umanity faces a profound reckoning, a collective rite of passage that is calling forth our deepest capacities for fierce love and radical vulnerability. In response, the platitudes can come easily: all the things we “should” be doing personally and collectively. And the reactive responses rooted in fear and insecurity come even easier and the big picture gets lost. The most inconvenient truths are seldom aired, deeper discussions are all too rare, and real dialogue among people with different worldviews remains almost unheard of. The good news is we were born for this moment! We’ve prepared—read the books, heard the sermons, worked on ourselves—and we are ready for the “on the job” training before us! Join transformation guide Scott Brown for an exploration of the ground of clarity, courage, and compassion, where all illusions of separation are burned in a radically loving, relational, and responsive spirituality. Say “Yes to Life!” in the Era of Collapse.
Presenter Biography. G. Scott Brown, MA is a visionary peacemaker and life and relationship coach who brings together psychology, spirituality, nature-based healing, and social change. He is the author of Active Peace: A Mindful Path to a Nonviolent World. Scott worked on the front lines of activism for over 15 years with organizations including Greenpeace. Since getting on the healing path he has applied his skills as a restorative justice program coordinator and mediator, a wilderness rites of passage guide, a workshop leader, and as a mentor to youth both in and out of the criminal justice system. He holds a master’s degree from Naropa University in transpersonal psychology and ecopsychology. More information about Scott and his work can be found at www.4ActivePeace.com.