We are living in a time of unprecedented connectivity.
With our world’s population approaching the 7.5-billion mark and technology allowing us to converge with previously unimaginable speed and frequency . . . we humans are virtually – and quite literally – bumping into each other.
Connectivity may, in fact, be the most powerful tool in our lives today, with informational, economic, social, cultural and political impact.
Yet for all the ways connectivity has expanded our ability to earn a living without ever leaving our home office, stay in touch with long lost relatives and order just about anything we can think of with the click of a mouse, it hasn’t had the same impact on the spiritual practices we use to access higher levels of consciousness and expand what’s really possible for our lives and our world.
In fact, the spiritual practices that are available to us often require that we do exactly the opposite of connecting – retreat from one another, close our eyes, and become quiet and still.
Here’s the challenge with that approach:
The most highly evolved parts of the human brain and nervous system are wired for relatedness and engagement. And that’s what we actually need to tap into and cultivate in order for us all to move to the next phase of our evolution.
That’s why we want to introduce you to an emergent, leading-edge spiritual practice called Mutual Awakening that actually supports our human need to connect with each other.
To discover this groundbreaking practice that is done together, speaking and with our eyes wide open, join internationally known contemporary spiritual teacher and author, Patricia Albere, who has helped more than 200,000 people transform their lives and their consciousness over the last 40 years, for Beyond Me to We: Activating Our Highest Potentials Through Mutual Awakening.
During this live, no-charge, 60-minute workshop happening on Wednesday, May 15th at 5 P.M. PT / 8 P.M. ET, Patricia will reveal the new paradigm of consciousness and spiritual practice you can use to step into the fullness and power of who you are and who you can be.