Facilitators are members of the Pachamama Alliance community who step into leadership by hosting Symposiums and spreading the message of Up to Us.
Nelson Barry III
- Location: San Francisco, California, United States
- Primary Language: English
- Facilitator Since: 2015
- Website: Law Office of Nelson C. Barry III
As a Facilitator, I am Committed to
- Symposium Presenter
- Symposium Host
- Symposium Producer
- Community Coordinator
I've been a Facilitator since 2015. I have delivered 8 events with a total of 319 attendees.
I recently realized that the climate crisis is the most important challenge that has ever confronted the human race, and for that matter, the world as we know it. I decided in 2013 to close my law office after 34 years and in 2014, I went to a Awaken the Dreamer, Change the Dream Syposium and it became clear that this was the cause about which I was most passionate.
I am grateful for all the foundation work that has been done by so many dedicated people who came before me because it allows me the opportunity to help the movement go forward from here.
I am also confident that this is going to be our finest hour; I am excited that the human race will evolve to its most noble self and that not only will we solve the issue of greenhouse gases in time to preservee our environment but a whole host of other environmental, spiritual and social issues will be dealt with too.
I am 61 years old and after working for the next 30 years to advance solutions to these important matters, I hope to earn the gratitute of those who will take over from there!
Drew Dellinger said "My great, great grandchidren ask me in dreams; What did you do once you knew?"
I hope that they will be gratefulr for all that I am going to do.
To all my brothers and sisters united in this great work, thank you!
Nelson Barry III
Why I'm a Pachamama Alliance Facilitator
I am a facilitator because the Awkening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium is so well organized, so full of information and so empowering that it is possible the best way for anyone to get up to speed on the most important aspect of environmentalism in a short 4 hours. The Symposium is deep, challenging, and moves people at the level of the heart. I am proud and grateful to be able to share it with others. The planet needs saving which can only be done if there is a widespread consciousness that supports it. Introducing the symposium to people is, in my opinion, the best way to do this. If you are not deeply moved and touched after participating in this program, you need to check your pulse because you are possibly dead.
Nelson C. Barry III
San Francisco, CA
Events I've hosted as a facilitator:
- I hosted a Symposium in San Francisco on July 23, 2016
- I hosted a Local Community Group Event in San Francisco on July 11, 2016
- I hosted a Symposium in San Francisco on June 11, 2016
- I hosted a Symposium in Diablo on February 19, 2016
- I hosted a Symposium in Sausalito on January 15, 2016
- I hosted a Symposium in San Francisco on November 21, 2015
- I hosted a Symposium in Los Angeles on September 6, 2015
- I hosted a Symposium in San Francisco on May 16, 2015
If I could change the world
That we honor the rights of the enviroment because if we could do this, we would do so by awakening to the Oneness that is everything which would lead to a more harmonious style of living in all areas of life.