What does it mean to be spiritually mature, particularly for modern-day women? Sherry Anderson and Patricia Hopkins traveled the United States and Canada, interviewing women who were described as having a direct inner connection with the sacred. In this interview they share the stories of some of these remarkable women and the conclusions they reached about spirituality in the daily lives of us all. “There isn’t only one gate to the sacred,” says Anderson, “there are ten thousand gates, there are infinite gates.” (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)
Sherry Ruth Anderson, Ph.D. is a psychologist. She and her husband Paul Ray are founding partners of Integral Partnerships, LLC, designed to help those organizations whose constituencies or customers are Cultural Creatives to be more successful through aligning their internal activities and values with the values and needs of their constituencies or customers.
Anderson and Ray are co-authors of:
Patricia Hopkins is a consultant with nonprofit organizations.
Anderson and Hopkins are co-authors of the best-selling:
To learn more about the work of Sherry Anderson go to www.culturalcreatives.org.
Topics Explored in This Dialogue
- How you can develop your spiritual maturity
- What are some common threads of women’s spiritual experiences
- How does relationship relate to the inner sacred
- How women relate to nature as sacred
- What men can learn from women
- What are some of the many routes to spiritual maturing
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