Vail Valley: Journeys in Living Spirituality continues Saturday |

Vail Valley: Journeys in Living Spirituality continues Saturday

Vail Daily staff report
Vail, CO Colorado

VAIL VALLEY, Colorado –The second Journeys in Living Spirituality session in the Vail Valley will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, at the Avon Library Community Room. This week’s topic is “Living Spiritual Relationships.”

“Relationships are our mirror into how we are or are not living a spiritual life,” says Catherine Zeeb, one of the directors and pastors of Journeys in Living Spiritually. “They reflect back to us what it is we are putting out into the world. If, for example, you’ve not learned boundaries, you may experience relationships that are constantly testing your boundaries – and without boundaries, you may feel used by others.

“Another example could be that you believe a relationship is more than it truly is, leaving you feeling insecure, jealous or feeling like a victim.”

Zeeb is ordained through the Metaphysical Universal Ministries in Pennsylvania. She is a local therapist specializing in spiritual, marriage, family and addiction counseling. Narda Reigel, the other director and pastor of the program, is a certified spiritual director who trained at Spirituality at Work in Denver.

Journeys in Living Spirituality will meet on the first and third Saturdays of each month from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Avon Library community room.

The next session of Journeys in Living Spirituality will be held on Oct. 17 and the discussion will be on “Living with Intention.”

You can contact Reigel at 970-376-3268 or Zeeb at 970-376-6660 or visit her Web site,, for further information.

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