Posts Tagged: Conscious Elders Network

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My Transformative Journey into Subtle Activism

by John C. Robinson This is a story of metanoia, of a profound shift of mind, heart and soul long overdue in my life, and of the deep psychological, spiritual and mystical work Spirit asks us to do in the New Aging. In 2000, I was a clinical psychologist in a busy private practice in… Read more

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Emerging as an Elder-Activist

by Lynne Iser With the birth of my son, 35 years ago, I felt a new sense of responsibility. Not just to keep him safe, clean and well fed—but to insure that he had a decent and kind world in which to live. That insight gave me a wider perspective in which to view my… Read more

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Rocking Chair Activists: The Many Faces of Subtle Activism

By Rich Silver The concept of sacred activism has captured the imagination of the Conscious Elders Network and many of us are exploring its multiple facets. I write here with a twofold purpose about a certain facet called “subtle activism,” a term recently coined by David Nicol, author of a book by the same name…. Read more

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Keeping the Sacred in Sacred Activism

by Will Wilkinson It’s surprising and immensely encouraging to learn that Rumi, the ecstatic poet, has become a modern rock star. According to Jane Ciabattari, writing for BBC.com, “The ecstatic poems of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi, a Persian poet and Sufi master born 807 years ago in 1207, have sold millions of copies in recent… Read more

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Winter 2017

We the People Addressing the State of our Union Winter 2017    vol 2, issue 1 Welcome to Turning Point! Our name echoes the widespread recognition that our world, and our humanity, has arrived at a pivotal turning point in evolutionary history. In this special edition of Turning Point— devoted to specific current events rather than to the… Read more