January 21, 2023, 11am ET
This Sacred Inclusion Network Exploration takes a deep dive into how different generations see the world, and how different generations can better work together to make a difference in the world.
In the 1960s, “don’t trust anyone over the age of 30” was a common phrase among the young. Social upheavals, gender role-bending, and even global violence were visceral themes that influenced politics, educational systems, fashion, music, film, and more.
As we settle into the 21st Century, it's increasingly clear that we can no longer afford such adversarial thinking.
We need both the innocence and idealism of the young, and the experience and wisdom of the old.
During the Exploration, we'll
- Define the values and cultural influences that define each participant generation
- Get a better fix on what divide us and what unites us
- Explore how we can work together to make a difference in this radically changing world
About the Facilitators:
- Chloe Barrett-Page is pursuing her masters degrees in Somatic and Social Justice Counseling at Naropa University, is a certified 4-Gateways Coach, SomaSource Practitioner and Doula
- Tom Daly has been engaged in rites of passage work for over 30 years as a teacher, mentor, executive coach, and a nationally respected elder in men’s soul work. He's the creator of Four-Gateways coaching and the co-founder of the Inner King Training
- Angelo John Lewis is the Director of the Sacred Inclusion Network, the originator of Sacred Conversations method, and the author of Notes for a New Age. He is also member of National Training Laboratories, and has done consulting work for organizations that include the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Rockefeller Foundation.
- Ian Lewis is the Assistant Director of the Sacred Inclusion Network and is studying regenerative agriculture near Vilcabamba, Ecuador, where he works part-time for a Compost Production/Soil Consultancy business. He has travelled to twenty countries and has lived in Bangkok and Hong Kong.
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