Virtual Retreat with Veta Goler

We Were Made for These Times Too

We Were Made for These Times Too

A virtual retreat with Veta Goler
Broadcast live on Tuesday, May 26th
9 am – 4 pm EDT

Thank You for Participating!

$75 full price
$50 with ACMHE membership
$25 with access grant. To apply for an access grant, please fill out this application.

Elders in various indigenous traditions have been reminding us that we were made for these times. They tell us that we took birth knowing that our specific gifts and talents would be needed at a critical juncture to help humanity evolve. This is that moment. Join Veta Goler for a virtual retreat from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. This will be an opportunity to come together in community to support each other as we access our inner wisdom and strength. Through silence, meditation, journaling, music and other creative and contemplative practices, we can find comfort and connect with what is uniquely ours to give to the world in this moment.

Retreat Schedule

9-9:30 am Informal arrival time
9:30-10:15 am Session I: Creating the Container/Creating Community
10:15-10:45 am Morning Pause
10:45 am-12 pm Session II: Turning Within/Initial Explorations
12-1 pm Lunch
1-2:15 pm Session III: Exploring the Depths/Our Work in These Times
2:15-2:45 pm Afternoon Pause
2:45-4:00 pm Session IV: Preparing to Return/Bringing our Gifts

 

Veta GolerVeta Goler, PhD, is Associate Professor and Chair of Dance Performance & Choreography, and Co-Director of the Teaching Resource and Research Center, at Spelman College. Her research interests include the intersection of dance and spirituality in popular culture and explorations of spirituality and contemplative practices in education and the workplace. She has published her research in dance and culture journals and anthologies and has presented at national and international conferences.

As a longtime meditator, Goler is committed to helping others discover the ways contemplative practices can enrich their lives. She has facilitated retreats and workshops for personal and professional renewal at colleges, universities, K-12 schools and retreat sites throughout the country. She also incorporates contemplative practices in her classes and in the guided meditation sessions she has been leading for Spelman students, faculty and staff for over 10 years. Goler is a national Circle of Trust® facilitator, and many of the retreats and workshops she leads are based in the work of education innovator Parker J. Palmer, who has written extensively on the value of living an “undivided life,” in which one’s work is in harmony with one’s values.