These open discussions and workshops are open to everyone. They cover a range of topics at a variety of locations throughout the state. People of all faiths, traditions, and walks of life can share insights and find common ground at these events.


“Learn to go inside yourself because this is the source of all truth. There are a lot of holy temples out here but the most sacred of all is the temple inside of you, because this is where you meet with the Holy Spirit, the Voice of God.”

Harold Klemp, Spiritual Experiences Guidebook


Dreams & Soul Travel – Keys to Inner Truth 
If you are curious about exploring past life recall and the significance of your dreams, this open discussion is a chance to meet with others who share your spiritual interests.  By looking within, you can unlock your dreams, understand past and present relationships, and gain valuable insights to improve the quality of your life every day. A spiritual exercise will be shared to actively tap your inner truth through Soul Travel.
Wednesday, June 13, 6:30 – 7:30 pm – Upper Valley Food Co-op, 193 Main Street, WRJ



Life after Death 
What happens when we die?  What can near-death or out-of-the body experiences teach us?   Can we experience heavenly worlds in this lifetime or meet with departed loved ones? What can help us deal with grief? All are welcome to this open discussion which will explore these questions. Try a spiritual exercise that can help unlock the secrets of life after death.
Wednesday, September 12, 6:30 – 7:30 pm – Upper Valley Food Co-op, 193 Main Street, White River Junction



 Have You Had a Spiritual Experience?
Have you ever had the experience of seeing spiritual lights or hearing inner sounds, had strong intuitions or deja vu, dreams of flying, past life recall or an out-of-body experience? Here is a chance to share and explore your experiences with others.  There will be an opportunity to try a spiritual exercise that can open the way for more spiritual experiences in your life.
Thursday, September 13, 6:00 – 7:00 pm – Ilsley Public Library, 75 Main Street, Middlebury