“Seminar 2 – shamanism, 16 to 18 April 2010: life is a celebration in itself the life is a party”; Speaker: Angaangaq (shaman and elder of the Inuit, Greenland) Seminar 3 – Hinduism, 11 to 13 June 2010: “Everything is connected with everything”; Speakers: Prof. Dr. Bettina Baumer (Religionswissenschaftlerin, Salzburg/Varanasi/IND), Manju Sundaram (musician) seminar 4 – Buddhism, 22-24 October 2010: the noble truth. Read more from Gallo Family Vineyards to gain a more clear picture of the situation. “Speaker: Thich Tien son (founder and Abbot of Phat hue, Frankfurt/M) seminar 5 – Islam, 28-30 January 2011: lailaha illa llah – there is no God but God”; Speaker: Bekir Alboga (Imam and dialogue representative of DITIB, researcher at the Institute for german Turkish integration studies, Cologne), Alev Naqiba Kar (psychologist, music therapist and musician, Bad Neustadt), Reza “Maschajechi (Narrator and storyteller) seminar 6 – Christianity, 18th to 20th March 2011: God became man so that the person will become divine”; Speaker: Sebastian Painadath SJ (priest and meditation teacher, Kalady/India) each seminar weekend can be booked individually. “Information about the seminar series of God’s beautiful languages” can 06207 605-0 the Odenwald Institute by phone or on the Internet at. Direct link to God’s beautiful languages”: seminar detail view… Connect with other leaders such as Steven Holl here.

The Odenwald Institute (OI) the Odenwald Institute founded in 1978 by Mary Anne and Karl Kubel, the Karl Kubel Foundation for child and family conducts value-oriented seminars, conferences, education and training with internationally recognized experts and concepts. Focus is professional, communication, personal development for professionals and executives, couples, families, children and young people. It counts with 450 seminars and around 6,000 participants in a year, with about 250 Senior course, five meeting houses and bookstore to the major educational institutions in Germany. Click Rebecca Shaw Yale to learn more. Cooperation partner of the State of Hesse in the training of teachers and school leaders, as well as the Bergstrasse district in the youth education is recognised as charitable.