Aug
22
7:00 PM19:00

LGBTQI Meditation Group (EMBODY)

2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month

The Madison LGBTQI Meditation Group aspires to be a welcoming and inclusive space for practitioners of Buddhism who self-identify as LGBTQI. Members of the group represent various Buddhist traditions that come together monthly to create a refuge of mutual respect and understanding. Currently, this group chooses to be designated as LGBTQI-only for the purposes of cultivating a sincere circle of belonging that feels safe to its members, where they may intimately explore spirituality in the context of multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, age, and dis/abilities. Contact: sidbrichards@gmail.com, 608/333-2127, https://madisonlgbtqmeditation.com/

 Free (donations accepted)


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Sep
12
7:00 PM19:00

LGBTQI Meditation Group (EMBODY)

2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month

The Madison LGBTQI Meditation Group aspires to be a welcoming and inclusive space for practitioners of Buddhism who self-identify as LGBTQI. Members of the group represent various Buddhist traditions that come together monthly to create a refuge of mutual respect and understanding. Currently, this group chooses to be designated as LGBTQI-only for the purposes of cultivating a sincere circle of belonging that feels safe to its members, where they may intimately explore spirituality in the context of multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, age, and dis/abilities. Contact: sidbrichards@gmail.com, 608/333-2127, https://madisonlgbtqmeditation.com/

 Free (donations accepted)


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Sep
20
to Sep 23

The Transformative Possibilities of Authentic Dialog (HUB, EMBODY, Kitchen)

Two trainers: Kathleen Macferran (USA) and Yoram Mosenzon (Israel/Netherlands) will offer this unique NVC workshop, from inner work, to interpersonal dialogues, to global transformation: 
Yoram will lead the first 2 days focused on the Art of Dialogue:
Radical Honesty, Radical Empathy: Leading an authentic dialogue
Healing dialogues- having the skills to clear up the mess instead of trying to be perfect
The art of details: The miniature subtlety of being a human, and being humans together
Intimacy: Find sustainable paths to intimacy
Anger guilt, fear, depression and other dear friends: Processes such as: ‘Liberating from guilt’, ‘The beauty of Anger’, ‘Fear as a gate to my life project’, ‘Loving my depression’
Street Giraffe: How to connect with ALL people? (principles in finding my own fluid personal Giraffe language that doesn’t sound ‘weird’).
The Art of effortlessness: where creativity in dialogue is coming from?
And more...

Kathleen will lead the second 2 days focused on Application of skills moving out into the world:
Explore ways to build trust at work and in your community
Build bridges between polarized groups
Bring dynamic dialog to tough social issues
Find ways to transform conflict into cooperation

Contact Jennifer Warnick for more information or to register: jawarnick@sbcglobal.net or (608) 556-3199

http://wisconsinempathyguild.org


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Sep
26
3:30 PM15:30

Connecting In: Life Skills, Emotional Resilience and Depp Bonds on the Cancer Journey (EMBODY)

Wednesdays, September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7 and November 21

A program for cancer patients and survivors who want to actively attend to empowering themselves to heal holistically - body, mind, heart, and relationships.

Email Efrat (efrat@opencirclestudio.com) with questions.


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Sep
26
7:00 PM19:00

LGBTQI Meditation Group (EMBODY)

2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month

The Madison LGBTQI Meditation Group aspires to be a welcoming and inclusive space for practitioners of Buddhism who self-identify as LGBTQI. Members of the group represent various Buddhist traditions that come together monthly to create a refuge of mutual respect and understanding. Currently, this group chooses to be designated as LGBTQI-only for the purposes of cultivating a sincere circle of belonging that feels safe to its members, where they may intimately explore spirituality in the context of multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, age, and dis/abilities. Contact: sidbrichards@gmail.com, 608/333-2127, https://madisonlgbtqmeditation.com/

 Free (donations accepted)


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Oct
10
3:30 PM15:30

Connecting In: Life Skills, Emotional Resilience and Depp Bonds on the Cancer Journey (EMBODY)

Wednesdays, September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7 and November 21

A program for cancer patients and survivors who want to actively attend to empowering themselves to heal holistically - body, mind, heart, and relationships.

Email Efrat (efrat@opencirclestudio.com) with questions.


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Oct
10
7:00 PM19:00

LGBTQI Meditation Group (EMBODY)

2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month

The Madison LGBTQI Meditation Group aspires to be a welcoming and inclusive space for practitioners of Buddhism who self-identify as LGBTQI. Members of the group represent various Buddhist traditions that come together monthly to create a refuge of mutual respect and understanding. Currently, this group chooses to be designated as LGBTQI-only for the purposes of cultivating a sincere circle of belonging that feels safe to its members, where they may intimately explore spirituality in the context of multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, age, and dis/abilities. Contact: sidbrichards@gmail.com, 608/333-2127, https://madisonlgbtqmeditation.com/

 Free (donations accepted)


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Oct
24
3:30 PM15:30

Connecting In: Life Skills, Emotional Resilience and Depp Bonds on the Cancer Journey (EMBODY)

Wednesdays, September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7 and November 21

A program for cancer patients and survivors who want to actively attend to empowering themselves to heal holistically - body, mind, heart, and relationships.

