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Defying Cynicism and Nihilism with Michael Meade

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From a dialogue with Michael Meade

Going Beyond “Re-activism”

 

In this brief audio clip from renowned storyteller, author, and scholar of mythology, anthropology, and psychology, Michael Meade, he expresses the heart’s resolute stand against cynicism and nihilism. Michael believes that life intends to continue and humans are essential to it. Inside the soul of each of us, there exists something divine that is inextricably linked to the cosmos.

 

Integral in Action—evening workshop with Terry at Unity of Tustin

When: 
September 27, 2016 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location

Unity of Tustin
14402 S. Prospect Ave.
Tustin, CA
United States
Contact:
Phone: 
(714) 730-2697


A world-in-crisis asks for a heart-to-heart conversation. During this evening workshop, Terry will build upon the groundwork he laid during the first two sessions to convene that deep existential conversation. It is a sacred matter. So ceremony and silence will be part of this session—as will vulnerability and heart contact. We will celebrate the process of coming alive in a new level of conversation. Learn more and register here.

 

We all understand that the “inner work” is not integral unless it expresses itself dynamically in every way—including through the “outer work”. The highest integral consciousness is also profoundly humble. The highest leadership is servant-leadership, which sometimes looks like “leading from behind” or even “first followership”. 

 

Terry intends that those who attend will have an opportunity to emerge from this session better able to be citizens of a new polity, a “New Republic of the Heart”. Learn more and register here.

 

The Integral Heart — evening workshop with Terry at Unity of Tustin

When: 
September 26, 2016 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location

Unity of Tustin
14402 S. Prospect Ave.
Tustin, CA
United States
Contact:
Phone: 
(714) 730-3444

During this evening workshop, Terry will transmit the integral heart directly through prayer, ceremony, dharma talks, guided processes and interactive exercises. Learn more and register here. 

 

“The voice of the soul is heard by the ear of the heart.” Our heart intelligence is the source of our deepest wisdom. It’s not “the heart vs. the head”, but the inclusive intelligence at the center of the being. 

 

Wholeness has agency, and its nature is life, health, radiance and love—the essence of sacredness and divinity and grace. Where is the wisdom of wholeness? Since it is everywhere, where do we direct our attention? It is intuited as a sphere “whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere”. It is at the life center, the hara, as well as the head and the heart. Wholeness is recognized by us on every level, but its distinctive fragrance is most like what is at the very center of the being, which is the heart. 

 

This second evening session will activate the heart’s intelligence.  Learn more and register here. 

Integral Consciousness and Practice — workshop with Terry at Unity of Tustin

When: 
September 25, 2016 - 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Location

Unity of Tustin
14402 S. Prospect Ave.
Tustin , CA
United States
Contact:

Terry will share a living experience of integral consciousness and practice, through talks, guided processes and interactive exercises. Learn more and register here.

 Integral philosophy is often described as “psychoactive” because it illuminates so many interconnections between seemingly contradictory perspectives and the Living Divine Mystery. Using just a few key distinctions, a multidimensional and sacred Reality is revealed. 

But integral consciousness isn’t a static thing; it demands to be lived, and it must always be rediscovered. Thus, it expresses itself through a life of ongoing integral practice. It is love-in-action of every color and species, and always growing and changing. 

 This first afternoon session will bring integral consciousness and practice alive, laying a foundation of understanding for the two sessions that will follow.

Learn more and register here. 

 

Going Beyond “Re-activism” — from a dialogue with Adyashanti

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From a dialogue with Adyashanti

Going Beyond “Re-activism”

 In this brief audio clip from American spiritual teacher and author Adyashanti, he explains how our best intentions, in the form of “re-activism,” can exacerbate the storm of polarization, political or otherwise. If we can come from a sense of grounded unity within, rather than acting from a reactive, fear-based center, then the chance for healthy dialogue and change becomes possible. http://www.beyondawakeningseries.com/

 

Newfield Network's Virtual Summer Symposium

When: 
August 15, 2016 - August 27, 2016

Newfield Network's Virtual Summer Symposium

Living the Art of Becoming

August 15th-27th 2016

This will be an opportunity for us to come together as a community of change agents and become collectively inspired, renewed, and transformed.

Terry joins twelve other thought leaders & luminaries for this virtual symposium entitled: Living the Art of Becoming. REGISTER HERE. 

