Listening for the Sound of Silence: Intuition & Mystical Perception
Rumi says, “Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation.” But this doesn’t mean that God isn’t talking! God is speaking to us all the time through both the seen and the unseen world. This talk will explore intuitive, meditative, and extrasensory practices we can use to hear God’s voice in our daily lives.
Simon is an interfaith/interspiritual minister, sacred musician, youth worker and wooden boat builder. In all these vocations, he uses music and carpentry as a means to help individuals and groups connect sacred presence with everyday life. As an independent, ordained minister, Simon leads worship, preaches, facilitates workshops, crafts personalized rituals, and performs weddings, baptisms, funerals and other rites of passage for all people. A dynamic and talented preacher, public speaker, and musical performer, Simon has shared his unique combination of creative worship, sacred music, and storytelling with universities, community groups, and spiritual gatherings across the US, Australia, and Scotland. His unusual life and music are the focus of the award-winning documentary film ‘Funny Kinda Guy.’