Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Announcing the World Summit for Humanity, Durango, CO

World Summit for Humanity

—Empty Your Mind, Fill Your Heart—

Organizers announce a one day conference in Durango, CO to benefit humanity

After watching Dalai Lama Renaissance, Kristi Miller and Rebecca Mauldin were inspired to bring together a group of individuals from various backgrounds and life experiences to participate in a World Summit for Humanity. The event will take place on Sunday, November 2, 2008 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The purpose of the World Summit for Humanity is for participants to recognize and ignite their ability to be world leaders and to choose--through consensus--an action that each group member will support and participate in after the summit.

The summit will provide opportunities for each participant to explore the fears, desires, and needs that drive their relationship to the world and its people. Participants will be asked to detach from preconceived ideas and beliefs and instead, operate from the heart as they explore possibilities for acting in service to humanity. They should be prepared to find common ground among the group of potentially diverse individuals, and select and participate in an action to serve the world's people.

Applications, registration details and information about future events are available through the Rocky Mountain Institute of Healing ArtsRegistration is limited to 20 people. Please register soon! To help offset expenses, we are asking for a $10 registration fee. However, no one will be excluded from participation due to inability to pay.

Desire for world service
Willingness to let go of at least one belief about the issues of the world
Willingness to hold the beliefs of others in your heart
Willingness to commit to taking the chosen action after the summit

For more information, to register, or to support the World Summit for Humanity, please contact Rebecca Mauldin
by phone: (970) 385-5142
by email: rebecca@instituteofhealingarts.com

We invite you to forward this email to anyone you think may be interested.
Thank you, Rebecca & Kristi

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