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Upcoming Communiversity Sessions!

Wednesday, June 23 at 6pmMST

Dave Lively is a dynamic speaker who specializes in shining light on hidden narratives. You're invited to share in Dave's knowledge and passion for the West side of Rocky Mountain National Park through this presentation about the Harbison Sisters of 19th Century Grand Lake.

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This is a free event offered through the Shadowcliff Communiversity Series. If you enjoy these programs, please consider donating to Shadowcliff or volunteering to lead a Communiversity session by contacting!


W H A T ' S  I N C L U D E D ?

4 Online Lectures / 4 Sharing Facilitated Sharing Sessions


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Lecture 1
What really gives us joy? There are four arenas (at least) for self-encounter and -exploration: the physical, the intellectual, the emotional, and the spiritual. In each, who are we each? Where have we sacrificed and where have we developed?

Lecture 2
What have our responsibilities taught us? Taking on a long-term commitment, whether it is a relationship, a job, or a project of some sort shapes who we are. Psychological development depends on these sorts of engagements. How has what you have committed to changed and matured you?

Lecture 3
The wonderful world of long term relationships. What in particular does a long term relationship with another person develop within us? (Long term relationships take many forms. Children and life partners are the most common, but there are others.)

Lecture 4
What has our spiritual journey taught us? In many ways, any journey is a spiritual journey. We will be looking in particular here at the relationship with the transpersonal, however we name it. What were we taught as children, how did our sense of the Holy develop over time, and what is it like now?


8 Weeks starting Tuesday, June 1st - July 20th
3-5 PM Mountain Standard Time
$275 to join in!

Laurie Gudim is a retired psychotherapist whose practice spanned over 30 years. With an M.A., in professional psychology extensive experience in lay leadership in the Episcopal Church, and training and experience in eliciting spiritual autobiographies from people of all faith traditions or none, Ms. Gudim has a deep reverence for the wisdom of individuals in relationship with that which is holy or spiritual to them. 



In case you missed it...view recordings of past Communiversity sessions here!


"Master of Noods"

with Ivy Summers, Shadowcliff Staff 2014


Print Isn’t Dead! How to Publish, from Start to Finish“

with Tina Casagrand, Volunteer


Disappearing Cultures in the Ecuador Amazon”

with Gabo Vidal, Former Staff


An Introduction to Journaling and Mindfulness”

with Ariana Friedlander, Board Chair


“Scottish Traditional Music Comes to Shadowcliff”

with the Lean Family, Former Staff


“Studio Tour: WoodSong Studio Custom Furniture” 

with Kelly Parker, Volunteer


“Get Your Kraut on! How to make your own kraut!”

with Emily Cesca, General Manager


“Kombucha 101”

with Liv Morrow, Volunteer


“How to fold a fitted sheet and other life lessons from Shadowcliff”

with Skelley Warren, Board Member


“Freelancing in the Wild”

with Luke McKinney, Past Guest


“Discovering the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail”

with Andrea Kurth, CDTC



with Brandon Goober, 2020 On-site Caretaker
with Harvey Stone, Past Group Speaker
with Kelly Yarbrough, Board Member


with Michael Dorosh, Group Leader, Board Member


“The History of Boating on Grand Lake”

with Ken Fucik, Grand Lake Partner