Knowledge is a function of being. When there is a change in the being of the knower, there is a corresponding change in the nature and amount of knowledge.
Charlson Meadows partners with dedicated organizations and individuals to address some of life’s big questions. For this reason, the University of Minnesota’s Center for Spirituality, Tiger Lion Arts, and Marie Manthey of Creative Health Care Management and Bill Mannahan of Minnesota Holistic Medicine Group and Charlson Meadows have co-hosted events which address questions such as:
- What is knowledge and how does it arise in human beings?
Watch Ways of Knowing presentations.
- How are health, healing, and wellness defined, supported, and achieved in other cultures?
Check out Dana Silva’s presentation on Kahuna Healing: Traditions of Hawaiian or view Ojibwe Paul Schultz’s conversation about Traditional Stories: Healing for All People.
- Can intuition play a role in healthcare?
Watch how intuition contributes to nurses’ work at Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
- What are some keys to collective wisdom?
Alan Briskin identifies ways for our teams and communities to access shared wisdom.
- How do we address whole systems healing at the individual, organizational, and planetary level?
See Mary Jo Kreitzer’s excellent presentation on Whole Systems Healing.
- Is there a relationship between care for the environment and spirituality?
Visit Terry Gips’ power point on the relationship between the two.
There are many more topics and presentations. Look through the list to find insights for your daily life.
Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filing of a vessel. Socrates