Coach - Facilitator - Writer
How do we make sense of the challenge before us, when we face a vast and unprecedented transition?
Most people look at the world is as a child, expecting someone else to fix it for us while we keep our heads down. Or we act out like an adolescent, but avoid our responsibility.
The challenge is to be an adult and help create the world we want.
The answer to "how" is YES!
A short guided meditation about welcoming the unknown future as a visitor.
The fable-poem below is about the journey beyond polarization, beyond us and them and the way of the Matrix.
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"When you break up the individuals from a community into individual units, they become disempowered because it's the collective consciousness and the collective energy of the group from which power comes.”
The Hello Climate Change! is just what I’ve been wanting without even knowing I wanted it. I volunteer regarding climate change and reversing it through drawdown. I’m in groups that include looking at the issue with body, mind and spirit. Yet the questions we work with here and the approach of awareness of the group field/intelligence are completely fresh for me and I find myself growing as a sacred activist even more.
Lynn Thomas, Ph.D.
Though, I’m a lover of Truth and have a daily spiritual practice, the interaction with Andrew has exponentially provided a sense of presence that lingers even after our short dialogue. It’s helped me to be grounded in Presence with my personal relationships as well as a consultant and facilitator.
/ Organizaional Consultant
I’ve been carrying a lot of the weight of that [climate change] conversation on my own and sharing it with [my partner] and others who are open to it but it’s my perception that the opportunities to connect in that way are rare, but the online group in that space that you created in the we-space, there’s really a lot of immediacy and presence. I can fully be present for myself and others in that space in a way that seems harder in everyday conversation . . .