- When: Sunday, 21 April 2019
Dates: Sun 21st to Fri 26th April 2019
Where: Storytelling Hut, Emerson College
Sunday 21st April 7.30-9,30,
Tuition Fee: Gift Economy: Pay what you can*
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A week with Rumi, guided by Duncan Mackintosh and Ashley Ramsden.
This will be a week to plunge together through the words of Rumi into the mystery of our divine human nature.
Ashley Ramsden and Duncan Mackintosh will provide a space to hear, speak, absorb, soak in, and explore aspects of Rumi's poems and stories.
From these they will draw inspiration for exercises and enquiries, meditations and celebrations - soaking Rumi's 'word seeds' in our mutual presence, our direct experience - that we may unfold and flower deepening realizations of the awakening Mystery that we are. This workshop will not be academic, but an intimate and experiential, held in mutual service to unfolding of the divine presence.
"These teachings are milk from the nipple of the soul. They won’t flow unless you suck! Don’t just admire the jug. Drink the water...Do this work, and eventually you'll begin to hear, inside the maundering drunk talk of the drunkards, the sound of the wine-maker, the presence of the Host who serves this wine to us.”
Ashley and Duncan have worked with and performed Rumi's sublime texts both together and independently for over 30 years, as well as travelling other paths of inner exploration.
For over 30 years Duncan has been exploring and leading workshops on direct experience of the mystery of ‘Presence’. As well as training and working as an actor, storytelller, poetry recitor, and being teacher of these arts, he has trained with some of the most cutting edge spiritual teachers of our time. Rumi’s works have been a central thread in his performances and workshops, and he draws inspiration from core teachings of many traditions. The impulse and passion underlying his life and work has been to serve the awakening of our True Identity in and as us. A central aspect of this is LOVE.
Ashley Ramsden is a co-founding director of the School of Storytelling at Emerson College, UK, the longest running centre of its kind. He has facilitated countless courses all over the world for the last 30 years along with appearing at major storytelling festivals and theatres with his acclaimed one-man-shows. He is also a speaker of sacred poetry and the co-creator of This Being Human a CD of Rumi’s work www.ashleyramsden.com