Building Community with Authentic Relating Games

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] The Integral Center in Boulder Colorado is a forerunner in developing social technologies that build community, increase relational intelligence, and develop leadership skills. Their immersive courses such as the Authentic Relating Comprehensive, Authentic Leadership and Facilitation Training, and Authentic Man Program transform peoples relationships with themselves and others. One of the tools they've used to build community is Authentic Relating Game Nights. In this workshop you'll experience how Authentic Relating Games can make our communities stronger and more resilient. Presented By: Jaclyn Saorsail

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Jaclyn Saorsail

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] Jacki Saorsail is the Membership Coordinator and Building Manager at The Integral Center, a 14,000 square foot transformational community center in Boulder, Colorado. She has been through Aletheia, Authentic Relating Comprehensive, and Authentic Leadership and Facilitation Training at The Integral Center and is working on a Masters Degree from Gaia University studying Regenerative Enterprise Design. Through her business consultancy, Regenerative Dynamics, she guides people through building their own community centers, cooperatives, and intentional communities. 2016 Convergence Workshop: Building Community with Authentic Relating Games

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Sky Blue

Over the last 18 years, Sky Blue has been a member of Twin Oaks Community, a housing collective, a student housing cooperative, a cohousing community, and two small worker co-operative businesses. He current works as the Executive Director for the Fellowship for Intentional Community. He’s visited dozens of communities and cooperatives, in the US and in Europe. Living in community and furthering the larger cooperative movement has been a primary focus of his entire adult life. He's played a formal or informal role in a number of organizations, as well as forming or developing groups. At Twin Oaks he's had many jobs, including, manager of the Twin Oaks Communities Conference. He…

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