Wise Women 2.0




Oct. 21, Nov. 18, 2021, Jan. 20, Feb. 17, March 17, April 28, 2022, 7:30-9:00 ET


[I]f I hear the sound of the genuine in me, and if you hear the sound of the genuine in you, it is possible for me to go down in me and come up in you. So that when I look at myself through your eyes having made that pilgrimage, I see in me what you see in me and the wall that separates and divides will disappear and we will become one because the sound of the genuine makes the same music. - Howard Thurman

Howard Thurman reminds us of a truth we learned deeply this past year – that we are all connected, that the well-being of one is integrally tied to the well-being of all. While last year’s Wise Women series focused on practices of “centering down,” the coming year will turn our gaze outward: How do we imagine and create the world we want as we emerge from these pandemics? As we move from what has felt like a very long night, how can we restore hope, joy, and flourishing? 

Join us as we continue our conversations with courageous Wise Women, whose voices all help us find true north during these times. Spend six monthly evenings exploring an essential practice or quality crucial to the “new normal” we are invited to build – a world that supports the flourishing of all. Think of each session as a “micro-retreat,” a time set apart, including conversation, practices, community, and an experience of the gifts each of these women will bring. Registrants will be provided with materials to help connect the series together and will be encouraged to form cohorts of friends to experience the sessions with each other. 


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