Facebook Page| Thursday, October 12th, 2017, 7:30pm | Eur 20 / 15 euros concession | Location: The Powerscourt Theatre, Dublin 2.
This evening we welcome Author, Neuropsychologist & Director of the Tara Approach Stephanie Mines to our Stage.
Stephanie and Paul will talk about the interface between healing and climate change and how all of us have a specific role to play in the Great Turning. Be inspired by Stephanie’s enthusiasm for human potential and our resilient capacity to resolve trauma in our own bodies so that we can steward for the children of the future. All of these themes are united in great hope for humanity as we cross the threshold into facing our greatest existential crisis.
The time for a New Story has come, heralded by climate change. Energy medicine is the surprising art that you can learn to ignite the brain resilience you need to move from I to We; to Love and Community. Find out how in this unique conversation about maximizing your highest potential health and creativity. They are, literally, at your fingertips. The world we live in is transforming in every regard. You can feel it and smell it in the seasonal shifts and the rising of the seas. This is not a doomsday warning. It is an awakening. People get ready; there’s a change a comin’!
We will have refreshing cold pressed juices at the break courtesy of Sisú
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More about Stephanie
Stephanie Mines devotes herself to the resolution of personal and collective trauma. Her explorations into natural, non-pharmaceutical ways to unburden the nervous system from overwhelm have resulted in five books including the best-selling We Are All in Shock: How Overwhelming Experience Shatters You and What You Can Do About It and They Were Families: How War Comes Home. Dr. Mines is the founder of the TARA Approach for the Resolution of Shock and Trauma. She is also the convener and vison holder for CLIMATE CHANGE & CONSCIOUSNESS: Our Legacy for the Earth (www.ccc19.org).