Awe To Action
a day of exploration & dialogue

Saturday July 10, 2004
9AM to 11PM
Registration starts at 8AM

First Unitarian Universalist Church
1187 Franklin Street @ Geary
San Francisco
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Moments of awe and wonder -­ whether experienced in meditation, communing with nature, or in radical self-expression in a temporary desert city -­ can bring us to our knees and open our hearts in ways that truly change our lives. How can we translate our personal experiences of awe into effective action for the benefit of our communities and our world?

You are invited to join an inspiring gathering of scholars, scientists, spiritual practitioners, artists, community leaders and awestruck visionaries of every kind in a day of exploration and dialogue. Plenary and panel presentations by Huston Smith, internationally recognized author of The World's Religions; Larry Harvey, founder of the Burning Man Festival; and many others are combined with dozens of breakout/discussion sessions and experiential explorations for you to share and create.

This unique event is presented by the Council on Spiritual Practices and the UCLA Working Group on Awe-Inspiring Experiences. It is supported by the Templeton Foundation and the Metanexus Institute, and cosponsored by the California Institute of Integral Studies and the Association for Transpersonal Psychology.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Registration Options:

$75: regular rate
$120: sponsorship rate (help others to attend)
$45: students/low income rate

All options include lunch and dinner, entry to all daytime sessions, and a special evening event for a full 14 hours of inspiration and inquiry.

Limited attendance... so register now!

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