“Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.”– Buddha
The body is a powerful vessel. It emerges from a single fused cell, and grows big enough to contain billions of cells, differentiated organ systems, innumerable neural connections — indeed our very thoughts and emotions.
Holding all of these together is love — from which we came, and to which we return. Unlocking the heart, and connecting the spirit to source can bring lasting peace to the mind, no matter what our life circumstances. Addiction, depression, disease — all illnesses and hardships are opportunities to grow into a more meaningful life.
This series will introduce participants to the Sufi path of healing. We will travel deep into the worlds of the heart, opening to the healing light of the Divine where everything becomes possible.
DATES: January 21-March 3, 2016
TIMES: Thursdays at 5:30 pm PT / 8:30pm ET
SPECIAL OFFER: If you are considering enrolling in the Masters of Divinity Program in the Spring (Year One) you can receive this course for free upon successful submission of your application by January 20th! To make an appointment with our enrollment team to assist you, click here to make an appointment.
Rahima Schmall, Ph.D., R.N. is a faculty member and department head of the Spiritual Healing and Counseling for Physical and Emotional Well-Being Masters program. She is a psychologist, registered nurse and master spiritual healer who has successfully brought spirituality into her clinical practice and teaching for over thirty years. She is also the director of the Healing Intensive Retreat at the Shadiliyya Sufi Center.
She has a deep love of God and is gifted at creating a safe and nurturing space in which people with physical illness or emotional pain can work through their issues to find peace, wholeness and harmony. As a teacher, she has a passion for helping each and every student develop their own unique gifts as a healer and human being.