Terry's webinar will take place August 24th Wednesday at 10am MT/9am Pacific/12 EDT 

 

From the event organizers:

You will have access to mind-blowing presentations that explore the emergent edge of possibility that lives within us. Here you and I can discover how to think, feel, and practice in new ways to live a continually transformative life.

This becomes a springboard for participating in collectively designing a more brilliant future. In fact, we have created a post-symposium design & action section for participants to take what they have learned and work together to bring something new into the world.

Who Is This Symposium For?

  • Do you desire transformative change in your life?
  • Do you want to turn personal transformation into compassionate action in the world?
  • Do you desire community of like-minded people to engage in new conversations & explore new possibilities together?
  • Are you a coach, facilitator, teacher, leader, or practitioner of some kind who is looking for new tools & distinctions to support your clients?
  • Do you passionately care about our world and want to participate in a collective movement for co-creating a more beautiful future?

If you answered YES! to any of these questions, this symposium is for you!

So what is Becoming anyway?

Becoming is the process by which life flourishes & blossoms, forever arising as something new, creative and fresh. Becoming is the heart of transformation itself. In this symposium, thirteen thought leaders & luminaries will offer diverse presentations centered around the theme of becoming.

And the best part…because it is a virtual symposium, you can attend from anywhere and will have access to the videos forever after the event is over! That way if you miss one of the presentations you can watch it later or if you especially loved one in particular you can watch it over and over again.

Speakers list:
 
Barbara Marx Hubbard
Julio Olalla
Terri O’Fallon
Charles Eisenstein
Terry Patten
Bob Dunham
Susanne Cook-Greuter
Lonny Jarrett
Veronica Olalla Love
Steven McIntosh
Gonzalo Cordova
Thomas McConkie
Alexander Love

The discounted price of $97 will only be available to the first 200 participants or the August 14th cut off date, at which point the price goes back up. Join a community of like-minded people and engage in a powerful process of learning, today.

You will be transported into new realms of discovery & offered practices to transform your life and the world.

 

Michael Meade joins Terry on Beyond Awakening for "The World is in Trouble and it Needs Your Genius"

When: 
July 17, 2016 - 10:00am - 11:30am
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On Sunday, July 17th, I’ll be joined by renowned storyteller, author, and scholar of mythology, anthropology, and psychology, Michael Meade, for a dialogue entitled:

The World is in Trouble and it Needs Your Genius.

Michael combines hypnotic storytelling, street-savvy perceptiveness, and spellbinding interpretations of ancient myths with a deep knowledge of cross-cultural rituals. He has an unusual ability to distill and synthesize these disciplines, tapping into ancestral sources of wisdom and connecting them to the stories we are living today.

He says that when the world is churning — from our outer atmosphere and institutions to our inner tempests — wildness is unleashed. What scares us also calls to our depths, where our genius resides. Deep sea creatures of the psyche — hatreds and fears and huge forces, threaten to engulf us.

On Sunday, we’ll be exploring Michael’s idea that though the news is troubling, it may be that our troubles are of the “right kind.” They may be calling to the souls of each of us in ways we can learn to listen to and hear.

Michael suggests that in a rapidly changing world faced with seemingly impossible problems, it becomes important to understand that each person has something to contribute to the solutions.

No one comes into the world empty. There is something seeded in each of us, waiting to be awoken, ready to lead us on the path to our true identity and our true purpose in life.

I hope you’ll join us on Sunday. Our world is now in great need of an awakening of the genius qualities hidden in each of us, including you.

Register to join here.

To our evolution,

Terry

 

About Michael Meade

Michael Meade is a renowned storyteller, author, and scholar of mythology, anthropology, and psychology. He is the author of Fate and Destiny: The Two Agreements of The Soul, Why the World Doesn’t End, and The Genius Myth. He is the founder of Mosaic Multicultural Foundation, a nonprofit network of artist, activists, and community builders that encourages greater understanding between diverse peoples.

