Catalytic Memes: The Transformative Power of the ‘New Story’ – October 14th at 4 p.m. PDT

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Humans Are Story-Makers And We Are Responsible For The Stories We Create!

Join this dynamic SDGI learner as she discusses her belief in a consensual reality created by a collective ‘story’ that gives common meaning to experience.  Jessica examined several case studies to assess the impact of a specific meme on its supporting culture.

  • The ‘new story’ becomes the next ‘old story’ and we’re accountable for the unintended consequences of our actions.
  • What happens when stories contradict each other?
  • What is the role of belief and certitude?
  • Does the introjection of a non-linear possibility, a ‘new story,’ require direct experience?

Take this journey with Jessica Nichol as she facilitates this evocative conversation centered around powerful questions.  You’re welcome to share your observations and insight.

Join us October 14th at 4 p.m. PDT.

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Jessica Nichol

Jessica Nichol is a current learner of SDGI.  She has studied Enki Education with Beth Sutton and continues to explore holistic models with faculty mentors through SDGI coursework and on her own. “Recognition of the system, or ecosystem, has made a lasting impression on me. I spend a lot of time thinking about and exploring the integration of mind, body, and soul/spirit. I think about how everything is interrelated.” This fall and winter Jessica will be working on her thesis: exploring the benefits of implementing a holistic model of education in the rise of the fourth industrial revolution.