Conversations that Matter 2020

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I NEED TO KNOW YOU with Kymberli Speight

It takes an act of courage to step out and actively engage with people we meet in our lives and whom we have never seen before. Talking to them when we feel that they might be open to connection is a way to learn about their stories, their lives. We will discover that they are far more interesting than we had thought, that we can learn from their experience and, after all, that we have a lot in common.

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GEMEINSAM NEUE WEGE GEHEN mit Treya-Silke Koch

Wie können Männer und Frauen gemeinsam zu neuen Formen des Zusammenseins finden, anstatt sich mehr und mehr zu entfernen und single zu leben?MORE INFO ON THE VIDEOPOST PAGE

INTEGRATIVE vs. INTEGRAL MEDICINE with Matt Dorsey

What role do Spiral Dynamics and Integral Metatheory have to play in understanding the current state of ‘integrative medicine’?  How do modern and post-modern perspectives about medicine clash, and what role might Integralists play in the future of medicine?

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Das System YOGA, integral betrachtet, mit Petra Nienaber

Petra erzählt von ihrer Erfahrung in verschiedenen Ashrams und davon, wie schwer es Gurus haben, von ihrem Glauben an die eigene Heiligkeit wegzukommen, der ihnen alles zu erlauben scheint. “Wasser predigen und Wein trinken”.

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PEACE VALLEY – A PROJECT FOR RE-CONNECTING with Joy Foley

Joy Foley is creating a bush retreat in Queensland/ Australia. Listen and watch her story and get inspired by the possibilities which her work offers to people for reconnecting with themselves, to each other and to nature.

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THEY WERE LEFT BEHIND with John Taylor

John Taylor is a veteran from the Iraq war. He is now trying to raise consciousness about the fate of thousands of Iraqi (and Afghanistan) interptreters who have served the US army by taking huge risks for their lives and their families, and after the US soldiers left the country were left behind without any protetion or recognition of what they had done for the US. Only very few could enter into safety and come to the US so far. What can we do about that?

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