Making it Personal: A Listening Circle to Help Heal the Historical Imbalance between Women and Men
Sat. Sep 16, 2017 10:00 am to Sat. Sep 16, 2017 12:30 pm
Hosted by Padme Livingstone
- Language: English
- Host Organization: M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
About Pachamama Alliance Community Events
Community events are gatherings held by Pachamama Alliance Communities, including monthly meetings, seasonal ceremonies, discussion groups and other special events.
Each of us has had our lives shaped by the systems created by the global imbalance between women and men that has existed for thousands of years.
It’s time to bring those who identify as men and women together to tell our stories in a safe, brave space of honest sharing and deep listening. Because this issue has affected all of us, the healing that can come from the sharing of our stories on this issue can be profound. Although we will be explicitly focused around issues for men and women, all are welcome.
Please consider joining us for this Listening Circle to begin to heal the divide that creates so much misunderstanding and suffering in our personal development, our relationships, our institutions, and our culture. Let’s move together towards the biggest picture our hearts can hold for a beautiful future, one truly heard story at a time.
• Be ready to listen and speak with courage,
openness, honesty, and compassion for one another.
• What is said in the circle stays in the circle.
Date: Saturday September 16th, 2017, 10am-12:30pm
Location: M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, 929 South Plymouth Ave 14608
Space is limited. Register soon!
Highly Suggested Reading: Divine Duality: The Power of Reconciliation Between Women and Men by William Keepin, PhD. Available online as ebook and paperback.
Circle Co-Keepers: Padme Livingstone and Dwain Wilder, Rochester Pachamama Alliance Facilitators
For more information about our co-keepers, see their websites: aquieterplace.com (Padme) and bearmeadow.com (Dwain).
Plenty of on street parking. Limited parking behind building. Enter from back or front of building.