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Friday, September 9
 

10:00am

Morning Speaker Session : Rachel Bagby // Barbara Marx Hubbard, Fredric Lehrman, John Robbins, Panel with Sheri Herndon. Focus—Your Participation (WEBCAST)

Speakers and Panel Discussion:

Barbara Marx Hubbard - We are honored to have Barbara Marx Hubbard join us on SKYPE to open The Gathering with a blessing and message of LOVE, all the way from Budapest! 

Fredric Lehrman - Education As Discovery - Standard education, as most of us experienced it. was an obstacle course that we were forced to push ourselves through. What if education could be simply a way of supporting our own innate curiosity and natural learning abilities? Where would that take us?

John Robbins - John will be joining us via SKYPE to share wisdom about the environmental, physical, mental and emotional impact of our food choices on both the individual and global scale.

MetaModerator
Rachel Bagby
- Chants of Your Lifetime: Give Your Voice to Life
- What happens when you engage a community in a sonorous dialogue about changing its narratives?  How do community narratives change and how does a community that practices embodying narratives informed by reverence for living systems change? Rachel Bagby will guide this inquiry in a plenary session that engages the whole audience in the chants of our lifetime.


Speakers
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Rachel Bagby

Rachel Bagby, J.D. (Stanford), founder of Choral Earth, is an author, creator of poetic forms, composer, vocalist, renowned performance artist and was a founding member (soprano and dancer) of Bobby McFerrin’s Voicestra. Using her voice as an instrument of change, Rachel is a... Read More →
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Fredric Lehrman

Fredric Lehrman is the founder and director of Nomad University, established in 1974 as an international network of inspiring teachers and self-directed students. This community is a clearing house for interdisciplinary and cross-cultural exploration at all levels, with every aspect... Read More →


Friday September 9, 2011 10:00am - 12:30pm
Kane Hall Auditorium 120 4098 15th Ave NE, Seattle WA
 
Saturday, September 10
 

10:30am

Morning Speaker Session : Rachel Bagby & Mikki Willis // James Twyman, Mikki Willis, Sylvia Clute with Daniel Sunjata. Focus—Community Solutions (WEBCAST)

Daniel Sunjata - Film, theater and tv actor Daniel Sunjata will join us as moderator this weekend. Daniel's interest in humanity's potential for expanded understanding powerfully leads him to this event.

James Twyman - The Art of Spiritual Peacemaking - We have been told that peace is something that happens "by" us, or through seeing a problem and trying to solve it on our own. What if there's a new way of looking at peace, a way that allows it to move "through" us, solving the problems of violence and war from a very different perspective. The Art of Spiritual Peacemaking is the art of creating peace from the inside out. It is also the act of "becoming" the peace we want to see in the world.

Mikki Willis - Tragedy and Alchemy - My mission and company rose from the ashes of the World Trade Center. Since then, I've learned to turn every challenge to gold. 

Sylvia Clute - Justice As Love - During 28 years as a trial attorney I discovered that clients came to me with broken relationships and what I did made the wounds even deeper. There is another model of justice that restores relationships and leads to peace. I call this "unitive justice," to distinguish it from punitive justice. I will outline the moral, structural and historic differences between unitive and punitive justice and explain how unitive justice is readily at hand - no law degree required! It requires only that we choose to apply the simple principles of unitiive justice in our lives - the reward is peace.


Speakers
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Sylvia Clute

Sylvia Clute is the Program Coordinator for Restorative Youth Services of Virginia  headquartered in Richmond, Va. She has many years of experience as a trial attorney, is a trained Collaborative Law practitioner, mediator and restorative justice facilitator. She holds graduate degrees... Read More →
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Daniel Sunjata

Of Irish, German, and African-American heritage, Sunjata grew up in Chicago, the adopted son of a police dispatcher and a civil rights worker. He completed his undergraduate studies at Florida A&M University and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He then received his master's... Read More →
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James Twyman

Known as the "Peace Troubadour", in 1994 New York Times bestselling author James put peace prayers from the 12 major world religions to music and began traveling the world performing concerts and prayer vigils to groups of thousands in countries such as Bosnia, Iraq, Serbia, South... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 10:30am - 12:30pm
Kane Hall Auditorium 120 4098 15th Ave NE, Seattle WA

1:30pm

Afternoon Speaker Session : Rachel Bagby & Mikki Willis // Brooke Medicine Eagle, John Perkins, Masaru Emoto, Nassim Haramein with Greg Wendt. Focus—Global Visioning (WEBCAST)

Brooke Medicine Eagle - Walking In Beauty - White Buffalo Calf Woman reminds us to walk this sweet Earth remembering that we are ONE with each other and all things. Brooke will speak of this holy path as a sustainable, harmonious, loving, and truly workable lifeway, especially vital in this time of challenge, change, and renewal - a time we have the opportunity to create a golden age on this sweet Earth.

Gregory Wendt - Economics Built on Beauty and Community - New Economics and Sustainable & Respsonsible Investing

John Perkins - Joining us via pre-recorded address

Masaru Emoto - Visions for Clean Water - Joining us via SKYPE

Nassim Haramein - The Schwarzchild Proton - Joining us via SKYPE

Nassim Haramein will be discussing the emerging physics that describes our universe as a unified whole where no part can be isolated from one another. He will describe the   mathematics of such a fundamental and almost infinite energy field that connects all things and the applications to energy production which will revolutionize our current practices and free humanity from its dependence on a non sustainable approach.

 

 - Joining us via SKYPE


Speakers
avatar for Rachel Bagby

Rachel Bagby

Rachel Bagby, J.D. (Stanford), founder of Choral Earth, is an author, creator of poetic forms, composer, vocalist, renowned performance artist and was a founding member (soprano and dancer) of Bobby McFerrin’s Voicestra. Using her voice as an instrument of change, Rachel is a... Read More →
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Brooke Medicine Eagle

Brooke Medicine Eagle is a legendary Earth wisdom teacher, singer, visionary, catalyst for wholeness, and ceremonial leader of native and European descent.  She is the best selling author of the Native American literary classic, Buffalo Woman Comes Singing, and of The Last Ghost... Read More →
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Nassim Haramein

Nassim Haramein was born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962. As early as 9 years old, Nassim was already developing the basis for a unified hyperdimensional theory of matter and energy, which he eventually called the “Holofractographic Universe.” Haramein has spent most of his life researching the fundamental geometry of hyperspace... Read More →
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John Perkins

Chief Economist New York Times Bestselling Author As Chief Economist at a major international consulting firm, John Perkins advised the World Bank, United Nations, IMF, U.S. Treasury Department, Fortune 500 corporations, and countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle... Read More →
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Gregory Wendt

Gregory is Vice President of Sustainable and Responsible Investing at EP Wealth Advisors, Inc., a well-established Registered Investment Advisory firm with over $1 Billion  under management as of 1/1/11. As a veteran financial advisor with over 19 years in the field, Greg advises... Read More →



Saturday September 10, 2011 1:30pm - 4:00pm
Kane Hall Auditorium 120 4098 15th Ave NE, Seattle WA