EnlightenNext Boston Events
The Boston network of EnlightenNext is a committed group of individuals who are dedicated to changing the cultural conversation about the purpose and significance of spiritual enlightenment in our time.
At the heart of EnlightenNext Boston is the teaching of Evolutionary Enlightenment. Developed by Andrew Cohen, an internationally respected spiritual teacher and cultural visionary, it is a spiritual philosophy that brings the timeless depth of enlightened wisdom into the twenty-first century and redirects its purpose and promise-calling not for transcendence of worldly attachment, or even for compassionate care and service, but for a deep and heroic responsibility for the evolution of human consciousness and culture.
Through our public events, our partnerships with like-minded organizations, and our personal relationships, we strive to awaken, connect, and cultivate a global movement of “evolutionaries"-individuals who feel personally responsible for creating the future.
Half-Day Seminar with Andrew Cohen: Spiritual Self-Confidence: An Unshakable Foundation for Change
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May 14, 2020, 12pm - 5pm
The Goethe-Institut Boston
170 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02116
Change, as we all know, can often be quite challenging. And if you’re sincerely aspiring to change yourself—not to mention the world—then you’ve probably come face-to-face with the fear, doubt, or resistance that can often arise in response to new ideas, new movements, or new directions. According to Andrew Cohen, there is a source of deep inspiration that can carry you beyond these obstacles and become a powerful ground for real evolutionary transformation.
Please join this half day seminar with Andrew Cohen for an inquiry into Spiritual Self Confidence: An Unshakable Foundation for Change.
Jun 24, 2020
Women Surfing the Edge of Change: Life, Love, & Work in our Confusing Times
Elizabeth Debold and Dalma Heyn in Dialogue
June 24th at MIT
We women are at an extraordinary crossroads. Never before in history have we had so many options…and so little real guidance about how to make meaningful choices. So many of us desire to contribute and give in deeper and more meaningful ways at work, in our relationships, and to LIFE itself. But how do we do that?