Japan TLP 2015

In August 2015, the Pachamama Alliance community in Japan, Seven Generations, held a Training Leaders Program and two Symposium Facilitator Trainings. They are unstoppable!

One of the strategies to creating a critical mass of people committed to generating a new future is by equipping people to carry and expand the transformational educational programs of the Pachamama Alliance and the Up to Us engagement pathway. These programs awaken participants to the crises and opportunities of our time, and empower people to find their role in changing the course humanity has taken. These programs include the Training Leaders Program, the Symposium Facilitator Training, and the Community Creation Day.

“It feels like a new era, as if we were opening a new door with these new Training Leaders”

Six years after becoming Training Leaders, three of the Seven Generations members decided it was time to expand their inner circle. To that end, in August 2015 they trained 7 new Training Leaders, the people equipped to train new Awakening the Dreamer Symposium Facilitators.

Following their time together, the new Training Leaders offered 2 Facilitator Trainings in Kobe and Tokyo. This provides an opportunity to increase the number of people in Japan who, after attending the Awakening the Dreamer Symposium, are awakened and engaged in actions that bring about a world that works for all. As Kaku Suzuki said, “if we want to realize the world we want—one that is environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just—we need more people who are awakened and who see themselves as change agents. To reach that goal, we need more Symposiums and more Facilitator Trainings. That’s our role.”

In December 2015, Seven Generations will be hosting Symposiums for the larger community. Visit their Community Page for more details about upcoming events.