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9 thoughts on “REINVENTING THE HUMAN”

  1. beautiful! i’m reminded of a proverb recently shared at a gathering i attended – I’m sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.

    and in spirit of sharing, Anne-Marie and I are now parents! we seek your blessings in this next step 🙂

  2. “Reinventing the Human” is a big challenge; maybe too big for many. I personally prefer the concept of waking up from a self imposed slumber, or even better, releasing ourselves from our imprisonment in a narrow materialistic worldview.
    Irrespective of which semantics we apply, I am in full agreement with the need for dramatic change if we want our species to survive, and I am also thoroughly convinced that a new and amazing, holistic, higher consciousness is available to us through reflection, prayer and intuition, just like the mystics in all the major world religions have assures us through the ages,….and I am even optimistic to trust that such change is already well under way. May it be so.

  3. Hans, one of the poems I quoted, the piece by Christopher Fry – ‘Thank God our time is now…’ – finishes with the words:
    The enterprise
    Is exploration into God.
    What are you waiting for? It takes
    So many thousand years to wake,
    But will you wake for pity’s sake!

  4. What a re-invigorating & happy experience to read your summary of the most recent Berry Forum! It must have been “magic” in all the very best ways – touching mind, body, heart, and soul. Temporarily, the gloom that usually attaches to my perspective of our world today has lifted,thanks to reading your post ( and also to some of the election results this week which do seem to indicate change is possible!!) I know there are many places that would love to adopt this model for a program, but we would need “magical” leaders (and supporters) to make it happen…What about adding a video component next time like Richard Rohr does for his “Conspire” conferences every year? That way, the magic & the message oould reach so many more people!!

    1. Thanks Sue for your suggestions about web development, like video. Others have suggested Podcasts of the Blogs.
      I suppose it’s fair to say that change happens (the pendulum swings, as we say); so it’s really about being ready and able to respond to it. At this stage of my life, I feel less inclined (and less able, perhaps) to push and push, as I tended to do most of my life, and more inclined to look for the opportunity or opening…The conference IS a good model – I could see it being applied to education or economics as well as healthcare or the environment which is where we typically focus – but I have come to see that it takes a convergence of things to initiate a movement….

  5. Thanks,Danny, for this inspiring review of the Conference which I was sorry to have had to miss.
    I look forward to ways that we can continue this very important exchange. The Meditation/ Dialogue groups that you have initiated in our community are a very useful format where those conversations can emerge.
    Blessings….I look forward to continuing the thread.
    Barbara

    1. I just responded to Sue Wootton in terms of looking for convergences. Perhaps, indeed, the meditation-dialogue approach is a possibility. We’ve talked about doing an in-depth session or two as part of the training that is already happening by participation in the monthly sessions. Maybe these are (0ne form of) the ‘Communities of Possibility’ I spoke of at the conference….Thanks Barbara

  6. You really captured the content and spirit of the forum. I am so grateful to have been invited to participate in this wonderful day! The folks who spoke were inspirational, caring and their was such a sense of connectedness.

    The conference for me personally was sort of a transport to help me move on to even more centered and mindful work. As I am transitioning through a difficult life stage I was comforted in meeting new friends at the Forum who I believe I will continue to connect to and would be happy to work with as well.

    Mindfulness is a way of increasing our ability to use our brains differently and more expansively, more creatively, and most importantly more compassionately. During this time of the “Hope and Healing in the Anthropocene” we need to reestablish neuro-pathways to parts of the brain that enable an orthogonal shift in perception as Jon Kabat Zinn has found. The ability to look through and around a problem, difficulty, or challenge- seeing a situation in a 360 degree view. Allowing us to see solutions that accompany that challenge may, in fact, be essential to rescuing our planet and enhancing the quality of our lives. Mindfulness has been shown to create alternative neurological pathways and it builds an ability to be present and divest ourselves of our egos. And isn’t that helpful to the enable the complex dialogues we need to have with one another?

    Thank you Danny for Dialogue for Life and for helping me to expand my perspective to feel hope for the present and the future.

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