The Modern Mystycal Movement
Hank will be the featured speaker at the Life Spectrums Conference and will speak on Friday evening, July 12th about The Modern Mystical Movement. Hank will also teach a Modern Shaman Weekend Workshop which will be held all day Saturday the 13th and half day on the 14th.
Note: Times shown are preliminary. More information will be available soon on the Life Spectrum website.
For more information and to register by email, contact Lynne Paul at LynneMPaul@gmail.com
For more information and to register by phone call Lynne Paul at 610-882-3008.
We live in a time in which increasing numbers of us are leaving our mainstream religions in droves, discarding archaic and outdated belief systems that no longer have meaning to us in our modern world. Yet this is not an atheistic movement. Quite the contrary. We are searching for reconnection with the archetypes that the mystics of the past have always sought out—the authentic transpersonal forces, who are poised and willing to help us and who want the best for us. This seems to be part of a progression forward (and upward) toward a new spiritual complex that is quietly taking form.
Given the number of websites and workshops devoted to exploring aspects of the old mystery schools of the past, not to mention the unending avalanche of books that have been written on these and related subjects during the past two decades, interesting questions arise.
As we come to the end of this cycle of ages and prepare for the beginning of the next, are we willing to draw on the wisdom of the old mystery schools, reworking and transforming it into something entirely new, refining this wisdom and enhancing it in a way that reflects who we are now as well as who we are becoming? From my perspective as an anthropologist who has spent large parts of my life living with indigenous peoples, this reworking must (and will) involve a re-enchantment of the world and a re-enchantment of ourselves as well. And yet just what does this mean?
Minutes from downtown Harrisburg and near many attractions such as the State Capitol, Whitaker Center, Strawberry Square, City Island and the Hershey's Chocolate factory.