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Introduction to Sacred Discourse
Wednesday, June 6, 5:00-6:30 pm Pacific

-- This is an online, interactive event --

Come to learn and experience of what Sacred Discourse is -- and why it exists now -- and what it promises! We will introduce to two key components of the Sacred Discourse experience: connection to what is sacred for you & diving into your stories, about yourself & the other.

The Sacred Discourse methodology can be used to cultivate transformational conversations across any type of conflict, or difference, on any social or political topic -- between individuals, in teams, and across communities.

This is an online, interactive call, using the Zoom platform  A couple of days before, you will receive a link for joining the call, along with other recommendations for making the call the best experience possible. You will also receive a reminder the day of the call.  Please contact Tom McSteen at tom@sacreddiscourse.com if you have any questions.


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Sacred Discourse: Creating Relational and Connective Conversations

Monday, May 21, 2018, 7:00-9:00 pm

Doors Open: 6:30pm
The Hall at St. John’s, 530 "C" Street at Sixth, Petaluma
RSVP not needed -- $15 at the door

Hosted by the Petaluma/Sebastopol IONS Community Group

Contact: Colette McMullen, Community Group Leader  
Colette@GlobalLightways.com

What could be possible when we take the time to get to know what matters to another before we start to speak? What might be created when conversations are designed to generate understanding and connection — and when the relationship is held as more important than the issue?

The promise of Sacred Discourse is that the world we all desire will be more possible when we choose to relate and connect with others in a different way, with those who have similar beliefs and views as well as those who do not. 

The Sacred Discourse methodology can be used to cultivate transformational conversations across any type of conflict or difference, on any social or political topic, between individuals, in teams, and across communities.