An Invitation to our Leading Deep Change Learning Community
Before the crumbling façade of normal buries us, we invite you to participate in creating a novel learning group. Now is our time to dream bigger dreams and have deeper conversations, to take actions and make connections we didn’t think possible a few months ago.
We seek to manifest a community of practice; to cherish our diversity of experiences, age, wealth, culture, gifts, talents and focus. What tools and rituals might we learn, so we can craft ceremonies and paths that lead us all to a just and sane world? What calls to you: a self-care group, a research group, a justice group or an action group? How can we improve our leadership and relationship skills? How do we rebuild trust and bond around our shared values, needs, intentions, and visions?
Gathering Leaders for Deep Change
On December 8th & 9th, we brought in many voices from our community to share their interests and insights into how we can best serve this calling. What emerged from these sessions was the importance of an ongoing sense of community and our need for connection. We seek to bring our deep values and full hearts, with an eagerness to learn together how to lead transformation in alignment with our truest spirits. We long to embrace our curiosity and welcome many points of view, in an atmosphere of trust.
From Our Brainstorms
“authentic connection with a lot of presence”
“accurate, attuned, heart-to-heart”
“build community in a time of division”
“align with the natural and with justice”
“find ways to come from our heart”
“want to participate, be inspired, offering my gifts”
We welcome you to join us as we step into this adventure. We are planning to have two cohorts, one in the daytime and one in the evening. People may participate in one or both.
This is the time we have been waiting for. Show up, speak up, step up. Be truly human, and being that, be well.
If you are interested, sign up, and we’ll include you in future conversations.
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