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Presented by Kess Frey

Kess Frey

Saturday, February 16
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.



The earliest Biblical accounts of the origins of our individual souls and the human condition are given in Genesis 1-3. These include what’s been called our Original Goodness or Blessing, and Original Sin. These themes are further echoed in the Prologue to John’s Gospel and in Timothy 4:4 (Everything created by God is good). An allegorical interpretation of these Scripture passages reveals that we are both human beings facing significant challenges and spiritual beings with a divine potential. The chief challenges and aim of the spiritual journey is, with God’s help, to integrate and unite these two basic aspects of our nature. The path of Centering Prayer is a simple and effective way to facilitate this process. Kess will be exploring this topic with the presentation of two talks entitled “The Fruits of the Fall” and “What Needs to be Transformed?”

Kess Frey has studied Eastern and Western Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion since 1965. Kess met Thomas Keating in 1989 and has been involved with Centering Prayer ever since. He lives in Anchorage, Alaska, where he offers Introductory Centering Prayer Workshops, facilitates prayer groups and retreats, and is active in prison ministry. He has written several books including Human Ground Spiritual Ground, Paradise Lost and Found: A reflection on Centering Prayer’s Conceptual Background and The Will of Divine Love: Centering Prayer and the Spiritual Psychology.

Cost: $40  
RSVP: By Thursday, February 14  
When: Saturday, February 16  
 Time: 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.  
Registration: Register ONLINE  
  Or, you can print the REGISTRATION FORM and mail it, along with your registration, to the Center   
  You may also register by calling the Center at (303) 698-7729  
Place: 3650 Yates St. Denver, CO 80212  





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