I ordered a sexy face veil for the Masquerade party last night. I have all the jingles and the bling and the tassels and the costume. I’ve been training up a group of belly dancers Tuesday nights. There’s still time to join me for the halloween belly dance break-out bash. Don’t miss it!
In This Issue:
- Robert interviews Cedar Barstow about Right Relationship with Power & Authority.
- Tickets are on sale for our Halloween party, Oct 28th during the Relational Leadership Summit.
- The next Integral Salon will focus on the recent #metoo movement on social media.
There’s a lot of great events so look at our online calendar for more info and any last minute changes.
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Right Relationship with Power & Authority
Cedar Barstow, Founder and Director of the Right Use of Power Institute, discusses the nuanced distinctions around Power with the Integral Center’s Robert MacNaughton.
While it’s common these days to meet people that would prefer that power relationships not exist, Cedar believes they are an inextricable part of life, and therefore need to be explored and understood.
Cedar will be presenting and facilitating at the upcoming Relational Leadership Summit in Boulder Colorado, Oct 26-29th.
Learn more here: relationalleadershipsummit.com
Learn more about the Right Use of Power Institute here: www.rightuseofpower.org/
Cedar is a consultant and teacher on ethics issues. She has been designing, developing, and teaching this approach since 1994. Cedar’s background includes 30 years as a psychotherapist and 25 years as a teacher. She is the author of books and articles on ethics, counseling with elders, women and independence, and psychotherapy and spirituality. Cedar is also a Hakomi Experiential Psychology Trainer, and a member of the Naropa University Adjunct Faculty. She maintains a private psychotherapy and ethics consulting practice in Boulder/Denver and teaches both Right Use of Power and Hakomi nationally and internationally.
The Right Use of Power educational material and exercises were developed by Cedar over a period of 20 years and dozens of trainings. These teachings have been influenced by many sources in Cedar’s background. She is particularly grateful for her extensive experiences as an Administrator, Therapist, and Trainer of the the Hakomi Method of Experiential Psychotherapy; chair of both the Hakomi Institute International Ethics Committee (HIEC) and the United States Association of Body Psychotherapy (USABP) Ethics Committee; ethics expert contributor to GoodTherapy.org; consultant to numerous organizations; and ceremonialist with the Earth Song Ceremonial Dance Community.
Masquerade ~ Revelations on Parade
Saturday, October 28th 8:00pm – 2:00am
Join us as the Relational Leadership Summit 2017 hosts this year’s Halloween party at the Integral Center.
It’s been said that identity is a mask we wear that prevents real contact with other. Some of the most authentic connection we can experience involves allowing our identity to be seen for how it’s employed–enabling emancipation, intimacy, and choice. We can then choose to don our most appropriate identities, and dance within and without contact–free from dependence, allowing interdependence, and flourishing with flow.
At this time of the year when the veils are most thin, come don your internal and external masks as we gather with intention, explore opportunities with intuition, dance with invigoration, and celebrate inspiration.
Doors open at 8pm
+ Convening ~ opening together
+ Dissolving ~ music, dance, play
+ Reintegrating ~ closing together
Music and other offerings to be announced soon…
A special note:
To empower the transition of the IC & deep intentionality of the conference with every facet of our coherence, we will celebrate purposely without any chemical alteration, except, of course, the soma from each other’s genius, good company, and libations generously orchestrated by:
~Natural Highs Maté
Tickets available with the button up top, or here: https://
Attendance included for full-weekend and Saturday day-pass participants of the Relational Leadership Summit.
Free for Integral Center Active Members. Please register your free ticket via Eventbrite: https://
Integral Salon ~ #metoo
Monday October 23rd 5:00pm – 6:30pm in the Chapel
Our ongoing discussion group continues as we talk about various current events, particularly the recent wave of vulnerable sharing of abuse stories on social media.
How does an Integral evolutionary perspective help us stay in relationship with what’s emerging in our culture and community?
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