February 10, 2021 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Zoom - register below for link
Sami Aaron

Join us for a follow-up event to the

Visionary Activist Workshop

a new gathering

Visionary Activist Salon *

Sat. Feb 10th, 2021 4-6 pm CST

on Zoom – Register below

Co-hosted by Sami Aaron, Meredith McAllister, and Kayla Williams

As requested by participants in January’s Visionary Activist Workshops, we are following up with gatherings to support your journey as you continue to develop your VISION!

This event is open to those who participated in an earlier Visionary Activist Workshop.

Through a process of meditation, journaling, and informal group conversation, our first Salon* will focus on:

  • Revisiting the Workshop: we’ll review the January workshop to hear what was beneficial and what would you have liked to experience differently?
  • Personal Growth: since the workshop, what has transpired in your steps to bring your VISION to life?
  • Moving Forward: what are your next steps and what support would be helpful? How can The Resilient Activist be of service?

*Salon (gathering): A conversational gathering. A salon is a gathering of people held by an inspiring host. During the gathering, participants amuse one another and increase their knowledge through conversation.

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Some of your comments after the workshop:

“This workshop had me sit and reflect on myself in a way that reminded me of my past achievements, my skills, my education, and – above all else – my passion. These reflections showed me that, yes, I actually AM able to make a difference!”

“The combination of Meditation and Journaling of my ideas on my own Vision for my Future Universe was enlightening and powerful.”

“Having others to reflect, brainstorm, and recapitulate with is so valuable to this work!”

“The workshop used mindfulness and meditation to bring forth authenticity and let me begin to craft a cohesive, practical vision for my next career direction.”

“So much of my own activism feels urgent and this workshop helped me take a step back, reflect, and realize how my mind, body, and spirit are necessary to achieve my vision.”