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In the Media | 11.21.18

Dr. Rabi Discusses Book Project with Bowen Island Undercurrent

Dr. Shahar Rabi, Assistant Professor in the M.A. in Counselling Psychology program at Adler University’s Vancouver Campus, talked to the Bowen Island Undercurrent about publishing a new book on the future of community, culture, and religion.

“People have a lot of access to personal growth and there are fantastic books about how to become a mature person, how to heal,” Dr. Rabi said. “My curiosity is about what happens beyond that. Because a lot of us can’t go back to traditions, to religion, to structures that don’t work for us anymore. There are not a lot of structures to take us beyond the individual journey, back into a collaborative-collective space.”

Read the Bowen Island Undercurrent article, “Finding a Collective Spirituality on Bowen.”

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