Rewilding: Opening to Unfolding Paradigms (In-Person)


  • $135.00


Mary Rees
Four Mondays, Feb 26 - Mar 18
3 - 4:30pm CT

Explore how we can choose to adapt in harmony with organic processes and shifting paradigms.


As the world struggles to control and understand Artificial Intelligence, this powerful technology is already affecting our lives. But as conscious beings, we have capacities and responsibilities that AI does not. What happens if we allow the rising tension between the realms of human and computer creativity call us to a psychic evolution? With awareness, we can choose to adapt in harmony with organic processes and shifting paradigms. In this four-week course, we will learn ways to be in touch with three basic but powerful human capacities, and practice them together: being aware of constant change, feeling "in relationship" with the world, and noticing what is not yet fully conscious. We will allow our discussion to follow our personal insights, and the class itself to evolve as we inquire into our experience. In the process we will develop greater capacity to be aware in other relational situations.

This program is being offered IN-PERSON, and will NOT be recorded.

All times are CT. Please contact with any questions.

Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.

Mary Rees, PhD, investigates creativity and subtle levels of consciousness. She has been practicing contemplative awareness since 1975 and teaching since 1989. Her programs facilitate individual and group discovery processes with a focus on awareness of embodied consciousness and emergent knowing. Mary is the author of Being Prayer (2004) – a book about living fully on the cusp of unfolding experience – and is exploring in-depth, cutting-edge skills for accessing emergent knowing in scientific research.


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