Letting current events into our hearts in ways that empower us—Mark Nepo

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A dialogue with Mark Nepo

Letting current events into our hearts in ways that empower us  

 

In this brief audio clip from Mark Nepo’s dialogue with Beyond Awakening host, Terry Patten, Mark discusses practicing with the shocking violence of the daily news. He suggests there is a way to process and internalize tragedy so that rather than becoming paralyzed and shut down, our compassion is awakened and we are empowered to take action. http://www.beyondawakeningseries.com/

 

Into the Heart of Thailand — a 10 day retreat

When: 
February 13, 2017 - February 23, 2017

 

I am touched with joyous expectancy about this trip! I’ll be teaming up with Dr. Michael Sapiro, founder of Maitri House Yoga, his wife, E, and Valerie Beltran, for a 10-day Northern Thailand immersion retreat from February 13-23, 2017.

This trip is appropriate for people with a sense of adventure. It will make an amazing anniversary, graduation or major birthday gift too. Michael and Sararak have led many retreats to Thailand, many of which have taken on a life of their own with unexpected side trips — among other things — to participate and witness once in a lifetime events with Buddhist monks.

 

Northern Thailand is a magical place of immense beauty and serenity. The locals’ carefree attitude is a refreshing — and for some a much needed — change from our regular “supernormally stimulated” frenetic consumer culture. This retreat offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the Thai culture and really feel the easy-going and gracious hospitality of the local people.

We’ll begin our trip in Chiang Mai, an ancient city nestled by mountains. Chiang Mai is an ancient region that has benefitted from relative isolation. It has its own separate culture, distinguished by unique architecture, arts & crafts. We will learn about Thai language, customs, and culture and take advantage of some of the region’s famous food. We’ll take cooking classes that leverage Northern Thai cuisine, which is made up of a blend of Thai, Lao, Shan and Yunnanese ingredients. From Chiang Mai, we’ll head south to Lampang and Tak Provinces.

I will be touring these locales with you, but during our time in Lampang Province, I’ll also be leading retreat activities and sharing integral heart awakening practices to help us more fully arrive in a soul level intimacy with the divine, ourselves, and each other as we become sangha, a circle of practitioners.

Learn more about this exciting retreat and register here. Please contact Valerie or Michael if you're interested and have questions! (Valerie Beltran at valeriebeltran5@gmail.com and Michael Sapiro at mpsapir@yahoo.com ) Sign up to stay informed about my retreats on the sidebar of this webpage.

 

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The Integral Living Room: a 4-day Exploration of Death and Dying with Diane Musho Hamilton, Terry Patten, Jeff Salzman and Ken Wilber

When: 
November 10, 2016 - November 13, 2016

Location

The Integral Center Boulder , CO
United States
Contact:

Join the Integral Tribe for a 4-day Exploration of Death and Dying

Every spiritual tradition says that we only live fully when we face death as a practice. Some say that awareness of our inevitable death is the basis of the path because it teaches us how to live.

And yet we tend to live in the illusion of immortality, in a superficially positive affirmation of life that is also a subtle “denial of death.” This tends to numb us, and makes us illiterate in regard to the grieving that is such a profound dimension of the fabric of wise human living. It makes it hard to metabolize the many smaller losses that are woven into the fabric of aging, and of illness.

This is why your death is such a wise and uncompromising mentor. And why it can unlock new levels of appreciation for the gift of life, as long as it lasts.

Death twitches my ear. “Live,” he says, “I am coming.” ~Virgil

The Integral Living Room has always been a place for “high play,” and for daring to say the things we usually avoid. It is a place where even the most serious and edgy conversations can also be funny, liberating, and joyful.

In the Integral Living Room, we will “get down” with what the Buddha called the “heavenly messengers” of sickness, old age, and death. Through deep conversations and experiential exercises, we’ll make contact with the ancient and unchanging core of our mortality, as well as the emergent dimensions of the integral consciousness with which we are learning relate to it—and to each other.

Join us at the Integral Living Room for a transformational encounter with the universal teachers, death and dying, this November 10-13.

Refresh your relationship to life and death and love and loss

  • Enter a deep Integral conversation about your mortality.
  • Deepen your capacity to face and learn from loss and grief.
  • Touch into the timeless, deathless nature of who you are.
  • Explore death and dying in four quadrants.
  • Explore how your view of death and dying changes as you develop.
  • Face your losses with smart, deep friends who are also facing theirs.
  • Engage practices in preparing to die, and practice preparing for the death of others.

The Integral Living Room

Thursday, November 10th (7pm) to Sunday, November 13th (1pm) 2016

The Integral Center, Boulder CO

The Practice of "Losing Face"

In this brief video, Terry invites you to let go of looking good and open up to freedom. Instead of pretending to have it together, celebrate when you look ridiculous! Losing face is the secret to reacquiring the totality of your being.

