Kay demonstrates listening as a way of being profoundly present with each other and our own inner wisdom.
About sixty women from the Black Hills area came together recently for Gather the Women, a worldwide movement to give women greater power through collaboration.
Kathe Schaaf Interviewed on How To Be A Holy Rascal Program
If you take 1 thing away from this profile of Kay Lindahl, today, it should be this: She’s the woman behind The Sacred Art of Listening. As Editor of Read The Spirit, a well-thumbed copy of Kay’s book has been a part of my own collection of essential reading for more than a decade.
We have heard this all before - a woman stepping forward to tell her story of being sexually assaulted and a powerful man denying the allegations as other men question the integrity of the survivor. At a time when America seems to be wrestling with so many of its own inner demons and with its ugly history of unresolved trauma - this is a complex story for both men and women. The relentlessness with which these kinds of stories keep coming at us is exhausting — and yet it is a precious gift because we are being forced to look at something we have all colluded unconsciously to keep hidden.
Reaching Beyond No By Kay Lindahl and Kathe Schaaf When order crumbles, mystery arises. – John Shea in Stories of God (2007) We are living in a remarkable time for humanity. The old order is indeed crumbling around us. We are being faced daily with new and alarming consequences of our degradation of the Earth, a greed-based value system that undermines human dignity, and a culture of fear that fuels violence and hatred of the ‘other.’ The news is not all bad; we are also catching more frequent glimpses of exciting new ways to live and learn together on this planet with compassion, peace, justice, and sustainability. We know what kind of future we want to create – we just don’t know yet how to create it. [...]
We can’t help but notice that the world seems to have suddenly ‘discovered’ the value of women.
Reading resource for Mary Magdelene.
Kay Lindahl, the founder of The Listening Center, conducts workshops on Listening as a Spiritual Practice. True listening is a creative force that can transform relationships.
The North American Interfaith Network (NAIN) gathering in Phoenix, Arizona, last July included a visit to a Hindu temple where a meal was shared along with questions, stories, and new friendships