Be inspired by the soul-nourishing stories, heart-opening music, and visionary writings of St. Hildegard of Bingen — a radical luminary who offers profound insight on how we can rise to meet the uncertainties of our time with compassion, conviction, creativity, and grace.
Soften your inner dualities to reclaim the sacred during a powerful meditation with the three wings of wisdom — rich symbolism found in Hildegard’s musical compositions and paintings.
The Creator is a woman and her name is Love...
These are the words of 12th-century mystic and visionary Hildegard of Bingen, the brash and brilliant medieval abbess who rebelled fearlessly against the patriarchy of church and society.
Receiving mystical visions since the age of three, Hildegard professed that God was female and male — and existed in all of the Cosmos and everything within it... including Mother Earth, who in Hildegard’s eyes was the mother of all.
This belief in the divinity of all things was masterfully woven into her paintings and theology, as well as her healing practices, which are still being used today.
As a mystic, author, artist, composer, herbalist, preacher, and theologian who oversaw her own monastery high on a hill in rural Germany, Hildegard knew many centuries ago what is vitally important for us to understand and practice today:
We must honor our interdependence with each other and nature to reclaim the sacred and break the cycle of greed, power politics, and destruction that is destroying Mother Earth and the heart of humanity.
During this thought-provoking hour with Matthew Fox, one of the foremost mystical scholars of our time, you’ll be nourished and revitalized by Hildegard’s inspirational writings, heart-opening music, illuminating stories of her life — and divinely inspired guidance on how we can rise to meet the uncertainties of our time with compassion, conviction, creativity, and grace.
Hildegard maintained that the outer defiling of the natural world and of the feminine overall is mirrored by an inner drying up of our own souls — a malady that is still deeply entrenched in today’s world.
With Matthew, you’ll learn why reconnecting to the web of life, to the Divine, and to our deeper selves is the first step toward reinstating the healing attributes of the feminine into our daily lives.
You’ll venture deep into the resurgence of the feminine... unearthing the archetypal gold that our world desperately needs to rebalance, regenerate, and refocus our shared intention for a just and compassionate world.
You’ll explore all art forms as gateways to our sacred selves — and as portals that allow the wisdom of the Cosmos to enter our world, ushering in new ideas, solutions, virtues, and a truly felt experience of life in the process.
You’ll gain important insights on how to access what Hildegard calls your “greening” power... your sacred sensuality that connects you to the Divine, to your own body, and to your innate ability to “make green” or help heal yourself, your community, and the Earth.
Ultimately, you’ll discover how you are a co-creator of a new story for humanity... and learn, through Hildegard’s rich teachings, how to reclaim your own sacredness and be of service to others and the planet.
During this empowering event, you’ll:
- Learn how Hildegard of Bingen’s perspectives — radical for her time — offer us sage wisdom for healing ourselves, the divisiveness of the collective psyche, and our ravaged Earth
- Connect more deeply with the current resurgence of the Divine Feminine by understanding wisdom as an archetype of the feminine — and heeding the call to balance the masculine archetype of knowledge with its feminine counterpart in our world
- Explore what Hildegard called our “greening power” — and how it not only fuels our vitality but connects us to the sacred sensuality of our bodies and our Earth
- Discover Hildegard’s timely wisdom for replacing the masculine, reptilian approach of control and power-over with the feminine model of partnership with oneself, others, and the earth
- Be immersed in what Hildegard called “original goodness” — the true nature of humanity and facet of beauty in the natural world
- Soften your inner dualities through a deep meditation with the three wings of wisdom — sacred symbolism found in Hildegard’s musical compositions and paintings
In joining modern-day spiritual luminary Mathew Fox’s inspiring event on the radical teachings of St. Hildegard of Bingen, you’ll also hear about his new 16-module journey to expand your sense of the sacred and put your spirituality into action in our burning world through Hildegard’s teachings and healing alchemies.
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Join this FREE video event with Matthew Fox and be inspired by the illuminating stories, heart-opening music, and visionary writings of St. Hildegard of Bingen — a radical luminary who offers profound insight on how we can rise to meet the uncertainties of our time with compassion, conviction, creativity, and grace.
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What People Are Saying About Matthew Fox...
— Bestselling Author Mirabai Starr: “Matthew Fox Will Go Down in History as One of the True Spiritual Geniuses of Our Age”
— Bestselling Author Andrew Harvey: “Matthew Will Illumine Your Life as He Has Illumined Mine”
“[Matthew is] a major teacher and guide.”
I think of Matthew Fox as “God’s Talent Scout” for all the pivotal figures and ideas he has reclaimed for the reform of Christianity. He knows the sources and translates them into modern idioms for the rest of us! What he has done with Hildegard, Eckhart, and Aquinas makes him a major teacher and guide.
— Richard Rohr, OFM, Center for Action and Contemplation, Albuquerque, New Mexico
“Matthew Fox is the Obi-Wan Kenobi of spirituality.”
Matthew Fox is the Obi-Wan Kenobi of spirituality. He has redefined what healthy spirituality is, and what it is not. We should place him at the same level of cultural importance as Thomas Berry, Gandhi, and Dr. King.
— Steve Mortimer, Black Chapel Collective
“If one person deserves credit for the great Hildegard renaissance in our time, it is Matthew Fox.”
If one person deserves credit for the great Hildegard renaissance in our time, it is Matthew Fox. Here in the long-lost legacy of Hildegard of Bingen, Fox found blindingly beautiful paintings, radiant writings overflowing with fresh insights of the deepest kind, prophetic wisdom, and engaged political spirituality. Here was a mystical genius who could help to illuminate the human soul spirituality, ecologically, politically — in every dimension of life.
— Mary Ford-Grabowsky, author of Sacred Voices
“History will name Fox one of the great Christian spirits of our age.”
— John Shelby Spong, author of A New Christianity for a New World
About Matthew Fox
Matthew Fox is a prolific author of books dedicated to renewing the ancient tradition of Creation Spirituality, including Original Blessing, A Spirituality Named Compassion, and Christian Mystics. This earth-based mystical tradition is feminist, welcoming of the arts and artists, honors Indigenous wisdom, works with science, and is committed to interfaith approaches and eco, social, and gender justice.
Matthew’s effort to reawaken the West to its own mystical tradition has sparked awareness of Hildegard of Bingen, Meister Eckhart, Julian of Norwich, and the mysticism of Thomas Aquinas, as well as the wisdom tradition that nurtured Jesus. His work helps reconnect science and spirituality by honoring the sacredness of the Cosmos and interacting with contemporary scientists who are also mystics. He believes that “by reinventing work, education, and worship, we can bring about a nonviolent revolution on our planet.”
Matthew received his doctorate summa cum laude in the History and Theology of Spiritualities from the Institut Catholique de Paris. A member of the Dominican Order for 34 years, he established an Institute in Culture and Creation Spirituality that operated for seven years at Mundelein College in Chicago, and for 12 years at Holy Names University in Oakland.
He founded the University of Creation Spirituality in Oakland in 1996 and was president and professor until 2005, when he left to create a pilot project to reinvent the educational experience for inner-city teenagers.
Matthew is a recipient of many awards, including the Gandhi King Ikeda Award from Morehouse College, which is awarded for dedication to peace, unity, nonviolence, and justice. He also received the Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience Award; other recipients have included the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, and Rosa Parks. He is currently a visiting scholar at the Academy for the Love of Learning in Santa Fe, New Mexico.