How to Decipher the Signs and Messages Your Soul is Sending You to Guide You to Your Higher Destiny
Featuring Michael Bernard Beckwith, Matthew Fox, Lynne McTaggart, and Thomas Hübl. Hosted by Steve Farrell.
Saturday, October 19th, 11:00 am to 12:15 pm Pacific
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The “Impulse of the Soul” panel will explore…
- How we can get in touch with our soul‘s deepest impulse and distinguish between it and the machinations of our mental/emotional mind
- The costs and benefits of following your soul’s impulse throughout your life even in the face of opposition and other challenges
- How to navigate specific obstacles that can rise up in the way of following the impulse of your soul
- The meaning of “real wealth” and how it is born from following the soul’s impulse
Michael Bernard Beckwith founded the Agape International Spiritual Center, a trans-denominational community of thousands of local members and global live streamers. Highly regarded for its cultural, racial, and spiritual diversity, the late Coretta Scott King wrote to Beckwith, “I greatly admire what you are doing to bring about the Beloved Community, which is certainly what my dear husband worked for and ultimately gave his life.”
Agape’s local community outreach programs feed the homeless, serve incarcerated individuals and their families, partnership with community service organizations active in children’s schools and homes for youth at risk, support the arts, and advocate the preservation of our planet’s environmental resources. Agape’s global humanitarian programs provide food programs, retraining programs, schools, libraries, orphanages, hospitals, clinics, homes for unwed mothers, micro-loans, financial support during natural disasters, and human advocacy. Locations range from 8 African countries to Afghanistan, Bosnia, Columbia, Ecuador, India, Iraq, Kosovo, and Sri Lanka.
An eminent representative within diverse religious traditions and harbingers of world peace, in February 2012 Dr. Beckwith addressed the United Nations General Assembly as part of its annual World Interfaith Harmony Week. As co-founder and president of the Association for Global New Thought, he had the distinguished honor of presenting to Nelson Mandela the Gandhi King Award. Beckwith is also an international co-chair of the Gandhi King Season for Nonviolence which was launched at the United Nations in 1998 and is active in 900 international cities and 67 countries. About its mission His Holiness the Dalai Lama has said: “Both Gandhi and Martin Luther King are inspiring examples of the power and truth of nonviolence and the actions that arise from them. The Season for Nonviolence is a very good tool to remind us of their witness, and also the large unfinished work we have together in transforming awareness on our planet.” Beckwith served as co-chair of the Synthesis Dialogues 1, 11, and 111, which were attended by the Dali Lama.
Dr. Beckwith is a sought after meditation teacher, conference speaker, and seminar leader on the Life Visioning Process, which he originated. Three of his most recent books—Life Visioning, Spiritual Liberation, and TranscenDance Expanded are recipients of the prestigious Nautilus Award. He has appeared on Dr. Oz, The Oprah Winfrey Show, OWN Help Desk, Larry King Live, Tavis Smiley, and in his own PBS Special, The Answer Is You. Every Friday at 1 pm PST, thousands tune into his radio show on KPFK, Wake up: The Sound of Transformation.
For more information please visit www.agapelive.com
Matthew Fox is an internationally acclaimed spiritual theologian, Episcopal priest, and activist who was a member of the Dominican Order for 34 years. He holds a doctorate, summa cum laude, in the History and Theology of Spirituality from the Institut Catholique de Paris and has devoted 45 years to developing and teaching the tradition of Creation Spirituality, which is rooted in ancient Judeo-Christian teaching, inclusive of today’s science and world spiritual traditions; welcoming of the arts and artists; wisdom centered, prophetic, and committed to eco-justice, social justice and gender justice.
Fox has reinvented forms of education and worship and awakened millions to the much neglected earth-based mystical tradition of the West, revivifying awareness of Hildegard of Bingen, Meister Eckhart, Thomas Aquinas, and Thomas Merton, among other premodern and post-modern spiritual pioneers. He has authored more than 35 books on spirituality and contemporary culture, among them: Original Blessing, The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, The Reinvention of Work, A Spirituality Named Compassion and Meister Eckhart: A Mystic-Warrior for Our Times. His books, celebrated around the world, have been translated into 60 languages.
Fox believes that “by reinventing work, education and worship we can bring about a non-violent revolution on our planet” and has committed himself to this vision for many years. His 2006 book, The A.W.E. Project: An Educational Transformation for Post-Modern Times, lays out the elements of an educational revolution for young people that is based on his 40 years of educating adults with an alternative pedagogy based on cosmology, creativity and contemplation. Fox implemented this pedagogy in a project for inner city teenagers in Oakland called YELLAWE: “Youth and Elder Learning Laboratory for Ancestral Wisdom Education,” with the goal of reinventing education from the inner city out. An offshoot from this project has since taken root in Chicago.
Fox is currently collaborating with a group of Creation Spirituality leaders – his former students – to establish the new Fox Institute of Creation Spirituality, offering doctoral, masters, and certificate programs.
Lynne McTaggart is one of the central voices in the new consciousness movement. She is the the award-winning author of six books, including the worldwide bestsellers The Field, The Intention Experiment, The Bond and What Doctors Don’t Tell You, and the forthcoming The Power of Eight, and her books are now in some 30 languages. She has won many plaudits, including Kindred Spirit’s Spiritual Writer of the Year for 2013, the Nautilus Awards Best Science Book of 2012, and she is consistently listed in the Watkin’s annual list of the 100 most spiritually influential people in the world.
As editorial director of What Doctors Don’t Tell You (www.wddty.com), she publishes one of the world’s most highly praised health publications and runs highly popular health and spirituality teleconferences and workshops. For the second year running What Doctors Don’t Tell You has been awarded Best Website of the year for Health and Wellbeing and Ethical Business of the Year for 2015.
Lynne is also the architect of the Intention Experiments, a web-based ‘global laboratory,’ which was prominently featured in the plotline of Dan Brown’s blockbuster The Lost Symbol. Lynne has also appeared in many documentaries on the science of spirituality, including What the Bleep?! Down the Rabbit Hole, The Living Matrix, I Am and The Abundance Factor.
She and her husband, WDDTY co-founder Bryan Hubbard, work in London. They have two adult daughters.
Thomas Hübl is a contemporary spiritual teacher, and founder of the Academy of Inner Science. Through in-person workshops and online courses, Thomas has taught thousands of people how to awaken their highest potential by combining contemplative practices with the cutting edge of human developmental science. His work explores the leading edge of personal and collective transformation, incorporating meditative practices, somatic and subtle awareness, and conscious cultural engagement.
Thomas is also is co-founder of the Pocket Project, a global initiative whose mission is to integrate and heal collective trauma and reduce its effects worldwide. An activist for the cause of global healing, Thomas created the Celebrate Life Festival, which has taken place annually since 2004 and offers a profound experiential immersion in human and cultural transformation.
For more information, visit https://thomashuebl.com.
Before Steve Farrell co-founded Humanity’s Team with bestselling author Neale Donald Walsch, he co-founded and led two high-growth technology companies based in Silicon Valley in the 1990s that spanned across both the United States and Europe, were featured on the INC 500 list, and were each operating at more than $75 million in revenue.
By that time, Steve was also an officer in both the Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization and the Young President’s Organization, but he walked away from all of it when he felt a calling to instead play an active role in creating a movement that could help people across the globe connect more deeply with the Oneness of all of Life and the Divine energy of the Universe.
Steve is the Worldwide Executive Director of the Humanity’s Team non-profit organization and a member of the Evolutionary Leadership Council. He lives with his wife Stephanie and his two children in Boulder, Colorado.