04: “We’re holding back the tide of darkness but that does not mean we’re creating light.” (ft. Norma Wong)
“We’re holding back the tide of darkness but that does not mean we’re creating light.” – 004
In this episode, you’ll hear:
- Several articulations of the spirit of aloha, and how deepening our relationship with aloha can be a catalyst for revolutionary love
- How non-defensiveness and non-reactiveness can lead to a different and more liberatory sort of activism
- How to decolonize your heart
- Several incredibly well-placed quotes from Star Wars 😉
Welcome to a conversation about making love through aloha and activism.
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Current and recent (2012 to present) work include: strategic thinking and transformational development with Movement Strategy Center; strategic thinking and human potential work for networks and coalitions working to end violence against women and girls; faculty and program design for Move to End Violence, an initiative of the NoVo Foundation; strategy and policy support for the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission and community efforts for indigenous self-governance; strategic thinking and team development for Mobilize the Immigrant Vote; and, strategic thinking with the Center for Women’s Global Leadership.
Wong is a teacher at the Institute of Zen Studies and Daihonzan Chozen-ji, having trained in Zen for nearly 40 years. She serves practice communities in Hawai‘i, across the continental U.S., and in Toronto, Canada. Among her areas of teaching: the Zen perspective of strategy and The Art of War; leadership and strategy in the 7 generations context; and mind-body practice in secular and organizational settings. She received her inka shomei (Mind Stamp) as an 86th generation Zen Master of Chozen-ji.
Norma Wong Roshi
ART THAT REPRESENTS NORMA
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