noticed any lasting progress?  Dominican Center at Marywood is offering an eight-session program facilitated by board-certified psychotherapist and spiritual director Mark Walstrom.

Here's the Program

A Way: Out, Through, and Into meets weekly on eight consecutive Tuesday evenings, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., September 24 through November 12, 2013. This is a psycho-spiritual program that offers participants a simple yet life-changing process for moving out of limiting, painful ways of living and into more natural, authentic, transparent and enlivening ways of being.  The course draws on the inspiration and guidance of some contemporary sages who know this path intimately (Thomas Merton, Richard Rohr, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell and Mark Nepo).  Through integrating spirituality with the social sciences, we open up to a whole new way of being where we discover our deepest callings and true gifts. 

Meet the Facilitator

Mark Walstrom has been a psychotherapist for 25 years. He also completed a graduate certificate program in Holistic Health Care and is certified as a Spiritual Director. Since 1987 Mark has given particular attention in his work to exploring the interface between psychological and spiritual development with a special interest in the Enneagram, Christian Mysticism and Buddhist Mindfulness practices. He also hosted and co-produced Ideas That Matter:The Fetzer Dialogues, an NPR audio series focused on the themes of consciousness, spirituality and global transformation. For further information you may visit Mark's web site at www.markwalstrom.com.  Mark is the founder of Community Circle, a monthly public dialogue group focused on personal and social transformation; and also the  co-founder of Chrysalis Community, a non-profit organization that offers retreats for people with life-threatening illness. Equally important is that he continue to consciously engage in the growth and transformation of his own personal life. (See map below for directions to free parking on the beautiful campus of Domincan Center at Marywood.)


Cost: $300.00
Days, Dates & Times: Tuesdays, September 24-November 12, 2013 from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Register online: CLICK HERE
Register by phone, or FOR additional information, call DCM front desk at (616) 514-3325


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