The Silent Watcher
September 26 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic,
this event has been postponed until further notice.
~ Conveyer of the Soul’s Intention ~
Understanding the soul, and how to express its loving wisdom, is the hallmark of discipleship. Yet beyond knowing the wisdom of the soul, a more fundamental question often eludes us. That is, what is the soul’s raison d’être—its reason for being? The answer comes when we realize that the soul’s purpose is something transmitted to it, not created by it. Deeper than the soul is found the abode of pure spirit. And, it is within this subtle dimension where the source of the soul’s purpose is found. For in that realm resides the custodian of purpose itself—an entity esoterically referred to as The Silent Watcher.
Until we are standing at the threshold of full enlightenment, the Silent Watcher remains unconscious to us. It is the ego demands of the personality, coupled with the impurities still existing within its garments (mental, emotional and physical bodies) that shroud the Silent Watcher from our view. Nonetheless, this entity steadily conveys a purposeful impulse to the soul while remaining quietly hidden behind the so-called Veils of Illusion.
During this seminar, William will closely examine the nature and existence of the Silent Watcher. He will also deeply consider the Veils of Illusion, as well as various methods or techniques for lifting them within ourselves. Paralleling this, the essential role of Revelation will be highlighted, and how it uncovers the Silent Watcher patiently awaiting discovery.
~ We hope you can join us ~
September 26, 2020 (Saturday)
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Holy Wisdom Monastery
4200 County Road M
Middleton, WI 53562
$100 (Includes lunch and refreshments)
Preregistration Required. To register, please contact Sue Brouillette at email@example.com , or (608) 298-7151. For online registration, see below under “Tickets”.
For people coming from a distance, the Holy Wisdom Monastery does provide overnight accommodations. This is handled separately by contacting the monastery directly at 608-836-1631, or http://benedictinewomen.org/about/staff/.