PLEASE NOTE: Holly Fincher has had to cancel her talk "My Sheepdog, Myself" on October 25th due to family issues; we hope to reschedule Holly's talk for later in this lecture year. Fortunately, Cynthia Cavalli has graciously stepped in to give a talk on the same date and at the same time. A description of her talk is below. If you have already pre-registered for Holly Fincher's talk and would like a refund,
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Synchronicity is C.G. Jung's theory of meaningful coincidence, where events are connected not by cause and effect but by meaning. Meaning is therefore recognized as a connecting principle in addition to cause and effect. Synchronicities are often more noticeable during challenging life changes and can even guide us through cycles of transformation. In this talk, we distinguish between human meaning making and the specific phenomenon of meaning found in synchronicity. We also learn about the basic stages of transformation and how to follow the thread of meaning in real life examples of synchronicity. Finally, we explore the secret catalyst behind radical transformation and emergence, the experience critical to birthing genuinely new realities.
Cynthia Cavalli, PhD, is a management consultant and executive coach specializing in transformation and change. Born in India and educated in the United States, Dr. Cavalliís diverse background includes degrees in human systems, organizational development, business management, and physics, plus three decades of experience in aerospace engineering, management, and strategic development. Dr. Cavalli offers a unique approach to consulting based on her research in synchronicity and complexity. As an executive coach, she guides individuals through the uncertain passages of life using shamanic principles, dreams, synchronicity, and mythology. She resides in Orange County and is passionate about achieving global transformation through personal inner work.
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Registration and social gathering begin at 3:00 pm.
Lecture begins at 4:00 pm.
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