E-courses and webinars are another way to learn the fundamentals and varied applications of grateful living, and allow you to connect with a community of global seekers as you explore the experiential and contemplative curriculum of gratefulness.
We are currently developing “The Fundamentals of Grateful Living” curriculum and a new learning platform. Until our new eCourses are up and running, please be our guest and enjoy these “on-demand” courses at no expense and at your leisure…
With David Whyte and Br. David Steindl-Rast
What does it mean to live our lives on the edge of what hasn’t yet happened – the vivid space where everything is happening NOW? What is possible when we fully occupy this moment, rather than being lost in thinking about what could have been, should have been, or might be?
We invite you to join us in exploring these questions, and many more, through listening to reflections, poems, and stories shared by poet, David Whyte, in a conversation with Br. David Steindl-Rast.
Registration open until May 2, 2016
An on-demand, online retreat led by Br. David Steindl-Rast, OSB
In August 2011, Br. David Steindl-Rast gave some of his clearest, most inspired teachings about the practice of grateful living to a group of 85 people who cruised with him through Alaska’s Inside Passage. Our staff and volunteers at A Network for Grateful Living were fortunate to capture these talks on film to share with you in the form of webinars.
An on-demand course with Dale Biron
“Poetry begins in delight and ends in wisdom,” writes Robert Frost. Who could refuse either? And it’s all the better when the delight comes in the form of a month-long feast of delicious poems with the expert guidance of life-coach and teacher Dale Biron.
Immerse yourself in the lively images of Mary Oliver, Rainer Maria Rilke, William Stafford, Derek Walcott, Wislawa Szymborska, and other great poets who open to us a world of wonder — a world of gratefulness.
Five lessons include: Dale’s message, a featured poem, a featured quote, an optional practice, and links to call recordings, PowerPoints and additional poems.
You can treat these sessions as an independent study, going at your own pace; they’re also excellent for group discussion.
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