WRITTEN AND PRESENTED BY LUCINDA VARDEY
My Head to My Soul
A personal talk about radical change in career.
(l998 for Women in Networking, Guelph and Toronto)
as Guru: Experiencing Christ Through the Spiritual
Practices of the East.
Discovering a deepening
personal relationship with Christ through the
practice of yoga and what was learnt through Hinduism
and study and experiences at an ashram.
(l998 Regis College, Toronto School of Theology
l999 Waterloo Catholic School Board Annual Retreat)
Women's Spirituality Through Women's Prayers
Using material from The Flowering of the Soul
book of women's prayers (published l999), an overview
on the primary shared virtues of women who pray
from all religions.
(l999 Leading Edge Seminar Group, Toronto)
Voice of Women's Spirit
A more comprehensive talk about the language of
women's spiritual understanding and experience
through their prayers.
(l999 George Ignatieff Theatre, University of
Feminine Bearers of God
A talk on feminine mysticism, the Blessed Mother
Mary and the heritage of divine embodiment. Especially
suitable for the Feast of the Annunciation.
(l999 Newman Centre, University of Toronto 2000
The Catholic Biblical Society Toronto Chapter)
Prayer, Prayerful Action
An short address for women on contemplation and
(200l Women's World Day of Prayer, England)
Therapy: Living a Spiritual Life
The steps required to move beyond the therapeutic
understanding into a deeper conscious life.
(200l Anima International Conference, Toronto)
Contemplative Self: Finding the Stillness in Action
Sponsored by a chaplaincy for nurses, this talk
is suitable for caregivers and includes exercises.
(200l St. Elizabeth Centre for Homecare, Toronto)
Words: The Language of the Feminine Spirit
A full lecture on the ways and means by which
the collective divine feminine is emerging in
our world through historical links, archetypical
revelations, personal experiences and organizational
(2002 St Jerome's University, Waterloo, Ontario)
Christianity Embodying the Eastern Traditions
An exploration into Christ's mysticism through the Buddhist, Hindu and Taoist perspectives. (2004 Regis College, Toronto)