My Religion is Love: Celebrating Rumi’s Life

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Friday 9/25/2015 - Sunday 9/27/2015
7:30 pm - 1:00 pm

Program Leader
Fariba Enteshari

Please note:  All residential spaces for this program are full.  We still have a number of spots available for commuters.  If you are coming from out of town, you may stay at a local hotel, attend the program and still be considered a commuter.

Rumi’s poetry offers a universal path to self-discovery and healing. In this weekend retreat, we will delve into Rumi’s vision and expression of his journey into Love. Working with the images in his poetry and stories, you will learn to evoke the symbols and messages to use as tools for insight, personal growth, and connection to a deeper level of spirit. There will be time for journaling, dialogue, quiet walks in nature, and deep reflection.

This weekend will also include live bamboo flute music from Bob Nyosui Sedivy on Saturday evening.

This series meets the qualifications for 12 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

Fariba Enteshari, EdD is an international educator, specializing in Rumi. Through her years of teaching Rumi to a wide variety of students, she has researched the beneficial and healing effects of Rumi’s poetry.

Bob Nyosui Sedivy is a komuso monk living in Carpinteria who plays the ancient Japanese 5-holed vertical bamboo flute called the shakuhachi.

Please review our La Casa Program Cancellation and Refund Policy before registering for this program.

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