Sarah Marshank joins Terry on Beyond Awakening for "The Dynamism of Stillness Emerging: Exploring Incarnational Non Dual Aliveness"

When: 
May 8, 2016 - 10:00am - 11:30am
Contact:

 

On Sunday, May 8, I’ll be joined by the dynamic teacher of embodied feminine awakening, Sarah Marshank, for a dialogue entitled: The Dynamism of Stillness Emerging: Exploring Incarnational Non Dual Aliveness.

Sarah is a dynamic teacher of embodied feminine awakening who sees our crisis as an opportunity for the evolutionary emergence to call us forth into an integrated, authentic relationship — not just with Divinity, but with ourselves, one another, and all Life.
You can read my full blog post and find participantion instructions here.

Living our question in a time of global change

Our amazingly wonderful and terrible times represent a profound koan, an impossible riddle that we must resolve, an infinitely deep question that undoes our mind and reconfigures our consciousness.

We are the most blessed humans in history. We are information and material-rich. We are unlocking the human genome and exploring the vastness of the cosmos.

And yet we face global challenges on an unprecedented scale — environmentally, politically, and economically.

How do we rise to meet the challenges of this time? How can we be a part of the solution? What is needed? We don’t fully know.

In this brief video, Terry suggests that by living these questions, letting them transform us individually and collectively, something new and paradigm-shifting can emerge.

 

Colin Beavan joins Terry on Beyond Awakening for "Helping the World by Wanting What Actually Makes You Happy"

When: 
April 20, 2016 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Contact:

This Wednesday—Helping the World by Wanting What Actually Makes You Happy with Colin Beavan

AC_COLIN-BEAVAN_0412_085-739x1024This Wednesday, April 20th at 5pm PST, please join me for a special broadcast with author Colin Beavan, for a public conversation we have titled:

Helping the World by Wanting What Actually Makes You Happy

Colin is best known as the man who committed to reducing his carbon footprint to zero by living sustainably for a full year in New York City, as chronicled in the documentary No Impact Man. His new book is How to Be Alive: A Guide to the Kind of Happiness that Helps the World. In it, he invites readers to explore the practical spirituality that can arise from questioning the story that we can’t make a difference. He also suggests that taking small, practical steps that express our compassion for others and the planet can simultaneously bring unexpected happiness into our own lives.

Colin discovered a whole new level of personal fulfillment by rejecting the standard narrative of what makes for a happy and successful life. That story, in its many forms, usually results in two things: one is the hamster-wheel of always chasing money and status; the other is the endless search for personal happiness. He says that what really creates happiness is moving from “self-help” to “each-other-help.”

Our conventional life approaches have not only failed to bring us happiness — they’ve also caused grave problems for the planet. But there’s a growing movement around the world of many thousands of people who Colin calls “lifequesters.” These people are forging non-standard lifestyles that are better for them and better for the world.

Colin’s most important message is that living a life in line with our values is much easier than we think. The first step is to understand what actually makes human beings feel happy and purposeful — as opposed to what society tells us. Then, one small step at a time, we can begin to build those happiness and service-oriented elements into our everyday choices and decisions, experimenting with finding what makes us feel healthy, safe and like we matter to the world.

Using our experiences with these small decisions to build confidence, we can then begin making larger adaptations to our life circumstances to support the new, purposeful way of life we are discovering.

Colin helps people notice how our lives are deeply shaped by the stories we tell ourselves. If we tell ourselves the story “I don’t make a difference” over and over, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Many of us are trapped inside that story. Also, we often assume that if we tried to make a difference it would mean doing all kinds of things that don’t feel “natural” to us.

Colin turns this thinking on its head, suggesting that all we have to do is to notice and choose what is natural to us. As we make choices that express our innate compassion, we can emerge from the false narrative in which so many of us are trapped. We can begin to make new, more compassionate choices toward making a difference, even if at first they seem like baby steps.

In the context of Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey, most of us are “refusing the call.” The good news is that this refusal is the first step of the Hero’s Journey! Within each of us, our psyches yearn to complete that journey. When we don’t find ways to express our innate compassion, we painfully stunt our development as human beings.

Helping the world is not a sacrifice. It can be the greatest fulfillment of our nature. You can become yourself to save the world. And you can save the world to become yourself.

