Integral Christian Network

Integral Christian Network

Mystical Heart Practitioners

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finding a spiritual home in the christianity of tomorrow

Evolving Christians often find themselves lonely. Old friends don’t understand your new experiences and increasingly broader interpretation of the spiritual path. Family and church members start praying you will come to your senses and return to Christianity.

In response to this isolation and in our hope to help provide new pathways forward, we are gathering people together in a new eco network. We seek to connect integral Christians in mystical practice and provide a staging ground for the further evolution of Christianity.

Christianity began in a blaze of mystical experiences which resulted in the first followers of Jesus gathering together often to further experience the presence of God in and through the living presence of Jesus. We have found that Whole Body Awakening in conscious engagement with others on the same journey in WeSpace practice is vastly transforming.

Come experience it for yourself!

 

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Network of Practitioners

  • Connect with other Christians who are seeking to express evolved Christianity in their own lives and contexts.

  • Support one another through the often lonely terrain of mystical living.

  • Learn from one another as we engage in collective discovery of the emergent future of Christian community and practice.

 

WeSpace Communities

  • Online and local groups of mystical practice, practicing Whole Body Awakening into devotion and engagement with Jesus, spiritual guides, and one another.

  • Sharing life, forming connections and relationships with other like-hearted people on the journey of loving evolution.

  • Evolving consciousness through whole-body awakening practices, engaged in collective expression.

 
Image credit: Emmaus by Janet Brooks Gerloff

Image credit: Emmaus by Janet Brooks Gerloff

The integral-mystic lens sees prayer as inspired states of consciousness where we experience God in both relationship and identification.
— Paul Smith