Dancing With Words Dancing With Wisdom

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Monday (100) 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Clarifying the Meanings of Words

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“Dancing with Words, Dancing with Wisdom” explores the meanings of our challenging and ecstatic life experiences, clarifies the meanings of the words we use, opens up our minds to more freedom and choice, and offers insights into our everyday lives.
An art form, not a science, it uses words in atypical ways to shift its listeners into experiences beyond words, transforming turmoil into inner peace.

Dr. Janet Smith Warfield serves wisdom-seekers who want understanding and clarity so they can live peaceful, powerful, prosperous lives. Through her unique combination of holistic, creative, right-brain transformational experiences and 22 years of rigorous, left-brain law practice, she has learned how to sculpt words in atypical ways, shifting her listeners into experiences beyond words, transforming turmoil into inner peace.

Learn more here: http://www.wordsculptures.com

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  1. Mary Sherwood   On   June 28, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    Thank you Dr. Janet. I really enjoyed your program and I’m looking forward to listening in next Monday.

    • Dr. Janet Smith Warfield   On   June 30, 2018 at 10:07 am

      Thank you so much, Mary.

      I know you will enjoy my conversation next week with Stephen Dynako, a friend from the Shift Network Leadership Academy, author, courage builder, and Director of the Conscious Business Innerprise for Humanity’s Team. We’ll talk about the inner work that makes the outer work possible and the Conscious Business Declaration and how it informs the work we all need to be doing.

  2. Dr. Janet Smith Warfield   On   June 30, 2018 at 10:11 am

    Thank you so much, Mary.

    I know you will enjoy my conversation next week with Stephen Dynako, a friend from the Shift Network Leadership Academy, author, courage builder, and Director of the Conscious Business Innerprise for Humanity’s Team. We’ll talk about the inner work that makes the outer work possible as well as the Conscious Business Declaration and how it informs the work we all must do if we, our children, and grandchildren are to physically survive.

  3. Stephen Dynako   On   June 30, 2018 at 8:56 pm

    I have become increasingly familiar with Dr. Janet and her work these past few years. Her stories are profound and filled with a wisdom that are sure to be helpful and transformative to us during these times.

    I highly recommend listening to what Dr. Janet has to say, and I’m sure she will garner just as powerful, relevant and practical wisdom from her interview guests on this program.

  4. Stephen Dynako   On   July 2, 2018 at 11:24 am

    I have become increasingly familiar with Dr. Janet and her work these past few years. Her stories are profound and filled with a wisdom that are sure to be helpful and transformative to us during these times. I highly recommend listening to what Dr. Janet has to say, and I’m sure she will garner just as powerful, relevant and practical wisdom from her interview guests on this program.

  5. Dr. Janet Smith Warfield   On   November 9, 2018 at 9:51 am

    From my friend, Marilyn Nyborg, whom I interviewed on July 16th, and who just returned from the World Parliament of World Religions in Toronto, Canada.

    I have just returned from a very different world. For 6 days, we attended The World Parliament of World Religions in Toronto Canada. Along with 10,000 people from all over the globe, we never felt crowded. We swam though and saturated ourselves in a level of diversity unheard of in our world.
    People of every color, belief, culture, and customs, many wearing their native attire. Kindness and love permeated the environment. While the two buildings we were in were enormous and totally confusing, there was always a helpful voice and hand nearby.
    There were Feminist Mormons, Pagans and Witches, Methodists, Hindus, Zen Buddhists, Catholics, Swamis, Chiefs, from teepees and sacred fires to labyrinths to extraordinary films. Each day the Sikhs fed everyone for free. In different rooms we took off our shoes and even had our heads wrapped in a head scarf!
    In one heart wrenching enormous exhibit (Gendercide: gendap.org) we walked through a path of 11,000 colorful infant booties hanging from the ceiling. Each pair symbolizing 10,000 women/girls who are missing due to gendercide.
    One film was on the extreme repression, murder and persecution of Bahai’s in Iran.
    Awareness of the oppression and violence contrasted with the power of INCLUSION we experienced every day in every way with ceremonies, panels, dialogs, and completely inspiring moments and events that reignited our Unity and Connection as we all sang and danced, laughed and cried together.
    Each morning’s 9 to noon Plenary session in the main hall carried a different theme: Women’s Dignity, Justice, Climate Action, Faith and Interfaith, Indigenous Peoples, Understanding, and Reconciliation. 10,000 of us gathered in the monstrous Hall with huge screens, world class musicians, and faith leaders and experts in various fields offered global perspectives on the issues we are all dealing with. I was not pulled to the one on Climate Action, but it was one of the deepest. I REALLY FELT gratitude for our Mother Earth and ALL she gives us. Feeling into the microscopic levels of complexity, communication and total dependence we have on her touched me again. The impact man has had in attacking her was overwhelming to me.
    I loved the one with religious scholars like Karen Armstrong (my favorite) from England ( https://www.amazon.com/Karen-Armstrong/e/B000AQ72VE ). She spoke of LOVE, one of the major themes of the gathering. You don’t need to like someone to love them! (what a concept!!) To love is to want the best for them. Karen is one of the brightest stars we have, who best explains the meaning of life. Knowledgeable in ALL religions and beliefs she speaks with great authority. She said when Kings of the past, came to agreements they created contracts of LOVE. Meaning, they would do no harm to one another, and would look out for each other even if it was not to their own best interest.
    On a personal level I had the following experiences. 7 of us offered a panel and discussion on dismantling the Patriarchy. About 50 people came into our assigned room. My old friend Audrey Addison Williams, an amazing Being, created the theme and the panelists. She is a Black woman of extraordinary perspectives on race. Our Panel included Audrey and myself, a young woman from Kenya that we had meet 3 years ago, a woman from Pakistan, a gentleman from India, and our old friend Sharon Mijares. My buddy Sushila Mertens was our moderator.
    After the program, another woman from the audience from Kenya came to speak to our panel Kenyan. She looked at me and said “Your name is familiar.” For SOME reason I said, “Gather the Women?” She lit up. “Gather the Women of Kenya” she replied. Clearly the global seeds of Gather the Women have been planted! As a co-founder, I lit up as well.
    I saw my acquaintances, Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen and Justine Toms of NewDimensions.com doing a teaching on sacred circles. I joined them and sat with Justine. After the introductions the woman to my left confirmed that I was Marilyn Nyborg, as her spiritual teacher Maleda, from Mt Shasta in California, suggested she look for me there! The woman on my right, turned and asked the same question. Turns out she was a very good friend of Vickie Hanchan, a sacred activist from Pittsburg, who co-founded WomenWakingtheWorld.com with me. This woman was also the creator of the film I mentioned earlier!
    I bumped into women I have known over the years, at least 20-25 or so, with fond memories. At this age, 80, I was blessed with reflections and memories of my life’s work, the people I’ve touched and who have touched me, making me who I have become.
    This was the world we envision; this is the future we work towards. Differences were delicious, diversity like dessert, and commonality easily discovered!
    These events are held every 5 years, this one only 3 years from the last. The next one will likely be held in another country, and I do not expect to attend. BUT if there is any way YOU can, I highly suggest you do. They have scholarships and volunteer opportunities. DON’T let the word RELIGION put you off. It was about shared values and respected differences we can and must build on!
    I saw and felt HOPE for our future. Let’s hold the vision though the current chaos. ~
    With love and high expectations ~ Marilyn (Georgia as well.)

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