Hudson Valley Spiritually; Spirituality In Upstate New York's Unique Areas

Spirituality

Chronogram has featured numerous commentators on spiritual issues over the years, the most recent being Bethany Saltman, whose Flowers Fall column ended in January. In her monthly column, Saltman addresses issues of parenting, discussing her experiences with Zen and Buddhist methods and approaches.

Kol Hai Observes Jewish High Holidays 2018 (Sponsored)

Kol Hai Observes Jewish High Holidays 2018 (Sponsored)

Just as nature moves through seasons of activity, dormancy, death, and rebirth, so too does the Jewish calendar flow through an annual cycle of renewal.

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What is Jewish Renewal?

A Spiritual Phenomenon for Modern Times
Shir Yaakov of Kol Hai explains the origins, philosophy, and practices of Jewish Renewal phenomenon and how you can get involved in the Hudson Valley.

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Time Travelers: Hudson Valley Artists 2018 @ Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

Time Travelers: Hudson Valley Artists 2018

June 16-Nov. 11 — The works in the exhibition recognize the universal human desire to experience...
Saugerties Writer's Club @ Saugerties Public Library

Saugerties Writer's Club

Second and Fourth Wednesday of every month, 6 p.m. — Do you like to write? Have you ever thought of writing? Join...

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First Person

Our Spirituality section also includes First Person reflections on issues of the soul. First Person accounts include Bruce Schneider on how his work in a Brooklyn ER helped him understand the Sandy Hook shootings and Bill Vanaver’s conversations on how an experience of shock helped him liberate himself and those around him.

Retreats

Our retreats category profiles a variety of spiritual opportunities and venues in the Hudson Valley, including the New York Land Conservancy’s Sacred Sites as well as meditation opportunities and events at venues like the Garrison Institute, the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, and the Zen Mountain Monastery in Mount Tremper.