May 18th, 2018 4:00 PM through May 20th, 2018 2:00 PM
What if you knew deep down that your heart and the world\'s heart are one with the creative power of the universe?
This power pulls us towards greater expression of what\'s possible for us as human beings. It gives us the capacity to re-envision ourselves and the world at large. And, it infuses us with the imagination and creative spirit to actively meet the challenges we face at this time.
Adventures in Human Possibility showcases the creative spark of genius alive in each of us and ways to harness our collective energy. At this conference we will:
- Connect with the creative spark of genius alive within and find ways to harness our collective energy
- Gain new insights and tools from presenters in Metaphysics, Aikido, Improvisation & Social Transformation to help us co-evolve our creative capacity "towards the extraordinary life arising within us"
- Rediscover the flow of creative energy through Integral Transformative Practice, Leonard Energy Training, Improv and the elements of surprise and wonder
- Reinvigorate the imagination and provide fertile conditions for our creativity to flourish and offer our gifts to the world
MEET THE PRESENTERS
Linda Holiday has a 6th degree black belt in Aikido, the martial art of peace, leadership and transformation. A pioneer in Aikido in the West since 1970, Linda\'s training with the masters in Japan is recounted in her book Journey to the Heart of Aikido. She is the chief instructor of Aikido of Santa Cruz, California, and teaches seminars nationally and internationally.
Emanuel Kuntzelman is a social entrepreneur, philosopher, environmentalist and lifelong spiritual seeker. As founder and president of Greenheart International, he has devoted his life to promoting cultural understanding, personal development, and social action in pursuit of a world that is sustainable, loving, and free.
Rachel Hamilton is an Emmy-nominated writer, actor and former Chicago Second City stage performer. She is an Improv teacher, performer and producer in the San Francisco Bay Area. Rachel consults executives, teams and organizations on the benefits of Improv for creating courageous and harmonious connection.
Christina Grote is the board chair of ITP International and a lifelong explorer in the realms of art, music, healing and spiritual practice. She created two large functional sculptures that sit in public parks in Columbus, Ohio, and co-wrote Towards a Larger Earth, an article appearing in the book Purpose Rising. Christina sings and plays washboard with a bluegrass band in the Midwest.
Basking in the beauty of Asilomar Conference Grounds on the Pacific coast, we will cultivate our sense of wonder and free the mind from patterns that limit our creative flow. The playful spirit of community will prevail as we discover our own boundless expressions of what\\\'s possible for ourselves and humanity.
Please visit our website for more information and to register. www.itp-international.org
Questions: contact Robert Stewart at email@example.com