I would like to spark a global conversation about consciousness and I’m devoting 2020 to doing whatever I can to help that to happen. It is critical that we human beings understand our own consciousness–where we are, where we’ve come from, and where we are developing into. If we can do this, we just might be able to save ourselves. If you would like to join me in this endeavor (and I hope you do), there are several ways in which you can participate.
Invite me to speak/spark a conversation about consciousness at your church, book club, or gathering.
In January, I will be in the Fort Myers area of Florida. If you live in that area, and would like to participate in the conversation spark, please connect with me through email (email@example.com).
In the first part of February, I will be in Raleigh, North Carolina, and am scheduled to speak on the 9th at Umstead Park UCC.
During the last half of February and all of March, I will be in Fort Wayne, Indiana, devoting my time to sparking this conversation with these interesting women: Condra Ridley, Emily Guerrero, Kimberly Kozan Flory, and Kathi Weiss. The event will take place on March 29, 2020, from 1:30 to 3:30 in the downtown Allen County Public Library Theatre. The title is “Consciousness & Women in History.” This event is sponsored by Sophia’s Portico and will be opened with a song sung by Beth Murphy Beams.
I will be adding a class or two to March, 2020, that will happen in Fort Wayne, IN. I’ll post them on my website calendar when they’re firm—stay tuned.
From April, 2020 on, I am open. I am willing to travel far
and wide to meet with groups of any size. I will bring the book What Is Consciousness? with me, which
is a good, easy-to-read, basic primer about consciousness, to give as a gift to
those who would like to read it. If you don’t already have a copy and would
like to read it, you can get it on Amazon.com, (paperback, kindle, or audible—the
audible version is free!), or simply connect with me through email or my
website, and I will be happy to send you a copy.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey! Let’s help ourselves and others gain a better understanding of who we are.