Alchemy of Women's Circles
The Charter For Compassion Women and Girls sector is proud to welcome you to a very special call featuring Jean Shinoda Bolen and Ann Smith in the V2020 webinar series called The Alchemy and Power of Women's Collective Power in Circle on Oct 10th at 8:00 AM PST, 11:00 AM EST.
This will be a power-packed conversation and every bit about what we will be nurturing and manifesting together in Toronto.
All are welcome to register and soak up the wisdom of these two amazing experts in their fields. Both are providing leadership for our event as well!
Please pass this on to all the women and men in your life to join us on this call. Following their discussion, the lines will be opened up for more voices to be heard in the "After Party". Please try to log on with your computer so we can see your face!
I hope to see you all on Oct 10th and look forward to greeting you in Toronto on Nov 1st with the rest of the Alchemy team.
Please follow the link to Register. It's free! https://charterforcompassion.org/v2020
Alchemy of Women's Wisdom and Power November 1st
Help make this the largest circle event worldwide. Join us by hosting a circle on November 1st and sending this flyer to organizations, circles and friends.
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We Rise! We Rise! We Rise Together!" UNCSW Panel
We rose together! This metaphor certainly is fitting, stated Jean Shinoda Bolen. It was a really fine panel, as each of us spoke eloquently about what we have individually spent years doing that would be furthered by a UN 5th World Conference on Women, with the humming sound of the Tibetan bell connecting us with each other and the audience at the heart level, and Rosemary William's introduction of us as a panel of committed people echoing the tone set by the bell with words. Something magical happened such as when people improvise around a theme in music, each contributing a solo, and the result is a one-time performance, which is a privilege to have participated in or to have been there. Elly Pradervand sharing her time with her SEVA awardee, did not miss a beat, and fit into the whole composition.
It was unexpected to hear several of you speak of your appreciation to me for carrying the 5WCW banner all this time, and receiving from Ambassador Chowdhury a 1325 pin, after he had described getting the "women, peace, and security” resolution #1325 passed by the Security Council. It is in need of political will to carry out the principles that could be generated by 5WCW.
Ambassador Chowdhury answered the question that has stop efforts to have a 5WCW. It was believed that a Fifth World Conference would change the Platform for Action document. Fortunately his answer was videotaped and this misconception can be put to rest. https://youtu.be/_4PBmJ82POs