The Psychology and Spirituality of Thomas Keating, OCSO: an Online retreat with Don Bisson, FMS

The Psychology and Spirituality of Thomas Keating, OCSO: an Online retreat with Don Bisson, FMS

Jan 08, 202108:00 am

Jan 10, 202108:00 am(GMT+0)


Event details

Thomas Keating, the Trappist monk, is best known for his effort in renewing contemplative practice in the Christian tradition. Centering Prayer is now practiced by thousands around the world.

This retreat will focus primarily on Thomas Keating's psychological and spiritual underpinnings of the Christian life.

Presentations will focus on a renewed contemplative attitude personally and communally. The interface with Jungian psychology will be woven throughout the reflections for prayer and conversations. The retreat will include talks by Don, opportunities for small group sharing, and time for Centering Prayer.

The program will begin Friday evening at 4pm and include a full day of programming Saturday, and afternoon presentations on Sunday.

Session 1 - Friday

4:00-6:00 PM Pacific Time

Session 2 - Saturday

9:30am -12:00 PT  

Session 3 - Saturday

2:30 - 5:30 PT

Session 4 - Sunday

2:00 - 4:00PM PT   

Included in the retreat cost is a professionally recorded downloadable audio workshop by Don Bisson for you to listen to before the retreat, and keep for your own personal use. The audio retreat will be sent via Yes Now Productions, the exclusive distributor of Don's audio workshops and intensives.

Don Bisson, FMS is a spiritual director, trainer, and supervisor of directors, who is widely respected as a commentator and workshop leader on the inter-relationship of spirituality and psychology. A Marist brother based in New York, he has graduate degrees in liturgy, spirituality, and transpersonal psychology, and a D.Min. from the Pacific School of Religion in the area of Spiritual Direction and Jungian Psychology. For more information please visit his website: