What is a "transformational breath facilitator"?
Vaun Swanson says Denver Seminary taught her to "determine for myself what the author (of Scripture) was intending to communicate to us..."
Even the most complementarian of men will go to any length to avoid Scripture texts that speak of women being susceptible to deception. But then we get hit in the face with a stiff dose of women-together-doing-yikes! and it's hard not to wonder if it's time for someone to blow a clear note of warning...Maybe it's time for some brave pastor in Denver to do a sermon on Eve being deceived, illustrating the point with Pomegranate Place, a mystical womb featured on Denver Seminary's "Stories of Transformation" page where the seminary commends works of its alumni.
There are so many bad things here. Denver pastors, elders, Titus 2 women, and husbands take warning.
Read what each psycho-therapist says about herself and her work. Check out their guiding principles. Reminds me of life in Boulder and the Burning Man Festival--both at the same time. Denver Seminary joins InterVarsity Christian Fellowship to work for a post-Christian Evangelicalism.
Here we have spiritists galore. They offer "herbal therapists" and "mindful eating coaches" and "healing methods that get to the core" and a "dream facilitator" who graduated from the Kerouac School at Naropa University and "writers of the alchemical self" and "spiritual directors" and "spiritual guides" and "intuitive counselors" and "cultural creatives" and "drugless practitioners" and "certified massage therapists" and "nia instructors" and "Maya abdominal massagers" and "spiritual plant healers" and "creators of tranformative space and sacred containers" (sic) and "a midwife to the spirit" who specializes in leading women to "celebrating their 'instatus nascendi' jewels hidden with in matter" (sic). Finally, the omnipresent "Jung analysts," "Certified Enneagram Teachers," "transformational breath facilitators," and "creators of sacred vessels."