Waking up Together: Embracing Courage, Possibility, and Relational Intelligence in Changing Times
Collective transformation is going to take everything we’ve got – our willingness, fierce compassion, relational intelligence, and discomfort resiliency. Most importantly, it is going to take the courage to dissolve limiting beliefs, which may have been passed down for many generations. While it is the imperative of the human heart to move beyond the comforts, restrictions, and boundaries of conditioned thought, the inter-subjective nature of conditioning causes us to accept things that are not real as true and absolute.
How do we recognize the inter-subjective nature of conditioned beliefs that can apply even to our meditation and mindfulness practice?
How do we support one another, through relational mindfulness, to reach beyond the unconscious biases we’ve inherited through patriarchy, capitalism, colonialism, and a profound disconnect from the natural world?
How do we address ego’s fear of change in the field of possibility? Will “I” be lost in the shift to We Consciousness?
How do we support each other, through generosity, to nourish the tendril of possibility – when there are mountains to move – in order to co-create a kinder, more equitable, and sustainable world for all? How does the depth of our connection with the earth nourish the courage required for collective transformation?
Join Deborah Eden Tull for a nourishing, restorative, and interaction teaching about the movement that carries the shared human heart beyond limitation. All are welcome… experienced meditators and those who are new to practice.
Embodying Compassionate Leadership
We are all called to be leaders in this age of global change. Embodied leadership requires steadfast compassion – both gentle and fierce – for ourselves and for our world. Join Deborah Eden Tull for an interactive and experiential class about leading through Relational Mindfulness. The 9 principles of Relational Mindfulness, from Eden’s most recent book, are: Intention, The Sacred Pause, Deep Listening, Inquiry and Clear Seeing, Turning Towards Rather Than Away, Transparency, Taking Responsibility, Not Taking Personally, Compassionate Action.
This workshop offers wisdom that can be integrated into every moment of life and applied both personally and professionally. Return to a simple understanding—that the subtlest form of love is attention. And that authentic power is shared power rather than power over. We can only remember this when we are fully present and willing to meet life from an unguarded heart.