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A Free Online Event
featuring Global Changemaker
Scilla Elworthy
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Are you curious about the hidden story behind the rise of world-changing women and what practices, insights and perspectives you can apply to
your own life?

If so, you’ll want to learn from Scilla Elworthy, who has worked with many of the most fascinating, prominent and compelling women change-leaders of our day to distill their secrets to living empowered, joyful and impactful lives.

The era when women’s efforts were invisible and their voices muted is coming to an end... and during this online event, you’ll learn how women around the globe are rising up to claim a new kind of sacred power – one based in reverence for life, resilience and love.

If you are called to be a changemaker who stands up against injustice or helps the poor, the marginalized and the destitute, but are uncertain about the path to take to make a real impact, come learn some of the secrets from women who have gone before you including how to express the compassion and resolve that are your feminine birthright.

Scilla Elworthy is renowned for helping to develop nuclear policy dialogues globally as well as advising on the launch of The Elders. She’s been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize three times. She knows what makes women change-leaders tick... from the inside.

In this special hour, she’ll help you claim the “rising woman” within YOU – the one who is passionate about making the changes that will allow life to thrive on this planet. It’s about caring for ALL of Earth’s citizens, from people to animals to the whole of the universe. It’s about loving boldly and courageously enough to shift larger systems. It’s about speaking truth AS power, not just TO power.

It’s about you liberating your soul force and becoming inspired to put it into action in the world.

Scilla will show you how to:

  • Put into practice the key secrets she’s witnessed in renowned women changemakers.
  • Discover your inner power – developing a resilience of the soul which enables you to tackle the real problems of the world in a wise way.
  • Reduce the negative drivers in your psyche such as guilt, shame, fear and anger.
  • Learn how to overcome your fears and issues around money and fundraising.
  • Identify what is deeply meaningful to you, what you’re longing for and let that guide you.

If you have long desired to marry the tender depths of yourself with the passionate call for a more just, humane and thriving world – this event was created for you. You’ll learn the secrets to success of some of the world’s most beloved and inspiring changemakers.

Scilla will distill for you hard-earned wisdom for how you can expand your vision of yourself, release a sense of inadequacy and stand in your destiny as a force to be reckoned with.

Join us for an inspiring hour!

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About Scilla Elworthy:

Scilla Elworthy, Ph.D. founded the Oxford Research Group in 1982 to develop effective dialogue between nuclear weapons policy-makers worldwide and their critics. This work included a series of dialogues between Chinese, Russian and western nuclear scientists and military, for which she has been three times nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

She founded Peace Direct in 2002 to fund, promote and learn from local peacebuilders in conflict areas. Peace Direct was voted "Best New Charity" in 2005. Scilla was awarded the Niwano Peace Prize in 2003 and was adviser to Peter Gabriel, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Sir Richard Branson in setting up The Elders. She co-founded Rising Women Rising World, which advises the leadership of selected international corporations and teaches young social entrepreneurs. Her latest book is Pioneering the Possible: Awakened Leadership for a World That Works (North Atlantic Books, 2014), and her TED talk on non-violence has been viewed by over 900,000 people.