September 7, 8 pm - 9:15 pm CET

One Humanity: Awakening the Global Mind and Heart

We are on the cusp of a global awakening of mind and heart. As part of the speakers in dialogue series, Domen Kocevar will consider the global awakening with concrete examples, such as One Humanity Institute that he co-founded in Oswiecim, Poland, next to Auschwitz, a place that saw the darkest days of European and world history, a place that can now contribute to building a culture of sustainable peace.

Today, at every moment, we can know what is happening in almost every corner of the world, be in tune with every being, with planet Earth as a whole, with plant life, animals, humanity, and its individuals. Of course, there is a question and valid concern about false news and reality distortion.

 

Global Mind is already here, through our connectedness, technology, and growing sensitivity to thoughts, even telepathy. But Global Heart is in a process of awakening as this will determine so many changes that human beings are resisting, consciously or unconsciously. The process has been in motion for decades but the next 5 years are crucial and can anchor us fully in co-feeling. There is no way out of responsibility.

 

In our dialogue, with a short introductory talk, we will touch the global process, where we are in it now, particularly in Europe, even more in Central and Eastern Europe. From there, we will go into a very concrete discussion about what One Humanity Institute is doing in Oswiecim/next to Auschwitz. Today, not only do we have a chance to step on the next level of connectedness of humanity, we simply have no other choice anymore. So let’s do it!

Start:

2020-09-07 20:00:00

End:

2020-09-07 21:15:00

Access Through: https://zoom.us/j/2110820518

Organizer:

Domen Kocevar

Domen Kocevar is an educator, spiritual leader and a scholar based in Slovenia with expertise in sustainable peace initiatives in Europe and around the world. He is co-founder, with Dr. Nina Meyerhof, of the One Humanity Institute, located in Oswiecim (Auschwitz), Poland, that has the goal to educate, awaken and lead in stepping above the roles of victims and villains, be firm in the proclamation of “never again” and build a sustainable culture of peace. He is also the founder and director of the Theosophical Library of Alma M. Karlin, among numerous other initiatives. Visit the One Humanity Institute website: https://onehumanity.institute/
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