The roadmap is emerging from this year of extreme change... HCN will continue to do what it does best: connect, collaborate and build community for our network— all the while sharing our light of holistic learning to make a better world.Jenyng Wu, HCN’s new Board President
Join the network of wisdom and experience, sharing insights and innovations in an open and creative way. Connect through shared values and intentions, exploring soulful solutions in uncertain times.Christine Lines, HCN’s Executive Director
For over 35 years HCN has been dedicated to serving holistic education centers around the world. These centers focus on all aspects of conscious and sustainable living, with the intention to transform our direct experience through a deepening connection with ourselves, each other, nature and the spirit of life.
Thank you to Swami Jaya Devi, Bhava Devi and Agni Ma from Kashi Atlanta Urban Ashram in Georgia for beautifully hosting our first webinar of the year, with so much wisdom, love and clarity of purpose. The ashram’s location in the heart of the civil rights movement inspires their work and Swami Jaya Devi, Spiritual Director, asks, “How do we use our spiritual practice to have an impact in our lives and serve the world?”
The COVID-19 pandemic has redefined our personal and professional lives. Everything, from our daily routines and mental well-being, has felt the impact of living a more isolated life. If you have been feeling stressed or anxious in the last few weeks, you are not alone. Millions of people are experiencing the same paradigm shift in their lives. The positive news is remembering how the practice of mindfulness can support us.
Many people who hold positions of great responsibility are overwhelmed and depleted, feeling disempowered in the very systems they are trying to change. The world may see them as privileged and powerful but they, too, have hungry hearts. At holistic centers like the Findhorn Foundation they can express their challenges, feel heard and supported, experience some silence and reconnect with themselves and the natural world.
Even before COVID-19, people talked about anxiety as a growing challenge for themselves and others in their life. Now, almost everybody has experienced some level of isolation, uncertainty and overwhelm, all of which are the hallmarks of anxiety. This event hosted by The Haven addresses individual and societal anxiety and, explores how we can move into understandings and actions.
This gathering has been INCREDIBLE. As a small center based way out in Yosemite National Park, I really feel folded into the greater network. This feels so vital. Thank you for creating this!Heather Sullivan, Executive Director & Co-Founder, Balanced Rock Foundation
Access all the incredible content from our 2020 International Gathering in May and enjoy a unique opportunity to connect with your peers involved in other centers worldwide.
Wisdom and experience, insights and innovations, shared in an open and creative way.