Easter Morning at Interfaith Community Sanctuary
10 am, Sunday, April 5, 1763 NW 62nd Street, Seattle

Explore and experience the Christian message of Easter with a deep conversation shared between Ann Holmes Redding, Rabbi Ted Falcon, and Imam Jamal Rahman.

InterSpiritual Seder led by Rabbi Ted

With spiritual deepening from
Imam Jamal Rahman and Ann Holmes Redding

Wed., April 8, 6 pm (ritual begins promptly at 6:30 pm), Interfaith Community Sanctuary,

$35/person ($37.22 with service charge), includes a kosher-style meal; vegan option available. Make your reservation at BrownPaper Tickets.

Sunday, April 12, Center for Spiritual Living

5801 Sand Point Way NE

The Secret Spiritual Challenge of Polarization
Worship at 9 and 11 am

How do we get out of “good guys-bad guys” thinking where someone always needs to lose for the other to win and be happy? Rabbi Ted will explore ways to live free from the manipulation of media and of our own mind so that we become more fully part of the solution rather than part of the problem.

Healing Personal Polarizations on Your Path to Spiritual Freedom
Workshop 1:30 to 3 pm

Rabbi Ted sees our collapse into polarization to be the most threatening aspect of the health of our culture and our own peace of mind. This is an experiential workshop inviting participants to identify and transform the personal triggers leading to an automatic polarization that inhibits our spiritual journey. Please bring writing materials, curiosity, and the willingness to risk true freedom.

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Spiritual guide, author, teacher and therapist
Chosen as one of the Jewish Daily Forward's Most Inspiring Rabbis of 2014, Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, has been a student and teacher of Jewish meditation and Kabbalah for over forty years. With gentleness and humor, he offers unique insight into spirituality while deeply affirming the integrity of each individual being.
As part of the Interfaith Amigos, Rabbi Ted explores the frontiers of interfaith spirituality. Karen Armstrong calls their "exuberant and courageous" second book, Religion Gone Astray: What We Found at the Heart of Interfaith, "an inspiration and example for all of us in these sadly polarized times."

We release our ashes best by remembering that behind all our roles, we carry the Flame of awareness, the Light of consciousness. That radiance can be so easily eclipsed by the stresses we experience, and dimmed behind pretense. Our roles are conditional, but the Light we carry is not.

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Photo of Rabbi Ted and Rev. John: Ruth Neuwald Falcon