Marc Gafni, together with Michael Ellsberg, Jennifer Russell and Robert Beinstock, organized a series of leading-edge cultural talks and panels at one of the most active Burning Man camps: Camp Mystic. This camp attracts an incredible group of well-known thought leaders, entrepreneurs, teachers, artists, musicians, and healers who are dedicated to continuing to evolve themselves and the people they interact with.
This year’s theme was ”The Emergent New Story of Humanity’s Evolution”, exploring topics like futurism and where humanity is heading, the history of evolution, conscious capitalist and post capitalist economies, post modern spirituality, evolutionary relationships, conscious sexuality, new paradigms of family, sex, and relationship, new paradigms of feminine leadership, the future of masculinity and femininity, how we can build a regenerative civilization, and much more!
You can check out the complete 2014 speaker lineup online at http://campmystic.org/events.
Panels and dialogues included:
- “The Future of Sex and Love” with CIW scholars Jennifer Russell, Bryan Franklin, and Marc Gafni
- “Awakening as an Outrageous Evolutionary Lover: A Personal Politics of Eros and Love” with co-teachers Annie Lalla & Marc Gafni
Some quotes from Marc’s talk, together with Co-Teacher and Board Member of Center for Integral Wisdom Annie Lalla:
Who are you? You are an Outrageous Love Letter written by reality to itself signed with your name.
Who are you? You are an Outrageous Love Letter written by God to Herself signed with your name.
How do you live your life? You write an Outrageous Love Letter back to reality.
Whoever you write an Outrageous Love Letter to, you are writing to Source itself.
The talks were filmed, and shared as a spotlight on what one leading edge of culture is thinking, feeling and sharing.
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