Cultivating Compassion, Transforming Conflict
October 2 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am PDT
A meditation and discussion to open our minds and hearts to each other, to listen and inquire more deeply, and to turn conflict into an opportunity for growth, healing, and evolution. Join teachers for tools, practices, and processes around the way we work with conflict in our collaborative groups and projects.
This event is being offered as part of the 2021 Regenerative Communities Summit. Please click here to learn more and register using our pay-what-you-can donation-based system to participate.
Diana Kubilos is a passionate ‘Transitioner’, having co-founded a chapter in her former home of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and now working on community resilience-related initiatives in her hometown of Ventura, CA. Diana is especially interested in the intersection between community resilience, and the building of systems of social justice, and community dialogue and collaboration. Diana holds a Masters of Public Health, and worked for many years in social work and healtheducation. She retrained several years ago in mediation and Nonviolent Communication, and is focused in the areas of compassionate parenting and conflict transformation.
Diana is Latina (Mexican-American) and bilingual. In addition to her current residence and work in California, she has also lived and worked in Mexico, Brazil, and Malaysia.
G. Scott Brown is a visionary peacemaker, transpersonal psychologist, and life and relationship coach who guides individuals and groups into the deepest levels of personal and collective healing and resilience. His integrated approach brings together psychology, spirituality, nature-based healing, and transformational activism. He is a leading advocate for bringing the principles and practices of restorative justice to bear on the full range of social issues and is the author of Active Peace: A Mindful Path to a Nonviolent World. Information on his upcoming restorative justice training can be found at www.4ActivePeace.com.