(S1)Gratefully At Home in the Body Anne Benvenuti, PhD; Elizabeth Davenport, PhD

Examine a neuroscience model of spiritual practices as integration leading to embodied knowledge of ourselves as members within larger systems. Review cumulative neuroscience research to illustrate implications for discernment, spiritual practice, and spiritual direction. Using experiential exercises from Eastern, Western, and Indigenous traditions, we will explore different kinds of neuro-integration facilitated by various spiritual practices. Anne Benvenuti, PhD, Episcopal priest, is a visiting scholar at University of Chicago Divinity School and Georgetown University Medical School, USA. She has a depth of personal experience in three traditions: Buddhism, Christianity, and Shamanism. Elizabeth Davenport, PhD, Dean of Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago, USA, oversees religious life with students, faculty, and community leaders of all world traditions.