Feeling our way towards a vibrant future

I collected it Patricia Burke, With Stop5G International

Free Equinox Webinar, 26 Sep, Available here. (18:00 UK time, 1:00pm EST, 10:00am Pacific time, see Here corresponding local time.)

Register in advance for this webinar:

Symphony of Minds: Feeling Our Way to a Vibrant Future It is a webinar co-sponsored by International 5G discontinued and the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Energy in Space. The webinar will bring together people from various fields and advocacy groups to share and nurture minds and hearts as we try to understand these seemingly turbulent and confusing times, and get a feel for what may appear on the horizon.

It is clear and tangible that the world is now going through a crisis on many different fronts. Some of the issues we face now touch almost every one of us deeply and very personally: 5G, climate change, war, Covid, vaccines, satellites, physical and mental health epidemics, political polarization, racism, nuclear weapons, globalization, etc. But there is a silver lining. Crises are so poignant that they seem to be quickly following us toward a much-needed global awakening, reckoning, and rethinking where we’re headed.

As people who care deeply about the state of the world, we spend a lot of our time opposing what is wrong. In doing so, we may unintentionally give strength to who we are don’t do We want, rather than imagine, to show and empower what we are Act Wants.

This webinar is an opportunity to connect arms with advocacy groups and other thinkers, and together envision the kind of world we want.

The shared core values ​​of what we work for can help reduce barriers between advocacy silos and help grow a grassroots movement for global recovery.

So, what kind of future do we want? Having come to the end of their useful lives, do cultural and societal norms give way to new habits and perspectives that better serve the whole of life? Is our extractive view of the bounty of the earth sustainable and does it nourish our souls? Do our institutions encourage the highest potential and unique contributions of each of us, or do they numb us and blindly pit us against one another? Will the changes be mandatory or will they appear organically as we wake up? Can we restore life at the local level in the face of the relentless globalization towards which our civilization appears to be heading? Can we find the balance? How can we overcome the racism, prejudice and “otherness” that are ingrained in our cultures? Should a civilization that uses profit and competition as “wind in our sails” be replaced by one that rides through time with the sweet scent of gratitude? Will labor pains inevitably accompany tremendous suffering as the new world is crowned, or will the excitement of what lies ahead inspire us to “breathe in” the process and welcome the new?

This webinar is intended to be one of the many small steps people around the world are taking to address what went wrong that got us into this abyss; What we do now. And where might we go from here to reach a turning point in global healing and awakening.

Web Speaker Jeremy Lint: What Kind of Worldview Can Enable Sustainable Prosperity on Earth?

Jeremy Lint He is a writer and speaker whose work examines the causes behind the existential crisis of our civilization, and explores paths toward a life-affirming future. award winning book, The Ornamental Instinct: A Cultural History of the Human Search for Meaning, examines the way humans have made meaning of the universe from the times of hunting and gathering to the present day. his new book, The Meaning Web: Merging Science and Conventional Wisdom to Find Our Place in the Universe, a solid foundation for an integrated world view that can lead humanity to a sustainable and prosperous future. The Guardian journalist George Monbiot described him as “one of the greatest thinkers of our time”.

Author’s website:

Living in an ecological civilization

Web Speaker Jan Huddon: Knowing and Sensing Who We Really Are Can Make a Whole World of Difference

Gene Huddon, born in Quebec in 1952, has been at the forefront of the global movement to transform our world onto a sustainable, peaceful and healthy path. Through the global communication network he has developed since 1981, he has launched several initiatives to facilitate peace, environmental awareness, and spiritual awakening. Published two books – A guide to a new world in 1986 and a spiritual environmental novel, immortal child, in 1988 – and hundreds of globally synchronized meditations have been created and connected since April 2000 to help thousands of people experience their inner connections directly to the web of life. Over the past 10 years, he has devoted a lot of time and effort to helping counter the growing threat of electromagnetic pollution. Since 1980, he’s been living in a (self-built) ecohamlet in Quebec where he grows a lot of his own vegetables… and spends a lot of time at the computer to satisfy his passion for communication and educate others to make him a happy heart.


Noticeable: In addition to the webinar, on September 22, Jin will take the lead Equinox Meditation: Revitalizing a Transformation in Global Consciousness.

Julian Dresser Web Speaker: Love, Synchronicity and Celebrating Life

Julian Greiser is an international lawyer, professional negotiator, inventor, and recognized expert on East Asia, and CEO of Big Heart Technologies, a humanitarian organization established to provide tools and resources to enable collaborative innovation and negotiation training. As a negotiator, his most dramatic success included helping a San Francisco-based trading company turn its $8 million after-tax subsidiary into a $1 billion Japanese corporation in seven years. He has served as legal counsel for numerous US, Japanese and European companies on a wide range of business cases, including joint ventures, limited partnerships (venture capital), technology licensing, export controls, customs fraud, antitrust, intellectual property protection, and patent infringement disputes in particular. Julian Greiser has been a Mitsubishi Japanese Law Professor of Japanese Law at Harvard Law School twice and a visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Doshisha University (Kyoto) and Peking University. He was a senior advisor at the US State Department, the World Bank, the Japanese Prime Minister’s Office, the People’s Republic of China, and the European Commission (where he trained the Japanese Commission’s negotiating teams).

Websites: www.alliancefordiscovery.orgAnd www.resiliencemultiplier.comAnd

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Web Speaker Frédérique Apffel-Marglin, Ph.D., Shamanism Healing Diseases of Modernity

Frédérique Apffel-Marglin, Ph.D. He is Professor Emerita, Dpt. She received her Ph.D. in anthropology at Smith College and founded the Sachamama Center for Biocultural Regeneration (SCBR) in the Peruvian upper Amazon in 2009, which she directs. She spent years in India and Peru working with indigenous people and farmers. She worked as a Research Associate at the World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) in Helsinki, part of the United Nations University, for several years in the 1980s and early 1990s. Together with Harvard University economist Stephen A. Marglin, has directed several research projects that question the dominance of the modern paradigm of knowledge. In the early 1990s she decided she could no longer continue ethnographic fieldwork – which she continued to do in the Indian state of Odisha – for ethical and political reasons. She was then invited by the Peruvian intellectual activist group PRATEC to collaborate with them in Peru, which she did until 2005. From 2005 to 2009, she collaborated with the Oro Verde cooperative for fair trade coffee in the upper Peruvian Amazon until 2009 when she established her own center in the same The upper Peruvian Amazon is in the state of San Martin. At SCBR in the Peruvian Upper Amazon, she works with indigenous communities as well as several high schools in the province, regenerating the most sustainable human soil and pre-Columbian climate reduction known as Terra Preta do Indio (Black Land of the Indians). She has authored six books as well as edited or edited nine others and has published around 70 articles and book chapters. Her most recent books are: Subversive Spirituality: How Rituals Enact the World (Oxford U. Pr. New York, 2011); Sacred soil: biochar and the renewal of the earth With Robert Tindall and David Shearer (North Atlantic Books / Penguin Random, 2017) and more recently Contemporary sounds from Anima Mundi Edited with Stefano Varese, Peter Lang, 2020. She is currently working on a book on supreme Amazonian shamanism.


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Mark your calendars for the three world events:

18 Sep 19 Stop the days of global protests for 5G networks

September 22 Equinox Meditation: Revitalizing a Transformation in Global Consciousness

September 26th Free Webinar: Symphony of Minds: Feeling Our Way to a Vibrant Future

Tomorrow in Part 2 of 2, additional web speakers Bruce Gagnon, Henna Maria, Kazuaki Tanahashi, and moderators Ken Borrow and amber yang

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