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Warrior of the Heart - Jan 22-25 - Sao Paulo, Brazil


Warrior of the Heart - Jan 22-25 - Sao Paulo, Brazil

A Warrior of the Heart is someone who courageously steps up to be of skillful service to what is needed now, while actively perfecting powerful and wise actions in their community and in the world.  This training helps up become more centred, skillful and courageous in our life and work.  With the scale of change and unrest around the globe now, this dojo helps us discover the warrior within, finding beautiful and peaceful ways to meet what is outside of us and contribute to the shifting shape of the world and the regeneration of its people.

No matter place to enter or renew this practice than in Brazil - a bubbling hub of social innovation and emergence with growing momentum for social change there and in other parts of the world.

We would love to welcome you here.


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Comment by Kathy Jourdain on November 24, 2011 at 9:35pm

Hi Daniela,


I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  I met Martin in Nova Scotia a couple of months ago and we were both at Warrior of the Heart here.  I had my 9 year old son with me.  For me, I've been around WoH quite often now and looking forward to co-hosting it in Brazil in January.  I haven't met Nicole yet.  Thanks for following here.  Kathy

Comment by daniela terrile on November 24, 2011 at 3:37pm

hi Kathy

proud to have joined this group.

this afternoon I was at the training on 2 nd level of AOPL at eu and i plaid the flow game. martin buechele mentionned the warriors of the heart and Toke and Monica.

Nicole a colleague from EU in Ispra Italy has followed the training. maybe you know her. where are you located? hope to talk to you soon




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