DIANE MUSHO HAMILTON
Title of contribution:
Evolving Worldviews: The Zen of Our Shared Evolution (Keynote and Big Process)
Where & when:
Toscana (Main) Wednesday, 23rd May 18:00-19:30
Project: Evolving Worldviews: The Zen of Our Shared Evolution
Studies in human development describe that we move from narrower perspectives to greater ones that are more inclusive and nuanced. As global leaders and change-makers we must recognize differing world-views and work with them in ourselves and in others. This experiential session is a guided journey through evolving world-views and will demonstrate how we grow to include more complexity, more competency, and compassion. The program will explore developmental levels: ego-centric, ethno-centric, world-centric, and kosmic-centric. In small groups we will use sentence-stems to articulate the interior texture and attributes of each level. The program will close with practical advice for how to ground and integrate this teaching into your leadership and action. Becoming a human nexus for the evolution of the humanity can become the essence of your daily practice.
About Diane Musho Hamilton:
Diane Musho Hamilton is an award winning mediator and a uniquely gifted master facilitator, an author and a teacher of Integral Spirituality and Zen. She is well known as an innovator in facilitating group dialogues, especially conversations about culture, religion, race and gender relations. In 2014, Diane co-founded the international Integral Facilitator Certificate Program and she is the lead teacher at Ten Directions. She has been a major contributor to the growth of the Integral movement worldwide; collaborating with the Integral Institute and Ken Wilber since 2004, and developing the Integral Life Practice seminars and the Integral Spiritual Experience global events. Diane received dharma transmission from Genpo Roshi in the Soto Zen tradition in 2006. Diane and her husband Michael Mugaku Zimmerman founded Two Arrows Zen in Salt Lake City, USA. She is the author of Everything is Workable, and The Zen of You and Me, both published by Shambhala Publications.