Shambhala Lineage, History, and Culture: Proclaiming Basic Goodness. With Acharya Alan Schwartz
- Davis Shambhala Meditation Center, Davis CA
An Interactive Community Event
Creating Good Work - Building Healthy Economies is a community talk and collaborative interaction that shows how we can bring meaning and purpose into the workplace and live a life that makes a difference for others. An opportunity to plan for a future where we learn to do good work, while supporting our hearth and home. How do we create enterprises, work, and ultimately economies that reflect a life of meaning and purpose? How do we avoid having to make “rotten compromises” in the work we choose to do? What steps can we take so that 20-25 years down the road we don’t experience the disappointment, regret or dissatisfaction that decisions we’ve made, although well-meaning, have not had the outcome and the impact we hoped for.
An evening of ideas and action that has the opportunity to shift the economies of entire communities.
We don’t dream this into existence, we build it!
Ron Schultz, the editor of Creating Good Work, is the founder and President of Entrepreneurs4Change. He has written or co-written along with having published 22 previous books including: Coherence in the Midst of Complexity, Adjacent Opportunities – Sparking Emergent Social Action, & Open Boundaries: Creating Business Innovation through Complexity, (with Howard Sherman)
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Northern California Shambhala is a community of meditation centers and study groups located in Berkeley, Davis, San Francisco, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Sonora, Silicon Valley and Grass Valley. To locate a center near you, click here.
The Shambhala Lineage is a spirtual tradition founded on the principle that all beings are fundamentally good and deeply desire to create meaningful human society together. By bravely taking the time and space for self reflection we can both individually and communally awaken our inherent confidence, intelligence, and good will and desire for a better world.
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