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Rev. Dr. Sushmita Mukherjee

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Rev. Dr. Sushmita Mukherjee’s life and career straddle cutting-edge biomedical research technology and a spirituality that is easily categorized. In both scientific and spiritual realms, her work lives at the interface of image, imagination and creativity.

As a scientist, Sushmita works as an Associate Professor of Research, and a Co-Director of the Microscopy and Image Analysis Core Facility, at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City.

Her spiritual home is at the One Spirit Learning Alliance, where she is an Academic Dean of the Interfaith/Interspiritual Seminary Program. Sushmita is an ordained interspiritual minister and a trained spiritual companion/counselor.

Sushmita’s spiritual work is deeply influenced by the teachings of Carl Jung and James Hillman, and the creative perspectives of poets and writers, too many to name. Some of her specific interests include myths, dreams, poetry and art, with a special focus on Fractal art, altar building, guided visualizations, and the practice of SoulCollage®. In terms of world traditions, Sushmita’s work draws on Hindu and Greek myths, Earth-based traditions, Taosim, Sufism, and Perennial Philosophy. Sushmita’s spirituality is squarely oriented toward holding a paradox – finding that “yes, and” place that encompasses apparent polarities of light and dark, masculine and feminine, spiritual striving and community engagement. Sushmita has a keen eye for inclusivity, especially inviting in anyone who feels “otherized” by mainstream traditions.

Events with Rev. Dr. Sushmita Mukherjee

woman playing the bongo drums Soul Spa Wellness Weekend for BIPOC Leaders
August 5 - 7, 2022

Restoring Wholeness A DHARMAKAYA CENTER STILL PROGRAM CO-SPONSORED BY THE HOLISTIC HEALTH COMMUNITY Let’s face it: Implicit and explicit racism is draining. Soul depleting. And in some cases, life threatening. Today, the trauma of racism is being discussed and witnessed across diverse segments of the population and associated institutions. The time for change is ripe. We need to find creative and meaningful ways to support the leaders who bring this critical work forward. Our response: The Soul Spa Weekend led by four fabulous BIPOC presenters. Join us as we sponsor 12 BIPOC Leaders who must not only navigate their own…

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