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Lama Tantrapa

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Bonnitta Roy is an award-winning scholar of integral process philosophy. She served the President of the National Qigong Association. Now she is an associate editor of the internationally acclaimed Integral Review Journal.

Her rural home, called "Alderlore", is surrounded by old growth forest in the hillsides of the Berkshire Mountains in Northwest Connecticut. Alderlore is also a retreat center that offers two educational programs.

The first program is "Qigong with Horses." It includes workshops where the horses teach people about energy, body language, emotional balance and how to engage the natural world on a deeper level.

The second program focuses on "insight training" - helping people to tap into the transformational power of the mind in its natural state. Insight training workshops activate intuitive awareness by cultivating the ability to perceive the world directly, and the capacity to experience equanimity. When mind is in its natural state, we can discover what is possible that has never been possible before.

On November 14-17th, Bonnitta is hosting a symposium to explore collective insight, which will allow people to work collaboratively across a wide range of values and "competing" worldviews. Her vision is that only collective insight has the power to face the complexity and scale of 21st century challenges. She believes that the time is ripe to learn how to cultivate the power of collective insight, but that we still need to learn more about the energy flows that are magnified in relational dynamics and how that effects out own authentic contribution to the collective process.