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From Stories of Place to Rewilding our Consciousness Jenni will touch on the breadth of stories she sees as relevant to environmental education and empowerment and that they are not all about nature or environmental issues. Jenni will tell the story “The Shambala Warriors” made famous by Deep Ecologist, Joana Macy, as well as a …

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Matt Hopwood

Love Stories Can Change the World The A Human Love Story project is all about sharing; our lives, our experiences, and our humanity as a way of creating ‘deep community’. The sharing of these stories together becomes an act of connection, something that can transform and continue the world. The resonance of these stories reaches …

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Jenni Cargill-Strong

From Stories of Place to Rewilding our Consciousness The Conversation Continues! Jenni will begin with a guided nature visualization and then outline some of the key concepts she teaches in her environmental storytelling workshops. She will tell a Buddhist prophecy ‘The Shambhala Warriors’, which Jenni has come to see as a potent and apt tale …

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Hearing Each Other’s Voices – The Urgency of Interfaith Storytelling

By Pam Faro I was about to hit “Send” on the blog piece I’d finally completed, inviting readers on a little trip down my memory lane about how this girl who was raised in White, Christian, middle-class, 1960s-70s Midwestern America came to be offering a 3-hour intensive on “Interfaith Storytelling” at this month’s National Storytelling …

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Storytelling Training & Mentoring

NSN members bring together a remarkable depth and breadth of storytelling experience in individual, organizational and professional development. They share this expertise through workshops, master classes, conferences and teleconferences, special interest and discussion groups, list serves and forums, as well as one-on-one and group mentoring. They share among NSN members, as well as bringing storytelling’s …

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Sherry Norfolk and Lyn Ford

Boo-Tickle Tales: Stories that Teach Kids Resilience Sherry Norfolk and Lyn Ford October  18, 2017 at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific Receive an email reminder Audio Preview Not-so-scary stories for young children can serve a deeper purpose of immunizing children from fear, encouraging creative problem solving, offering coping mechanisms and building resilience, while being fun to tell and fun …

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Talk to me before you go . . . Before it’s too late

by Anne Tezon “When you are young, your grandparents try to tell you their history, and you don’t care because it doesn’t interest you at the time. Later on, you wish you had written down what they said.” A good friend shared that message on my Facebook timeline more than a year ago. I use …

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Traveling Treasures

by Heather Forest Ancient and epic tales have migrated with people wherever people have traveled the globe. Carried in the heart rather than the hand, these ancient narratives are humanity’s heirlooms. They have been preserved over time by the tongues of tellers and have migrated into literature, captured by scribes. In my workshop intensive at …

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Organizational Story for Learning, and Behavioral Change

By Tom Sparough There are an unlimited amount of stories that could be useful on an organizational level. But, still, the every day worker today doesn’t see the benefit of stories. In my NSN conference workshop, entitled “Generative Organizational Story: Opening the Borders Between Us and Them,” we will explore some of the benefits of …

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