Asking Questions That Liberate Us
Rev. Kimberly Braun

Friday, 3:00pm | Bridge

How do we truly live out our calling to be contemplatives and mystics in a tumultuous world? It is all in the questions we ask and the prayers we pray. Jesus said so eloquently, ‘Peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you.’ But what does this mean in relationship to our longing for a just world? Or even more importantly to be a ‘just’ person that is a catalyst for a recapitulation in Christ. This interactive experience will offer a few key pointers to get us asking questions that probe the invitation more deeply and inspire us with new solutions and new ways of being.
Kimberly Braun

Kimberly Braun


Rev. Kimberly Braun, Minister, M.A., CSP and Meditation Coach has been devoted to meditation from the age of 5, with over ten years as a Carmelite monastic nun. Her Masters in theology was completed in 2001 in Washington D.C., and is concentrated upon the adult spiritual journey. She has a unique way of connecting to the heart and mind that of those with her, inspiring an experience the Spirit in which we live, move and have our being. Her style is playful, deeply inquiring, and intelligent in the synthesis of not only how to access this part of ourselves, but how to live from that place more consistently. She is a retreat and workshop facilitator, TEDx speaker, meditation faculty at the renowned Omega Institute, and fellow seeker on the path to living freely. Check out her Book, Love Calls, CDs, or book her for your retreat, church, or private session.

www.kimberlybraun.com

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