In this on-line class, students will explore, develop, and deepen their spiritual practice and encourage others to do the same. The class will be experiential and multi-faith, drawing on some of the wisdom and practices of indigenous traditions, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism, as well as neuroscience, poetry, nature, movement, and the arts. Specific attention will be paid to practices involving mindfulness, sabbath-keeping, gratitude, prayer, compassion, loving kindness, equanimity, and joy. This course is especially designed for those preparing to be religious leaders, chaplains and/or activists. Evaluation will be based on weekly reflections, spiritual practice exercises, and class discussion.