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Co-Creation: The Future Of The Masculine And The Feminine

With Pat McCabe and Charles Eisenstein

Fee: 
£ 860.00
CCourse fees include all meals, field trips, materials and all teaching sessions. Residential Places are full for this programme but there are still non-residential places available - at a reduced fee of £710.
Use code "Non-Res-Futures" at checkout. The programme will run from Monday to Friday afternoon, and includes four nights private accommodation and all vegetarian meals from the first lunchtime you arrive through until the lunchtime before your departure. This course is part of the Becoming Indigenous 2016 Programme.

With Pat McCabe and Charles Eisenstein

Course fees include all meals, field trips, materials and all teaching sessions. Residential Places are full for this programme but there are still non-residential places available - at a reduced fee of £710. Use code "Non-Res-Futures" at checkout.

The dominant culture of the planet is entering a period of breakdown in its defining narratives and archetypes.

As part of that breakdown, once-prevalent ideas of femininity and masculinity are under deep scrutiny. How to be a man? How to be a woman? This course engages possibilities and processes for both re-Imagining and re-Membering the masculine and the feminine, as we consider what might replace prevailing stories and dynamics.

Our exploration will encompass both the personal and collective level, including systems of money, technology, medicine, and other cultural institutions.

Be prepared to engage heart, mind, body and spirit on both levels! This course for anyone who feels deeply that another way is possible.

This course is part of the Becoming Indigenous 2016 Programme. however it can also be taken as a one-week short course.

Teachers

Pat McCabe (Standing Woman Shining)

Woman Stands Shining, Pat McCabe, has the honor of being of the Dine (Navajo) Nation. A Life-Bringer, Life-Bearer Mother, writer, artist, activist, speaker and cultural liason, her work is driven by the study of the Science of Right Relations. Moving from the central knowledge that We, The Five-Fingered-Ones, are born into Beauty, as Beauty, for Joyful Life, she brings the understanding of Indigenous ways of knowing into discussion and inquiry on Sustainability. Born to a People who have deep understanding and methodology for Restoration, she carries the Beauty Way into places where it has formerly been kept out. She is an active participant in Indigenous Peoples gatherings worldwide most recently in Chile, Belgium, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico and Bali. She has worked with the International Center for Cultural Studies in India and with Sarvodaya with Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne in Sri Lanka, as well as with organizations and gatherings in the U.S. Her recent work includes being a cultural consultant to the Pachamama Alliance, Inner Circle Invitee to the Language of Spirit Dialogue - Dialogue between Quantum Physicists, Linguists, Scientists and Indigenous knowledge keepers. Upcoming work includes the AUM National gathering, Women's teachings In Chile, and work with Israeli and Palestinian women.

Charles Eisenstein

Charles is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution. His on-line writings have generated a vast following; he speaks frequently at conferences and other events, and gives numerous interviews on radio and podcasts. Eisenstein graduated from Yale University in 1989 with a degree in Mathematics and Philosophy, and spent the next ten years as a Chinese-English translator. His books include The Ascent of Humanity, Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible.

 

With Pat McCabe and Charles Eisenstein

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