Objectives of Group Work
Learn the principles of mindfulness and apply them in mindful communication in a group.
Experience a collective meditation process approaching or attaining group communion.
Create shared guidelines for conscious, intentional community building.
Discover how to collectively process strong or conflicting emotions & prevent activist burn-out.
Understand how to use community participation and co-creation as a path of awakening.
Participate in the global shift in collective consciousness.
Outcomes of Regular Practice
Setting up the 7 social conditions that support awakening and using them to foster heart-centred and harmonious community relationships.
Accessing collective insight into our common social problems and their underlying psycho-social causes.
Determining shared guidelines for addressing those social issues with ethical, wise and compassionate responses whenever they are confronted in future.
Building our capacity to align the pursuit of our personal self-interests with the interests of others and of the community as a whole.
Long Term Social Impacts
A population that is progressively awakening our power to co-create social realities of our choosing.
A population that is progressively liberating itself from tyranny and corruption.
A self-organising network of self-determining communities governed by dynamic, collective leadership.
Emergence from the global crisis and realization of a life-sustaining civillization that reflects humanity's most noble potential.
WEEKLY WORKSHOP SERIES
Past Workshop TOpics
Previous session topics as a member of the former Byron Bay Meditation Collective have included:
Monday 12 Mar 2018:
Monday 09 Apr 2018:
Monday 21 May 2018:
Monday 11 Jun 2018:
Monday 02 Jul 2018:
Monday 03 Sep 2018:
Monday 27 Sep 2018:
Monday 15 Oct 2018:
Monday 26 Nov 2018:
Collective Awakening: Beyond Personal Enlightenment
Community Co-creation as a Path of Awakening
Letting Go of Attachment
Wisdom, Faith & Social Capital
Mindfulness of Collective Consciousness
The Power of Intention
Mindfulness in Daily Life
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