Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth’s space is used by a variety spiritual teachers and groups to provide talks, classes, workshops and ceremonies. Please follow the links to learn more about these opportunities for sacred learning and growth.
Knowing Our Spiritual / Energetic Anatomy
Presented by David Winfree
Saturday Aug 15th – 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
All Day Workshop at Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth
Limited to 10 participants due to Social Distancing Requirements
704 Airport Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
David will share the following from his research into the spiritual energetic anatomy of our Souls and our incarnate Personalities. The topics addressed go far beyond any similar workshop you have ever attended. This is a great opportunity to be in a space with like-minded people, be challenged, learn, grow, and evolve!
- The Origin and Evolution of Souls (The Energy / Consciousness / Form Continuum)
- The Central Ray of Light and the Fields and Chakras That Emerge
- How The Central Ray Of Light and Chakras Emerge And Evolve
- The 14 Major Chakras of the Personality from the Crown to the Root (front and rear)
- Comprehending That At This Point In Our Evolution It Is Natural That We Are All Differently Evolved
- How Our Chakras Impact Our Relationships
- How Our Chakras Impact Our Consciousness and Perceptions (so we all perceive differently from each other)
- Understanding People and Current Human Events Better As A Result Of This Knowledge.
- Living Life Better From The Knowledge Received
Please read all of the following detailed information before registering.
Registration is $40 online in advance.
You may register at: www.davidwinfree.com/
Call or email David Winfree if you have questions.
734-353-0906 or dwinfree1
Seating will conform to social distancing guidelines. We will be in the large room so there will be plenty of space to spread out. Those in the audience will be required to wear masks. Please make sure to bring a comfortable mask / face covering, that will prevent respiratory particulate from spreading. The speaker will not be wearing a mask (permissible within current regulations), but will be at a significant distance from audience members. There will be intermissions to stretch, go outside the building, and remove your masks. There will be an approximately one hour lunch break. Please provide your own lunch and beverages. There will be hand sanitizer available, but bringing a small bottle of your own would be a good idea. Please enjoy talking with friends during the lunch and intermission, but keep social distance and wear a mask when conversing in the building. Please use discretion and reasonable safe practices that conform with the current State of Michigan regulations when outside the building.
This event is being videotaped and audio taped for future use. The video camera will be directed toward the speaker, not the audience. If you speak while recording is in progress, your voice will be recorded. Your registration is your admission that you are aware of this and is your permission for David Winfree and his assignees to use your voice, if you make comments or ask questions during the recording, for any and all uses, for sale or other distribution, in whole or in part, online and/or in any other form or media.
Harmony Bones EP Release House Concert
Friday, November 22, 8:00pm
Admission is $10, EPs (CD format) are $10 each, but you can get both admission and an EP for $15! What a deal! It’s a house concert on the west side of Ann Arbor. Seating is limited, so please register in advance online.
Our band Harmony Bones has a new EP! To celebrate, we’ll be doing a house concert here in Ann Arbor. Join Harmony Bones as we celebrate the release of “A Breath Wide.” This EP features three songs written by members of Harmony Bones, using Hosain Mosavat’s poems as lyrics and inspiration. Hosain’s wife Judy Mosavat will perform a few of her own poems during the concert, too.
We will be performing the songs from the EP as well a bunch of other cool arrangements of favorites (All Along the Watchtower on psychedelic sitar, anyone?) and originals.
Harmony Bones is a sextet of Ann Arbor folk music veterans: Jeanne Mackey, Laz Slomovits (of Gemini), Tom Voiles, Linda Teaman and John Lloyd (of Nutshell), and Eric Fithian.
Hosain Mosavat (1936-2018) was a poet, photographer, drummer, music-maker, woodturner, teacher, cook, jokester, and lover of life. Born in Shiraz, Iran, Hosain was a generous, welcoming man who seemed “larger than life”. With his beloved wife Judy, he hosted many local community gatherings and creative collaborations. As Linda Teaman notes, “being Hosain’s friend meant you became part of his family.”
Want to hear a preview of the EP? Check out our CD Baby page!
Deep Spring Center offers programs at Interfaith Center on a regular basis. Deep Spring Center’s primary focus is to speak to the question of how we may live with more wisdom and compassion, with lovingkindness and non-harm to all beings. Our work falls into two categories, meditation and spiritual inquiry.