Sunday, December 5 • 6:00am - 8:00am
The Evolutionary Metaphysics of the Pandemic - What Love is calling us Into

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The Pandemic is the loudest and noisiest topic that we are bombarded with these days. But most of the time what is spoken into is either about the epidemiological science (the rational part), the political challenges, or social responses of fear and judgement that er creatiing a deeply polarized and more and more hostile environment.

What rarely gets explored is the massive evolutionary potential (the metaphysical part) this alchemical process is holding for us, and how it has everything to do with love and relationship.

In this interactive lecture we will explore the basic principles of evolution and growth and how they relate to relationship and love. With the foundation laid, we’ll start asking the important questions. Why is this all happening now? Why is it dividing us so profoundly? What are we not seeing?

Eventually I want to invite you into a bold proposition: What if this is all for love? What if this is part of the great cosmic journey of evolution? What if this is an invitation into a new paradigm of relationship? What if this is the arrival of the kingdom of love?

The lecture will be a rollercoaster journey through the scientific, philosophic and spiritual nature of the human experience, an attempt to orient our position on the evolutionary spiral, and the potential our love relationships hold to transmute the current challenges into the sacred potential they hold!


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Lennart Hennig

Institute for Integral Development and Collective Growth
Lennart is an embodiment, intimacy, and leadership coach. He explores the edges of personal and cultural development through the angles of consciousness, embodiment, safety, trauma, and co-creativity. His deepest inquiry is the potential we can tap into when we begin to accept and... Read More →

Sunday December 5, 2021 6:00am - 8:00am PST
Hall 2