Workshop with Charles Eisenstein, 10-5pm, 16th November, Serenity Cafe, Edinburgh

Charles Eisenstein will be visiting Scotland for the first time in November 2013.
He will be offering two public lectures – one in St Andrews and another in Edinburgh; one full day training event in Edinburgh; an open-meeting in Findhorn Comunity; he will also be a guest speaker at a training course at Findhorn Community, ‘Transition to Resilience’

The aim is to make these events accessible to as many people as possible, and throughout Charles will discuss the varied aspects of his work, his philosophies and the ideas behind his latest book out in November called ‘The more beautiful world our hearts know is possible’

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One day workshop – 16th Nov 10 – 5pm, Serenity Cafe Edinburgh
This workshop will has extremely limited seating and will be of particular interest to change agents, permaculture practitioners, earth activists, transition workers, community workers and folks engaged in work designed to enrich not just their lives, but the wider Earth community.

Our planet, our bodies, our very lives have come to us as a gift. Having “earned” none of these things, our natural tendency is toward gratitude and the desire to give in turn, to serve something greater than ourselves. But we all have habits and beliefs that interfere with fully living in the gift. In this gathering, we will clear those blockages so that we can be more effective as change agents. Through dialog and experiential processes, we will discover keys to living in a state of flow, to giving and receiving more fully, and creating things beyond our understanding of cause and effect.

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Edinburgh evening talk plus Q & A session with Charles Eisenstein, 17 Nov 7 – 8.45pm, Serenity Cafe, Edinburgh

Sacred Economics
We live in an abundant world. why do we experience such scarcity, anxiety and insecurity around money? Why are we driving the planet to ruin and how can we change course? Join the visionary author Charles Eisenstien for an exploration of practical solutions, starting on the personal level and extending to the political. At stake in today’s crisis, says Charles, is nothing less than the driving narratives of our civilisation. Everything is changing – including our relationships, our worldview, our inner lives, as well as our social and economic systems.
Date: Sunday 17th Nov
Time: 7 – 8.45pm
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