Email Efrat (efrat@opencirclestudio.com) with questions.


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Nov
21
3:30 PM15:30

Connecting In: Life Skills, Emotional Resilience and Depp Bonds on the Cancer Journey (EMBODY)

Wednesdays, September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7 and November 21

A program for cancer patients and survivors who want to actively attend to empowering themselves to heal holistically - body, mind, heart, and relationships.

Email Efrat (efrat@opencirclestudio.com) with questions.


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Aug
13
5:00 PM17:00

The Heart of Entrepreneurship: Learning How to Thrive in a Gig Economy (HUB, Kitchen)

 A gathering for entrepreneurs, freelancers, artists, consultants, healers, visual practitioners and anyone else wanting to explore the topic of bringing heart to business. We will focus on the highs and lows of working in the “gig” economy inspired by the recent Harvard Business Review article: Thriving in the Gig Economy: How Successful Freelancers Manage the Uncertainty. How do we navigate the highs and lows – the tensions between the anxiety and exhilaration of our gig economy work? How do we cultivate connections to place, routines, purpose and people that best serve us? How do these connections help us endure the unpredictable nature of our work? What more can we do to energize and inspire ourselves in work and play? 

This gathering will be co-hosted and facilitated by Stephanie Steigerwaldt and Efrat Livny.

Please email  info@atthreshold.com for more information. 


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Aug
8
7:00 PM19:00

LGBTQI Meditation Group (EMBODY)

2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month

The Madison LGBTQI Meditation Group aspires to be a welcoming and inclusive space for practitioners of Buddhism who self-identify as LGBTQI. Members of the group represent various Buddhist traditions that come together monthly to create a refuge of mutual respect and understanding. Currently, this group chooses to be designated as LGBTQI-only for the purposes of cultivating a sincere circle of belonging that feels safe to its members, where they may intimately explore spirituality in the context of multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, age, and dis/abilities. Contact: sidbrichards@gmail.com, 608/333-2127, https://madisonlgbtqmeditation.com/

 Free (donations accepted)


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Jul
25
7:00 PM19:00

LGBTQI Meditation Group (EMBODY)

2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month

The Madison LGBTQI Meditation Group aspires to be a welcoming and inclusive space for practitioners of Buddhism who self-identify as LGBTQI. Members of the group represent various Buddhist traditions that come together monthly to create a refuge of mutual respect and understanding. Currently, this group chooses to be designated as LGBTQI-only for the purposes of cultivating a sincere circle of belonging that feels safe to its members, where they may intimately explore spirituality in the context of multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, age, and dis/abilities. Contact: sidbrichards@gmail.com, 608/333-2127, https://madisonlgbtqmeditation.com/

 Free (donations accepted)


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Jul
22
2:30 PM14:30

Connecting In: Life Skills, Emotional Resilience, and Deep Bonds on the Cancer Journey

Open House to explore a new program

"Connecting In: Life Skills, Emotional Resilience, and Deep Bonds on the Cancer Journey"

Cancer is a challenging terrain and an intimate journey for each person living with it.  How do we navigate this terrain as whole people, focusing on our well-being, our deeper healing, on our relationship to ourselves and to others? How do we cultivate the skills, increase our capacity and find the support we need along the path? If you are a person with a cancer diagnosis, a caregiver, family member or friend, or a medical/therapeutic professional, we invite you to join us for an opportunity to learn about, ask questions and give voice to your interests and needs. Co-facilitated by Efrat Livny and Suzanne Kilkus, who bring their own unique experience of cancer, many years of professional experience, their abiding friendship and their commitment to inquiry and to community, this gathering is a prelude to a program that will begin in the September 2018. We invite you to attend and to invite family, friends and colleagues


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Jul
20
11:30 AM11:30

From Novice to Masterchef with THERMOMIX, Wisconsin cooking (HUB, Kitchen)

Do you have a Thermomix or want to know more? We are offering you the first Thermomix cooking class in Wisconsin.

Come for tips and tricks to cook with the world's most desired Kitchen Appliance, made in Germany and with more than 10 million followers around the world. Cooking classes with Thermomix are not only a great way to learn fresh new recipe ideas, but are also a great way to meet and share ideas with like-minded people in the Thermomix culinary community − and all in a friendly environment.Reserve a place today for you and bring a friend and discover how Thermomix can simplify your cooking. Cost:Free,  but registration required. Register:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-novice-to-masterchef-with-thermomix-wisconsin-cooking-class-tickets-47836209390 

Contact:Malgorzata (312) 989-0903 

Open to the Public

http://shop.thermomix.com/


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