Creating a Living Co-Learning Community with Nora Bateson

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This video is the introduction to the sixth and final thought-provoking dialog from our 2019 Online Symposium: Exploring how Mystery Schools can create a Magnificent Future.

This session features Nora Bateson. Nora Bateson is an award-winning filmmaker, writer and educator, as well as President of the International Bateson Institute, based in Sweden. Her work asks the question “How we can improve our perception of the complexity we live within, so we may improve our interaction with the world?”.

About the Symposium

The symposium was an extended exploration of the many ways that mystery schools are alive and active today, and the role that we can play in shaping the future of this world.

A mystery school is a gathering of pioneering individuals working together to dramatically shift the course of the future.

Deep inside many of us know that something wonderful is possible for this world, but none of us can create that future on our own - it can only be done together.

We can learn how to support and teach each other so we can tap into the hidden sources of love and wisdom that wait for us in the heart and mind of the cosmos.

Together we can awaken each other to our true potential and unlock the higher human capacities that will change everything for everyone.

The symposium was an extended exploration of that incredible possibility.

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Jeff Carreira is a mystical philosopher and spiritual guide. He is the author of eleven books on meditation and philosophy. He teaches online programs and leads retreats throughout the world that teach people how to let go of their current perceptual habits so they are free to participate in the creation of a new paradigm. To put it simply, he supports people to live a spiritually inspired life, free from the constraints of fear, worry and self-doubt, and aligned with their own deepest sense of meaning and purpose.
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