We deepen spiritually as well. Colin recently spoke at Harvard Divinity School about Tolstoy & Gandhi’s concept of “bread-labor.” Tolstoy said the first commandment was “by the sweat of thy brow, you shall eat your bread.” If we don’t put the labor into feeding ourselves, we become divorced from some essential aspect of ourselves. Tolstoy saw this as a political and a spiritual issue. The aristocracy were disconnected from God because they didn’t do any manual labor. For this reason, Gandhi spun his own cotton. Today, self-reliance, growing our own food in our communities, creating with our hands, puts us in a better place to experience Mystery and allows us to be in the existential insecurity that comes with experiencing God.

Colin’s work offers an invitation to reframe the possibility of making these kinds of “each-other-help” changes to our lives. Rather than being shamed by the “shaking finger of should,” we can regard these shifts as a happy opportunity to live our values more fully, build community, and contribute to the betterment of the world.

I’m excited to dialogue with Colin and discover a different place where some key themes of my own spiritual teaching, like Courage and Trust can be enacted in new ways. I hope you will join us!

Register to join the call here.

Michael Dowd joins Terry on Beyond Awakening for "The New Ten Commandments and the Coming Apocaloptimism"

When: 
March 27, 2016 - 10:00am - 11:30am
Contact:

This Sunday, March 27th, at 10am PST, bestselling evolutionary theologian and pro-future evangelist, Michael Dowd, joins Terry for a public conversation entitled:

The New Ten Commandments and the Coming Apocaloptimism

Michael claims that the scientific evidence on climate change indicates that it’s too late to prevent dramatic changes in human lifestyles, values and identities. Tune in to learn why he thinks this Great Reckoning can also be a Great Homecoming, where our prodigal species returns to a right relationship to reality.

The taboo against ecstasy

Part of our unspoken contract with conventional society is that there’s a certain range of how we get to be. It’s fine to be worried. It’s fine to strive. It’s fine to be depleted.

But if you break open in the spirit of freedom itself — or joy itself? That’s just weird!

There’s a taboo against ecstasy.

In this brief video, Terry suggests that breaking this taboo and daring to be love and happiness as you…is our sacred invitation in this life.

The Integral Living Room

When: 
November 10, 2016 - November 13, 2016

Location

The Integral Center
2805 Broadway St.
Boulder , CO
United States
Contact:


The Integral Living Room

November 10–13, 2016

An Exploration of Death & Dying


Every spiritual tradition says that we only live fully when we face death as a practice. Some say that awareness of our inevitable death is the very basis of the path because it teaches us how to live.
 
In the Integral Living Room, we'll get down with what the Buddha called the “heavenly messengers” of sickness, old age, and death. Through deep conversations and experiential exercises, we’ll make contact with the ancient and unchanging core of our mortality, as well as the emergent dimensions of the integral consciousness with which we are learning relate to it—and to each other.
 
Check out the Living Room site where you can learn more and register. Check out our early bird and alumni pricing.

We’re excited about deepening the realization of our mortality together with you and our other favorite integral explorers. If you know anyone you think would enjoy joining us for this integral "Exploration of Death and Dying", please share the word.

It’s great to be back in the groove of the Integral Living Room, and to have you with us!

Diane Hamilton, Terry Patten, & Jeff Salzman

Embodying the Intelligence of Your Heart and Soul at Esalen Institute

When: 
July 24, 2016 - July 29, 2016

Location

Esalen Institute Big Sur, CA
United States
Contact:

Embodying the Intelligence of

Your Heart and Soul 

July 24-29 , 2016

Join Terry Patten and Sarah Marshank to reconnect with your embodied wisdom, power, and passion.

This program will help you join the ear of the heart to the voice of the soul, fostering intimacy with yourself, others, and the unknowable source of it all.

In a safe and nurturing space, begin to release the armoring around your heart as you engage in the following:

• Embodied transformative work anchored in breath and somatic psychology

• Playful interpersonal relating processes in twos, threes, and small groups

• Silent and guided meditation, and prayer

• Dance, conscious movement, and vocalizing

• A clear, inclusive context for understanding and anchoring your learning

Get ready to feel secure in your connection to the sacred flow: your next inspired idea, the energy that enables you to perform at your best, and the guidance for life’s most important choices.

