Making Sense in Our World: A Warm Data Interactive Conversation
We find ourselves at a profound moment in history. Our geopolitical environment is shifting in ways that are unpredictable. New technologies are developing to a point where it becomes necessary to re-evaluate what it means to be and to flourish, as a human. Finally, the Uluru Statement from the Heart offers the opportunity to explore and experience new ways of being in and of, the world.
How we address these and other profound questions of our time will have practical implications now and into the future.
Is there a way to make sense of all of this without entrenching the patterns of thought that have created so many of the problems we encounter?
What is essential in a rapidly changing world?
During this participatory conversation we will experience another way of being in relationship. Together we will explore shifting dynamics and the character of systems that may be ‘stuck’ or ‘unhealthy’. Through deep listening, we will hope to enable the co-creation of spaces, insights and opportunities for a healthy ecology.
You will be hosted by Catherine Donnelley, curator and co-founder of Liminal Nexus Collective, Voices from the Heart Alliance and Synergetic Circles; and Michelle Bloom of The Ethics Centre, who has over 30 years experience working in organisational and family systems, to bring health, balance, connection and wellbeing to our communities.
With deep gratitude to Aboriginal Peoples, Community and Land.
THURS 11 MAY 2023
6PM – 8PM AEST
IN PERSON ONLY
Limited seats available
The Ethics Centre
Level 1, 161 Castlereagh St
$22 - General admission
$18 - Concession