Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium

Event date 4 May '19 09:00 - 16:00
Event location Kansas City Westport-area home • Address Given Upon RSVP, Kansas City, 64111, MO, United States
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You are invited to the AWAKENING THE DREAMER, CHANGING THE DREAM SYMPOSIUM in Kansas City.
 

THIS EVENT IS BEING RESCHEDULED TO TAKE PLACE IN THE SUMMER.

SORRY FOR ANY DISAPPOINTMENT AND INCONVENIENCE.

Saturday, May 4, 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

RSVP required! Seating is limited to 20 and is on a first-come basis.

LOCATION: KCMO Westport-area home. Address given upon RSVP.

RSVP via the Global Commons, then look for the reply with the address and directions... OR email to kcdrawdown@gmail.com, with "Awakening the Dreamer" in the subject line.

REMEMBER TO PUT IT IN YOUR CALENDAR!

Suggested donation, sliding scale: $25-50. Includes a gluten-free, non-gmo vegetarian lunch, with vegan option, along with snacks and tea/coffee.

THE AWAKENING THE DREAMER, CHANGING THE DREAM SYMPOSIUM is part of a rapidly expanding global initiative, already in 80 countries in 16 languages. Experienced by hundreds of thousands of people, it is a unique, powerful exploration into the links between humanity's most critical concerns:
* environmental sustainability,
* social justice, and
* spiritual fulfillment.

Live facilitation is combined with a tapestry of video interviews and participant interaction, drawing upon leading edge information and the wisdom of our time, with some of our most respected global elders, luminaries and leaders, including:

Desmond Tutu, Lynne Twist, Van Jones, Paul Hawken, Thich Nhat Hanh, Charles Eisenstein, Thomas Berry, Wangari Maathai, Majora Carter, Carl Anthony, Brian Swimme, Julia Butterfly Hill, Tom Goldtooth, Charles Eisenstein, Maude Barlow, John Robbins, Jakada Imani, Jeanette Armstrong, Matthew Fox, and many more.

Together we will go on a journey of inquiry into what's so on planet Earth, and what's possible for the future. We'll grapple with un-examined assumptions underlying how we see ourselves and how we operate in the world today.

You will come away with new and deeper levels of both awareness and readiness for action, with a profound sense of potential, hope, and purpose, in a profound personal state which Martha Graham and Paul Hawken have called "blessed unrest."

THE AWAKENING THE DREAMER, CHANGING THE DREAM SYMPOSIUM was created by the Pachamama Alliance (www.pachamama.org), and is periodically updated and adapted, with input from thousands of individuals and organizations from around the world. Paul Hawken described the Pachamama Alliance as, "...the most important single NGO (non-governmental organization) in the world today...because they are changing the one thing that can change everything: hearts and minds."

We will share a gluten-free, non-gmo vegetarian meal, with vegan option, at around 1:00 pm. If you enjoy cooking, you're welcome to bring something to share, or simply enjoy the meal.

SPONSORED BY KANSAS CITY DRAWDOWN SOCIETY.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR--June Holte's great joy is mobilizing people toward bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on Earth. She has presented and facilitated on related topics for more than 6500 people, in 26 cities in 16 states and Canada--including: facilitating more than 60 Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposiums; teaching Compassionate Communication (also known as Non-violent Communication, or NVC); being a Climate Reality Leadership Corps member; hosting The Work That Reconnects (also known as "Active Hope," Joanna Macy's work); and catalyzing engagement in Drawdown. She was a contributing writer and assistant editor of the award-winning 2010 edition of "The Sustainable World SourceBook"; and writing coach and editor of the biography of Kansas City philanthropist Bambi Nancy Shen, "The Uncrushable Rose: From Concentration Camp to Becoming a Free Woman." June co-founded the Kansas City Environmental Educators' Network, served on the founding steering committee for the Missouri Environmental Education Association, and is Co-founder and Vision Keeper of Kansas City Drawdown Society. She loves to sing and just started a new band to inspire and motivate people to participate in the healing of our world.