• May 9, 2020 at 10:00:00

All Will Be Well With Mirabai Starr

“All will be well and all will be well and every kind of thing shall be well.” —14th century mystic, Julian of Norwich (translation by Mirabai Starr)

No matter where we are individually and collectively on our journey through the coronavirus pandemic on May 9th, we will still be living in a time of uncertainty about the future.

The long term economic, health, and emotional effects of this pandemic are unknown. But we can look to the wisdom of 14th century mystic, Julian of Norwich, to guide us through these days.

Mirabai Starr, author of a contemporary translation of The Showings of Julian of Norwich, knows Dame Julian intimately through her writings and will share her wisdom and the deeper meaning beneath her famous words “All will be well.” Also referenced in Mirabai’s latest book, Wild Mercy: Living the Fierce and Tender Wisdom of the Women Mystics, Dame Julian’s faith brought her peace despite the suffering she experienced.

Come be with us virtually as Mirabai wraps us in the loving, compassionate, and fierce wisdom of Julian of Norwich, so we may move through these challenging times with more hope, faith, and compassion.

Together, we will:

  • Experience the feminine face of God through Dame Julian’s writings.
  • Be reminded that “we each carry a spark of the Holy One inside us, and this can never be extinguished.”
  • Explore how any suffering we’re experiencing can be seen as “a purifying fire, a blessing in itself.”
  • Remember or begin to awaken to the truth “that we are unconditionally adored by God.”

Leave this time together refreshed in spirit, more hopeful, and more compassionate for self and others.

Date:

Saturday, May 9th

Time:

10:00AM – 11:30PM

Fee:

$30.00

Location:

Virtually via Zoom

Facilitator:

Mirabai Starr
About our Facilitator

Mirabai Starr

A dear friend of Eremos, Mirabai returns to be with us for a 3rd time at Wild Mercy for the Earth in May 2021 (postponed from May 2020 due to COVID-19). She writes creative non-fiction and contemporary translations of sacred literature. She taught Philosophy and World Religions at the University of New Mexico-Taos for 20 years and now teaches and speaks internationally on contemplative practice and interspiritual dialog.

She is the award-winning author of God of Love: A Guide to the Heart of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, Caravan of No Despair: A Memoir of Loss and Transformation, and Mother of God Similar to Fire, a collaboration with iconographer, William Hart McNichols. Her latest book is Wild Mercy: Living the Fierce & Tender Wisdom of the Women Mystics. She lives with her extended family in the mountains of northern New Mexico.