It’s a sunny spring day in Ashland. The daphne on the deck has dropped its blossoms and is busy growing bright green new leaves, readying itself for a glorious display next year. My beloved “regular” maple tree sprouted those little dangly green things and miniature leaves. The Japanese maples are showing deep red leaf growth. And on and on all over town. I can’t help but smile a lot.
The past three days included many dips into the Meridian University Integrative Practitioner Convergence
Thought you might be interested:
Why The Convergence, and Why Now? Our Historical Moment Requires a New Kind of Professional. We live in a time of agonizing challenges and creative disruptions. The challenges humanity faces are so complex that our historical epoch is sometimes described as a crisis of complexity at the core of our current ecological, economic, and political turmoil. In each case, what is required of humanity …
Chancellor Jean Houston spoke several times to the assembly of more than a hundred people across the planet, validating and evoking new perspectives and inspiring confidence. Check out the topics – great things are happening everywhere. It’s wonderful that ZOOM makes such gatherings simple and safe.
And there was Michael Meade’s online Personal Myth Workshop yesterday. Life is good. Now to vacuum the floors…
On April 23, Dromenon participant Maxine Williams is our Cameo Guest. Maxine has many talents including Professional Scenic Designer and is currently a painter for Saturday Night Live. Maxine volunteered last quarter and promptly had to work a bunch of Fridays. It’s a lovely co-incidence that it’s Shakepeare’s Birthday.
A community of coherence requires two-way (or more) communication. I am working on a new website and blog to make it easier for us to communicate. Meanwhile, please feel free to reply to my emails the old fashioned “reply” or “reply all” way and/or delete as needed.
What are you pondering today? Are there specific topics you want addressed in our Dromenon Sessions?