Friday, November 9th
Growing a Spiritual Community
Growing a Spiritual Community is a lot like growing a garden
Wednesday, October 31st
Wilderness - that deep fertile spring.
Terry speaks of the wilderness experience, that still place,that place of doing nothing as a deep fertile spring that can surface to animate our lives filling them with meaning and purpose.
Monday, October 22nd
Many of us had the privilege of hearing Ayik sharing movingly of what it was like growing up as an oppressed child soldier in Sudan. In his now freer life in Australia he spoke of the important part forgiveness has played in his healing journey.
Friday, October 19th
Losing my Religion
As a former evangelical pastor, Peter Breen’s homily at SMX last weekend touched on a handful of influences, experiences, and decisions that formed him and spoke movingly of how he is trying to make sense of where he is at now.
Wednesday, October 10th
Dr Michelle Maloney, National Convenor of the Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) , gives a thought-provoking introduction to the growing legal and social movement, ‘Earth laws’, which advocates for shifting from a human centred to an Earth centred culture and society.
Tuesday, October 2nd
Dreams and Visions - Terry Fitzpatrick
Terry speaks passionately about getting in touch with our dreams and allowing them to inspire, motivate and draw us on, despite the challenge of the critical mind.
Monday, September 24th
Beyond the Mind - Fionnuala Smyth
Fionnuala speaks beautifully of the importance of going beyond the mind. She reminds us of the ancient spiritual tradition of dreaming our way forward.
Tuesday, September 18th
Vietnamese Refugees - Lorraine Brosnan
Lorraine Brosnan gave a very informative history of Vietnam and Australia's ongoing relationship with its many refugees.
Tuesday, September 11th
Awareness of our true being - Terry Fitzpatrick
Terry speaks about the most important journey we have to make is to cross the abyss which separates us from ourselves.
Thursday, September 6th
Justice for Palestine - Mark Taylor
Mark gives a great summary of the history and present situation of Palestine. He speaks passionately of the enormous injustice inflicted on the indigenous people of Palestine. Not unlike what happened to the indigenous people of Australia.