Please join us Sunday January 1 at 12:00 noon Pacific for our next Global Shift Meditation focused on bringing in the New Year with wisdom, joy, and compassion.It’s a tumultuous time in the world, so it’s even more important to start off the year in a heart-centered place of loving intention. We each hold wishes for the highest good for ourselves, our friends and families, our communities, and the entire world.Myra Jackson and Leslie Meehan of the Gaiafield Project will lead us in a special New Year meditation to bless whatever wishes our hearts carry: healing for a sick family member, honoring a special community or project, ending poverty and war, and so on. Let’s join together as subtle activists to energize and inspire our journey into the New Year.To access the event, please click here.

Myra Jackson is a Wisdom Council Member of the Gaiafield Project, Sr Advisor of Whole Earth Ethics for Geoversiv Foundation and holds the title of Diplomat of the Biosphere from Stockholm Resilience Centre. Often described as a Mystic, Myra devotes her time in service to organizations focused on creating the spaces for an awakened humanity and a public policy that supports human values of caring, sharing, love and compassion. Educated as an engineer, Myra found that her early training in electrical theory and design informed her spiritual life. Today, that training provides useful metaphorical language in discussing the subtle realm and the alchemy underway in the collective. Myra feels that The Great Mother (with her masculine fully ensconced) is an archetype emerging with fierce clarity and resplendent force. After 30 years, she now unveils this whispered wisdom slowly into the public domain through her writings on Living in Council: The Alchemy of Synthesis and Distinction, radio and her teaching journeys

Leslie Meehan, PhD is an interspiritual minister, leadership consultant and co-creator of collaborative networks committed to community healing and transformation. She has over 25 years experience in strategic planning, intuitive process, systems architecture, and management in business and non-profits. As a subtle activist, Leslie’s practice spans the spiritual, consciousness, and indigenous spectrum. As an ecosocial activist, Leslie founded the Thriving Resilient Communities Collaboratory whose network leaders fund and build sustainable local community systems in hundreds of North American communities. Leslie is grateful to be working with these wonderful people and other projects like the Earth Treasure Vase Global Healing Project and Compassion Games.

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David T. Nicol, PhD, is director and co-founder of the Gaiafield Project, an action research center founded at the California Institute of Integral Studies that advances the study and practice of subtle activism. His book Subtle Activism: The Inner Dimension of Social and Planetary Transformation is the first comprehensive treatment of the topic. He is also co-founder of BeThePeace, one of the world’s largest global meditation events that occurs annually on the International Day of Peace (September 21). He teaches on subtle activism at the California Institute of Integral Studies and at The Shift Network. A former environmental lawyer from Australia, he now lives in North California with his wife Kate and dogs Jackson and Peaches.

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Stephen Dinan

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