Spiritual Promiscuity

& the Bodhisattva Path

June 15 - 20, 2018

Join interspiritual author and teacher, Mirabai Starr, for an exploration of the many ways the wellspring of wisdom at the heart of all religious and spiritual traditions resources us to become a resource for others.

In this gathering, we follow the streams of mystical longing and social justice through readings from the ecstatic poetry of the mystics, investigating sacred texts of the world’s great religions, sitting in contemplative silence, chanting the names of God in an array of languages, and engaging in deep dialogue through conversation and writing.

Discover the unifying teachings and experience the heart-opening practices that carry us beyond the intellectual understanding of humanity’s many spiritual paths, to the place where we are transformed by the love at their common core.

Mirabai Starr is the author of the long-anticipated memoir, Caravan of No Despair: A Memoir of Loss & Transformation. In her critically acclaimed new translations of the mystics and reflections on the unifying teachings at the heart of all spiritual paths, Mirabai uses fresh, lyrical language to help make timeless wisdom accessible to a contemporary circle of seekers.

Mirabai was an adjunct professor of Philosophy and World Religions at the University of New Mexico-Taos for 20 years.  Her emphasis has always been on making connections between the perennial teachings found at the heart of all the world’s spiritual paths, in an effort to promote peace and justice.

Mirabai speaks and teaches nationally and internationally on the teachings of the mystics and contemplative practice, and the transformational power of grief and loss.


In this Hollyhock Talks Podcast, Mirabai Starr speaks about the inter-spritual path and mystical love and what it means to be polyamourous and radically monogamous when it comes to a relationship the Sacred: