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Signs of Hope: New Stories Shaping a Better World
We are delighted to offer this series of monthly conversations with pioneers serving the Common Good and actively sowing seeds of a better world at every opportunity.

We find ourselves in a period of transition between two Ages when old structures and beliefs are dying and new ones are emerging.  Sometimes it is difficult to see the hope-filled shoots of new possibilities amid the disarray of a society in upheaval.

The intent behind this new series is more than just naming projects around the planet that are giving birth to hope – its deeper purpose is to create a portal through which the presence of Fiery Hope can enter and ignite the heart of our humanity.  It is an invitation for us to act as true Gaians and be active agents of Hope and Healing wherever and whenever we find ourselves - encouraging us to step up and offer our unique gifts in response to the call of the Soul and the urgent need of the times.

Our guests for the October 17th Signs of Hope broadcast will be announced soon. Michael Lindfield will host the session on behalf of Meditation Mount.

This event is offered freely with no fee. You are invited to support Meditation Mount's Mission, which allows us to continue offering online and future on-site experiences, by making a donation here: https://zoom.MeditationMount.org/donate/

Oct 17, 2021 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Michael Lindfield
Board President @Meditation Groups, Inc.
Michael is a highly regarded consultant and coach helping unleash the creativity of the human spirit to meet the needs of our times and the call of the future. He learned his craft from a range of experiences that include: a 14-year residency as a gardener and as Director of Education at the Findhorn Community in Scotland; small-scale organic farming in western Sweden; conducting seminars and presenting at conferences around the world on the theme of ‘transforming self and society’ and as a senior organization development consultant with The Boeing Company from 1989-2005.