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Future Empathings

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Spreading Empathy

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  • Jennifer was my first voice and guitar teacher and is the reason that I write music. She is incredibly gifted as a teacher of music and, more recently, yoga. Jennifer is filled with compassion and empathy, and she recently launched an online community for people to learn to integrate breathing, yoga and meditation into their daily lives. The community also offers support through weekly reflections and an exclusive Facebook group where we discuss spiritual matters. Check her out at www.jenniferka.com.
  • For a long time I've known that I want a relationship that looks different from a lot of those I've seen modeled for me, but it often felt like true love was a pipe dream. Within the last year, I've been awakened to the idea of conscious partnership. It's a concept that's discussed in the spiritual community a lot. I've done some spiritual work with Ellie, who runs https://www.adivineunion.com/ and is in a conscious partnership. She shared this book Party of 2: A Path to Union in her Facebook community. I read it, and it really resonated! I think it's very encouraging to hear not only a man's perspective on this concept, but also to hear that this way of relating is possible. And he gives practical examples of how to create more harmony in relationships without sugar coating. Would love to discuss!!!
  • Sonja is the wife of my cousin Volker, and she's a German screenwriter. She mostly writes for TV as far as I understand, and she's been doing that since she was in her teens. Recently, she joined a movement of writers who are campaigning to create a union for screenwriters in Germany. As things stood when I talked to her in June, there was no union. Screenwriters are commissioned for projects, but their names never appear in the credits of the finished product. Directors, in essence, take all the credit for the work, and writers have no say in changes the director makes. Sonja risked her job joining this movement for more fairness in the system when, as a woman, she is already in the minority. I'm inspired by her, and I think other people would be, too. Here's her website, but I can get you in contact if you want! http://www.sonja-schoenemann.de