Monday, May 26th, 2014 Focus: I join with others to seek compassionate solutions to individual, community, and world problems.

nice1As Margaret Mead is famous for noting, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

The Millionth Circle Initiative, founded by Jean Shinoda Bolen, encourages people to gather for any of a multitude of purposes to “encourage connection and cooperation among their members and inspire compassionate solutions to individual, community, and world problems.” The millionth circle refers to the circle whose formation tips the scales, shifting planetary consciousness for the better.

The phrase was inspired by the Hundredth Monkey Effect, a parable that has sustained social activists to continue their efforts when conventional wisdom has said that nothing (certainly not ordinary people) could deter negative forces such as the nuclear arms race between the superpowers or war efforts in other countries. In this phenomenon, once a critical number is reached, a particular learned behavior spreads instantaneously from one group of animals to all related animals in the region or the world.

Excerpted from the article:
Connection and Cooperation: The Hundredth Monkey Resonance Field
by Patricia Broersma.

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Riding into Your Mythic Life: Transformational Adventures with the Horse
by Patricia Broersma.

Riding into Your Mythic Life teaches skills for developing intuition, compassion, and leadership, and ultimately for stepping into one’s greater life. The book encourages an awareness of subtle cues in oneself and others — both horses and people — and ways to orchestrate this awareness to overcome painful life events and lead a more joyful and fulfilling life.

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