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March 2022

USD30 – USD100

WSIF LiT Previews: Leadership in Transformation

How can I unfold the leader in me and actively participate in shaping the emergent future? Register at lit-forums.org - Take part in our LiT Previews  by joining our upcoming online Forums: Mar 22: Aonghus Gordon on "I as I: From Limitation to Potentiality" Apr 6: Carrie Schuchardt on "I and You: From Power to Agreement" May 4: John Bloom on "We in the World: From Scarcity to Abundance" June 8: Thea Maria Carlson on "We and Beyond: From Competition to…

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USD30 – USD100

WSIF LiT 1: I as I – From Limitation to Potentiality with Aonghus Gordon

Register at lit-forums.org --- How and where we enter our birth place on the globe draws in characteristics of heredity and our place of culture. We may consider that the task of education is to free us from both these potential limitations. For the “I” to free itself requires a journey into self-management and on to self-leadership. During this process, the “I” undergoes countless iterations, often by encountering resistance. Recognizing the effectiveness of this journey can be seen in the practical…

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USD30 – USD100

WSIF LiT Previews: Contemplative Practice with Bart Vanmechelen

Register at lit-forums.org - After each contribution, we will review and contemplate on what we’ve heard - to deepen our understanding, to deeper connect with what inspired us, and to discover ways to integrate it in our daily practice. A series of questions will guide us through the different steps and the notes we take can help us to work further on the theme in the time between the different forum sessions. - About the Contributor: With his colleagues Jan Goeschel…

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April 2022

USD30 – USD100

WSIF LiT 2: I and You – From Power to Agreement with Carrie Schuchardt

Register at lit-forums.org --- World upheaval in the sphere of human rights compels us to deepen our understanding of social equality. This begins with the dynamic challenges and discoveries of the relationship of the “I am with the Other”. It continues to develop within relationships formed in endeavors where the I and the Other recognize and confront the needs of the world. We will explore the urgent questions of rights and responsibilities, turning to the specific phenomenon of the international surge…

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EUR12 – EUR140

WSIF EA 5: Human Becoming & Ecology – The Dynamic Unfolding

Register at WSIF EAST AFRICA JOIN - The human being's nature is created under the diversity of dynamism. We have a task as human beings, that is, to realize the true focus and mission of the dynamic nature in us so that eventually we gain the potential as knowledge in our process of learning and teaching. The digital world should stand as a tool in order to reach our goal - the goal of the dynamic nature in us. -…

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May 2022

USD30 – USD100

WSIF LiT 3: We in the World – From Scarcity to Abundance with John Bloom

Register at lit-forums.org --- Based primarily on Rudolf Steiner’s Economics Lectures , we will explore the nature of economic thinking, practical and new economic approaches, and a deeper understanding of capital and money. We will redefine how scarcity and abundance are characterized in mainstream economics and how to work economically through bringing together unused resources with unmet needs. The purpose of this introduction will be to demystify economics, understand it in relation to the earth and its ecology as a closed…

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EUR12 – EUR140

WSIF EA 6: Human Becoming & Ecology – The Dynamic Unfolding

Register at WSIF EAST AFRICA JOIN - Looking at human potential through the cultural, societal, economical and ecological spheres and how education can be a tool to unfold one’s authentic Self in service of others. - About the Contributors: Silviah Njagi is a Waldorf educator since 2002 and founding teacher Mount Kenya Waldorf (Nanyuki Waldorf Initiative) in Nairobi. Ruth Thuku (Kenya) is an early childhood educator for 19 years - currently working at Nairobi Waldorf School and also a part-time adult/teacher-trainer…

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June 2022

USD30 – USD100

WSIF LiT 4: We and Beyond – From Competition to Collaboration with Thea Maria Carlson

Register at lit-forums.org --- Each of us stands in the midst of massive crises: climate change, wildfires, drought, massive social disparities and injustice, disappearing topsoil and biodiversity, a pandemic with no end in sight. At the root of all of these external manifestations of crisis is a deep separation in human relationships to the Earth, each other, and ourselves. Drawing on diverse streams of wisdom, we will explore what it might look like to shift how we relate — from separation…

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EUR12 – EUR140

WSIF EA 7: Conditions for Establishing a Collective Culture

Register at WSIF EAST AFRICA JOIN - For this final workshop, Joan Sleigh will be speaking on "Conditions of a Collective Culture." - About the Contributor: Joan Sleigh is a teacher-trainer and worked as a Waldorf class teacher for 18 years. She served as a member of the Executive Council of the General Anthroposophical Society from 2013 to 2020 at the Goetheanum. She has been the project leader of the World Social Initiative Forum since 2015. - Jun 11, Saturday at…

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July 2022

USD10 – USD420

Elderberries – WSIF US Forum 2022: Becoming the Spirit of Detroit

  Register at ELDEBERRIES WSIF US FORUM 2022 JOIN - Autonomy, self-initiated organizational structures, mutual partnerships, and agricultural renewal are not just ideals in Detroit. These values are practiced by its people out of the will to overcome poverty, inequality, and marginalization still experienced in their community. The courageous, resilient spirit of Detroit has been a living example of a kind of social renewal that we need at this time - innovative, humane, and brave. We have so much to…

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