One in every five humans has the trait of high sensitivity. One in every eight to ten of us is multipotentialed (also known as a Renaissance Soul). About a third of us identify as intuitive. These (r)evolutionary traits are essential for forging a trail into a world where everybeing is safe and appreciated for who they are.
The way our nervous systems work – deeply, intuitively, with intense perceptivity and tons of innovative insights – is a gift we can use to co-create a wide range of nourishing personal, community-wide, even global changes. But, these traits that make us excellent collaborative leaders, innovative problem solvers, and conscientious team members also bring unique challenges. Especially when navigating a society still clinging to old dominance-based, power-over ways of doing things.
In this presentation, we will explore…
- Noticing what needs to be changed…even when others don’t see it. (Being canaries in a cultural coal mine.)
- Starting something when your voice feels small.
- Smart, self-nourishing ways to persist.
- Standing strong while staying sensitive.
- How to practice safe and sacred leadership.
“Real change begins with the simple act of people talking about what they care about.” Margaret J. Wheatley
This is a presentation for the June 28, 2017 meeting of the New Hope Metaphysical Society. The Society meets 7:30 – 10:30 p.m. at Pebble Hill Church located at 320 Edison-Furlong Road Doylestown, Pa. 18901.