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Honest Reckoning in Troubled Times with Kimberly Johnson
November 14, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
“Heartbreak is how you humanize your prejudices.” -Stephen Jenkinson
A live 5 series conversation with Kimberly Ann Johnson & Stephen Jenkinson – Every Sunday for 5 weeks they will talk for 90 minutes, starting November 7th.
Dates: Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28 and Dec. 5 at 9:00 am pst | 12:00 pm est
Kimberly says the recent August 2021 conversations she had with Stephen are the most listened to podcasts she’s ever recorded. They are also a mark in time for her. She says there is the person she was before engaging with Stephen and the person she seems to be in the wake of her meetings with Mr. Jenkinson. She says “I can’t explain to you exactly why. But I can extend an invitation to you to step into the conversation with him and me.”
On the heels of those conversations, she proposed to Stephen that they have a 5 series conversation. He agreed.
IN THIS CONVERSATION SERIES, THEY WILL MOVE WITH AND THROUGH THESE WORKS:
- Money and the Soul’s Desires
- Die Wise: A Manifesto For Sanity And Soul
- Come Of Age: The Case For Elderhood In A Time Of Trouble
- Dark Gods and Rough Mysteries
- A Generation’s Worth: Spirit Work While The Crisis Reigns
Sign up now at kimberlyannjohnson.com/reckoning
Investment: $275 or 3 payments of $92
Classes will be live on Zoom and will run 90 minutes/ they will be recorded and available to download for the 7 days after the call.
THIS WILL BE A LIVING EXPERIMENT. NOT A COURSE NOR A MASTERCLASS. We will attend to the skills of grief, heartbreak, citizenship, elderhood and culture-making.
You are a mandatory part, you are needed for this conversation. Please proceed as if this is the case even if the evidence might seem thin. You are to send in questions ahead of time and to listen in ‘live’. Kimberly will read through the questions, amalgamate them and then she and Stephen will have a real conversation.
They will attend to the questions of these troubled times- the plague, the fracturing of a sense of commons, the proliferation of conspiracies- through the lens of each of Stephen’s books and one of his albums, in the order in which they were created. They might consider it a type of retrospective, were it not so focused on the truth of this present moment.
They cannot promise the way these conversations will go or that they will definitely get to each of these topics in that exact order. As rapidly as plague dispatches and rules are changing, we will be in response to the happenings of the time, read more.
“One part of my particular heartbreaks at this moment is that the unconscious foundation of so much of my worldview, even in its criticisms, is still rooted in individualism, and especially heartbreaking the remarkable individualism of those around me who bang the drum of community.” – Kimberly Ann Johnson
“Seeing things your way is not that big an achievement, but being willing to be heartbroken together while not being in agreement… That’s for real, that really counts. That’s how you can tell you’re in the presence of a couple of grownups.” – Stephen Jenkinson