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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Feb 22

Hey folks, I’m writing to invite you to a FREE 2-hour zoom workshop I will be leading for San Diego Integral this coming Saturday: The Creative Power of the Culture War: Fighting and Friending Our Way Forward Sponsored by San Diego Integral  Saturday, February 12, 2022 4pm to 6pm Pacific Time (7pm Р9pm ET) You can find out more about the workshop and register here: https://www.meetup.com/kenwilber-61/events/274478790 Hope to see you there! Jeff Salzman The post The Creative Power of Culture Wars appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

Hey folks, I’m writing to invite you to a FREE 2-hour zoom workshop I will be leading for San Diego Integral this coming Saturday: The Creative Power of the Culture War: Fighting and Friending Our Way Forward Sponsored by San Diego Integral  Saturday, February 12, 2022 4pm to 6pm Pacific Time (7pm Р9pm ET) You can find out more


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Nov 20

How to take care of people at an event that could kill themStock photo by Cristina CerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened and we had to change plans. In the end we decided to cancel everything, apart from one gathering we hosted in France in September.Event production is always a big job but the health situation made it significantly more difficult. In

How to take care of people at an event that could kill themStock photo by Cristina CerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Nov 20

How to take care of people at an event that could kill themStock photo by Cristina CerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened and we had to change plans. In the end we decided to cancel everything, apart from one gathering we hosted in France in September.Event production is always a big job but the health situation made it significantly more difficult. In

How to take care of people at an event that could kill themStock photo by Cristina CerdaHosting events is a big part of how I earn my livelihood and how I do my community-building work. My year started with a plan to hold at least four retreats, each with around 40 people living together for a few days. Then the pandemic happened


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