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Biospiritual Focusing: Praying with the Whole Self (Deborah Sheehan, M.A)

God looked at everything he had made and found it very good (Gen 1:31). Biospiritual Focusing is a way of opening the whole of ourselves mind, body, and spirit to a deeper connectedness with God, others, and self. Join us to learn more about how gently being with what is present within your embodied self can open the door to a deeper story and to a greater sense of wholeness. This practice is simple yet profound. It can be helpful for anyone young child to senior. It requires no more than showing up and a willingness to engage contemplatively with what is going on within. And the potential for transformation and growth unfolds in the process.

(Includes Program Fee, Meal and Taxes)

**If you are exempt from Nebraska state taxes, would like to arrive earlier or depart later, or require special meal arrangements, please contact us. Cancellation Policy: The total cost includes a program fee, which is non-refundable, but which can be used for future retreats.

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Deborah Sheehan, M.A., is a spiritual director, retreat director, and adjunct lecturer in the Creighton University Christian Spirituality Program. Her interest in embodied spirituality has matured in a variety of settings working with people of all ages. Married 47 years, she has four adult children and ten grandchildren.