June 13th 2020
The United Nations designated 5 June as World Environment Day to preserve and enhance the environment for the well-being of people throughout the world. “#celebrate biodiversity”. Now what about the care for our inner environment? In light of the recent events in the US related to racial discrimination, which clearly highlights that the real pandemic is within us, embedded as seeds of intolerance and non acceptance in the deep recesses of our minds and perpetually fed by our prejudice and hatred. How can we possibly protect our outer, when there is chaos within us? How can we save ourselves from the dangers of the constant inner turbulence of judgments, likes and dislikes, and our emotional baggage that accumulates all the time, as well as saving our external environment?
Speaker : Cassie Stockamp, is a former President of Athenaeum Foundation with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing and fundraising industries, and skilled in non-profit organizations, grassroots organizing, government, non-profit consulting, and program evaluation. As a former chair of the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority, she is really passionate about mass transit. She was involved in bringing the environmental friendly Indianapolis transit – the Red Line, the nation’s first battery-electric bus rapid transit (BRT) system. She is a strong business development professional with an economics focus with a BS from Ball State University and an MBA from Indiana University Fort Wayne. Founder of the Monumental yoga in Indianapolis. She has been a bike commuter, social activist and mom to two amazing women.
Speaker : John D. Carter, earned his PhD at Case Western Reserve University and studied at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. Currently he is the President and CEO of the Gestalt Organization & Systems Development Center and has worked on five continents. The integrative perspective of Heartfulness Meditation and the GestaltOSD body of knowledge supports John being centered/grounded and connected to the Highest. This self-mastery enhances awareness, knowledge and skills related to self and others. John is passionate in life about the plight of the African American male and the privatization of water. He wants to inspire everyone to seek compassion, joy and kindness in their daily lives.
Speaker : Janmarie Connor, is the CEO of a small business in North America in the construction industry. She has over 25 years’ experience with organization, systems and leadership development.A graduate of Indiana University and the Gestalt Center for OSD, she has consulted in both corporate and nonprofit settings in North & South America and in Asia. Janmarie’s life-long vocation has been the exploration of human consciousness and the heart’s capacity to open, uplift and transcend life’s circumstances. She enjoys seeing this unfold in real time through her volunteer work serving underprivileged Latino youth and in her work as certified trainer with the Heartfulness Institute.With 28 years of study and practice as a Heartfulness trainer, Janmarie works with corporations, healthcare professionals, local government and universities to implement and facilitate programs on Conscious Living, Expanding Personal Potential, and Transformational Leadership.
She is also a certified trainer for the HeartMath® Institute which offers a system of heart-centered and validated techniques, leading-edge programs and advanced technologies for individuals/organizations interested in improved emotional, mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Key Takeaways from the Webinar
- Learn ways to protect our outer environment
- What is the antidote to prejudice?
- Ways to achieve peace in the inner environment and thereby peace in the outer environment
- Learning the simple practice of Heartfulness meditation can help promote inner peace, brotherhood, and
Who Should Attend
Anyone who is willing to change the inner and the outer environment.