If you are troubled by the state of humanity and the greater living Earth community, and you believe that we, as individuals, have the ability to effect our collective human unconscious through inner conflict resolution, you might enjoy participating in small integrative process groups of people working with topics of social, political, and global concern.
By working collectively with controversial issues such as systemic racism, corporate personhood, Obamacare, equal pay, the ISIS threat, factory farming, or human-mitigated climate change to name a few, we can reveal the deep fears and cosmic truths of the current and yet long-standing conflicts that keep humanity so intensely polarized. When you work at this level, you might find that you’re able to access and contextualize both sides of any polarized debate regardless of which position you normally hold or tend towards. The goal, however, is not only to gain perspective, but to reduce the charge of both defensive stances so that a greater conversation, and therefore re-imagining, is possible.
If this form of deep subtle activism resonates with you, please contact me, Kim Jordan. I’ll answer your questions and we can discuss your interests and my availability. I form video chat groups as they are requested, so you can form your own group if you like. Groups, however, do not exceed 6 participants and some experience with integrative process work, meditation, or an inquiry method is required. Cost is by donation for a 2 hour group process. Thank you for your interest and concern.
About Kim Jordan
I’m a transformational life coach with 12 years of experience as a Certified Voice Activated Integration (VAI) facilitator. VAI is a simple, verbal technique or inquiry method that allows for inner conflict resolution at many levels, so it can be applied to the archetypes and fundamental polarities held within the unconscious. The technique was developed by John Hoyle and is a flowering of the work of G. I. Gurdjieff.
I also have a master’s degree in Philosophy, Cosmology and Consciousness from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. This program aims “to shape the leadership necessary for profound, progressive transformation of social institutions and individual consciousness.” In addition, I have an earlier masters that was completed in the 1980s at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. UNC offered a program at that time called Human Performance. It allowed me to study both psychology and physiology, though there was no focus on the connection between the two.