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  • Dixie Mahy
    from Dixie Mahy President San Francisco Vegetarian Society
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      Dixie Mahy

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      San Francisco Vegetarian Society


      Subject: FREE EVENT:  Intro to Ecology of Leadership @ Common Circle Education
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      The team at Common Circle Education is thrilled to announce a very special evening introduction to the Ecology of Leadership with
      James Stark and Christopher Kuntzsch from the Regenerative Design
      Institute in Bolinas.

      Since 2006, Ecology of Leadership programs have served hundreds of non-profit leaders, community activists, eco-social entrepreneurs, and other conscious change-makers, in deepening their paths of service and the fulfillment with which they bring their gifts, visions, and passions into their lives, their organizations, their
      communities, and the world.

      This special evening session will give you the opportunity to touch into the essence, core principles, and practices of the Ecology of Leadership journey, which integrates pathways for self-awareness and nature-connection with principles of regenerative systems thinking and Permaculture.

      Come and take part in germinating a new paradigm of regenerative, heart-centered, nature-sourced leadership and learn how engaging this unique and transformative model could support you in stepping
      more powerfully into your gifts, your passions and more firmly onto
      your  path of service in the world.
      When:  Tuesday, Jan 12th at 7:30pm       (DOORS OPEN AT 7:15PM - NO LATE ARRIVALS PLEASE)

      Where: Common Circle Education - 2130 Center Street, Berkeley

      Cost:  FREE EVENT (The Earth Forum is our community offering)

      RSVP:  http://commoncircle.com/rsvp/20100112/16


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