Thu, Apr 14

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April Lunch & Learn | Hanging By a Thread: A Braid of Stories that Define Who We Are

In this interactive Lunch & Learn, Christina Baldwin, co-founder of The Circle Way, and author of 'Storycatcher', will speak to her decades of work on the power and practice of story and its capacity to make meaning of life’s raw experiences.

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April Lunch & Learn | Hanging By a Thread: A Braid of Stories that Define Who We Are

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Apr 14, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM CDT

CCA Zoom Meeting Room

About the Event

Join us for a Lunch & Learn event, presented by The Jung Center's Community for Conscious Aging. Bring your lunch to an hour that always provides food for thought.  Life hangs on a narrative thread. This thread is a braid of stories that define who we are, what the world is like, and how we make our way. In this interactive seminar, Christina Baldwin, co-founder of The Circle Way, and author of Storycatcher, will speak to her decades of work on the power and practice of story and its capacity to make meaning of life’s raw experiences. She believes personal narrative is the foundation for resilience and engagement in these times and that as we “stand in our own stories” we discover how to also stand with the larger story.  Click here for more information about Christina and her work.

Christina Baldwin is a writer, wanderer, and teacher on the trail of community and story. She is co-founder, with Ann Linnea, of PeerSpirit, Inc. and The Circle Way Process, bringing modern structure and application to the human heritage of circle. Christina is the author of seven books, including (with Ann) The Circle Way, A Leader in Every Chair; Storycatcher, Life’s Companion; Calling the Circle; and The Seven Whispers, Spiritual Practice for Times Like These. She is happily at home on Whidbey Island, Washington, where she teaches her legacy seminary, “The Self as the Source of the Story,” and is at work on a novel. 

Presenter: Christina Baldwin

Topic: Hanging By a Thread: A Braid of Stories that Define Who We Are

Date: Thursday, April 14

Time: noon to 1:30 pm

Register: Click here, or call (713) 524-8253 to register.

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