During our time together, you can practice releasing the inner taboos against ecstasy, freeing up creativity, and discerning the voice of the soul and the soul’s higher purpose. Come enjoy an integrated, evolutionary, heart-and-soul centered initiation into a life of practice that is both sustainable and transformative.

Find more info and register here.

Terry Patten is the co-author, with Ken Wilber, of Integral Life Practice. He is a pioneering innovator, advancing the evolutionary edge of spirituality, as well as a facilitator of intimate collective awakening. He has a lifelong commitment to social activism.

Sarah Marshank is the founder of Selfistry, a methodology dedicated to mastering the art of being human. Integrating theory from Eastern and Western philosophy and psychology with meditative and somatic practices, Sarah guides practitioners to discover their authentic self and purpose in life.

 

 

Co-creating the Buddha-Sangha

Thich Nhat Hanh famously said “the next Buddha may be a Sangha.” It’s a phrase that is repeated so often for a reason — it points to something important.

 In this brief video, Terry asks — what kind of practice is required to earn our place as a creative participant in such a community? How can we join together and go way beyond what we already know? Only that has a chance to transform our world. And yet that’s what Buddhas do. 

The Heart of Your Heart’s Intelligence: a free online event with Terry

When: 
February 10, 2016 - 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Contact:

The awakened heart’s intelligence is what we recognize as Love. Love is what we all most deeply appreciate, are most attracted to, and aspire to become. Join me for a free global teleseminar—The Heart of Your Heart: Opening the Gateway to Grace, Beauty & Power through Your Heart Intelligence. Register here to join live at 5:30pm on Wed, Feb 10, or for free download.

Beyond “sudden” and “gradual” enlightenment

In this brief video, Terry suggests that our time calls for more than one kind of awakening, and more than one kind of role. Our time asks us to be a culture of sudden and gradual awakening, all teachers and students to one another, giving everything we have to helping each other find everything we are.

Integral Living Room Community Calls — free and open to all

When: 
September 29, 2016 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Contact:

Our monthly community calls are our way to stay connected between gatherings, and keep the conversation going! Everyone is welcome, whether or not you plan to attend the in-person event. 


Find past conversations here http://www.integrallivingroom.com/the-conversation-so-far/ 

If you have already registered for the community calls, you will receive a reminder with your special PIN, as usual. If you haven't registered yet you can sign up here.  

For more info on the next Living Room event in Boulder: http://www.integrallivingroom.com

Integral Living Room Community Calls — free and open to all

When: 
August 4, 2016 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Contact:

Our monthly community calls are our way to stay connected between gatherings, and keep the conversation going! Everyone is welcome, whether or not you plan to attend the in-person event. 

Find past conversations here http://www.integrallivingroom.com/the-conversation-so-far/ 

Our schedule of community calls: 

Thursday, August 4th, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

Thursday, Sep 29, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

If you have already registered for the community calls, you will receive a reminder with your special PIN, as usual. If you haven't registered yet you can sign up here.  

For more info on the next Living Room event in Boulder: http://www.integrallivingroom.com

Integral Living Room Community Calls — free and open to all

When: 
May 26, 2016 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Contact:

Our monthly community calls are our way to stay connected between gatherings, and keep the conversation going! Everyone is welcome, whether or not you plan to attend the in-person event. 

Find past conversations here http://www.integrallivingroom.com/the-conversation-so-far/ 

Our schedule of community calls: 

Thursday, May 26, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

Thursday, Jul 21, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

Thursday, Sep 29, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

If you have already registered for the community calls, you will receive a reminder with your special PIN, as usual. If you haven't registered yet you can sign up here.  

For more info on the next Living Room event in Boulder: http://www.integrallivingroom.com

Integral Living Room Community Calls — free and open to all

When: 
March 17, 2016 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Contact:

Our monthly community calls are our way to stay connected between gatherings, and keep the conversation going! Everyone is welcome, whether or not you plan to attend the in-person event. 

Find past conversations here http://www.integrallivingroom.com/the-conversation-so-far/ 

Our schedule of community calls: 

Thursday, March 17, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

Thursday, May 26, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

Thursday, Jul 21, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

Thursday, Sep 29, 2016, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Pacific

If you have already registered for the community calls, you will receive a reminder with your special PIN, as usual. If you haven't registered yet you can sign up here.  

For more info on the next Living Room event in Boulder: http://www.integrallivingroom.com