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Living the New Story: Reclaiming your Power, Karambu Ringera Wed 06 Dec

  • Sustainability


You will never tell a more powerful story than the one you tell with your life.

Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking is thrilled to be joining with The Findhorn Foundation in launching their first live online programme, as a follow on from their film A New Story for Humanity: Change the Story, change the World that we showed last year.

You are warmly invited to join us as we embark on a collaborative journey into humanity’s next phase of conscious evolution! Featuring new story visionaries and change makers (via Zoom in real time) Charles Eisenstein, Elisabeth Sahtouris, Pat McCabe, Karambou Ringera, Kosha Joubert, Robin Alfred and Mattie Porte

As humans, we find our way by story. Our stories shape us, hold us and give meaning to our lives. Every so often it becomes clear that a prevailing story is no longer serving. Now is such a time.

Ordinary citizens all over the planet, who’ve been struggling with the deep divisions across society in today’s fraught and fear-based social and political landscape, are coming together in active participation to cocreate and embody a new story for their lives.

Location - Hawkwood Studios 

Your real time, in the flesh, local host - Katie Lloyd-Nunn, Centre for Future Thinking

Timing Wednesday eves 6.45pm for 7pm - 9pm  

Cost - £15-25 per session (concessions by arrangement) or £100-180 if all eight booked in advance. includes a cuppa, maybe cake!

We want to be welcoming and flexible.  We want you to join in!! ... for as many or as little as you can manage,Call me for more information 01453 759034 or email me katie@hawkwoodcollege.co.uk


6 September - Our evolutionary story, Elisabet Sahtouris

Elisabet Sahtouris, PhD is an internationally known evolution biologist, futurist, speaker, author and sustainability consultant to businesses, government agencies and other organizations.

11 October - Transition, the space between Stories, Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein is a public speaker, self-described "degrowth activist" and the author of several books including The Ascent of Humanity, Sacred Economics, and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible.

1 November - Wanting your Life, Thriving intentions, Pat McCabe

Pat McCabe brings the understanding of Indigenous ways of knowing into enquiry on sustainability. She is an active participant in Indigenous Peoples gatherings in Chile, Belgium, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico and Bali and is  a guest instructor for Schumacher College’s “Becoming Indigenous” course.

6 December - Reclaiming your Power Karambou Ringera Inner Listening for Outer Action

Karambu Ringera is a visionary, an activist and a compassionate, committed, formidable force for change. She is the Founder and President of International Peace Initiatives and a Lecturer at the University of Nairobi.

3 January - Taking responsibility, Robin Alfred

7 February - The Power of Community, Kosha Joubert

14 March - Integration and Completion

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