This is a follow-up retreat for those who attended our March 2019 retreat and want to go deeper into how to use IFS as a contemplative practice for personal healing and spiritual transformation.
Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a contemplative, soulful, and non-pathologizing approach to personal healing and spiritual transformation. As a contemporary spiritual path, IFS deepens our connection to a sacred Source of loving energy; it tends, with care, the cacophony of emotions, impulses, and interior self-chatter that so often swirl within us; and it restores us to our true Self, that reservoir of personal power, expansiveness, and compassion that dwells within every human being. This retreat day is an opportunity to explore and experience how self-compassion, fused with sacred compassion, restores both ourselves and our relationships with others.
Registration - coming soon
About the Presenter
Dr. Frank Rogers, Jr. is a spiritual director, supervisor, certified IFS practitioner, retreat leader, writer, and professor of spiritual formation at the ecumenical and inter-faith Claremont School of Theology. He has taught spirituality, contemplative practice, and compassionate social engagement for over 30 years, and has written numerous articles and books including Practicing Compassion and Compassion in Practice: The Way of Jesus. As the Co-Director for the Center for Engaged Compassion, he offers and teaches compassion-based approaches to spiritual direction and supervision.