V2020

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    The Purpose of this initiative is to prepare ourselves and the world for the year 2020, which represents the 150th anniversary of the Mother’s Day Proclamation  reflecting and further igniting the international Suffragist movement, and the 19th Amendment in the United States, which set the precedence for women all around the world.   

    2020 also signifies crystal vision, necessary for looking back at what we have learned from our past with clear intentions for moving forward to a more compassionate and equitable future for all. It’s in looking back that we can identify the moments in history where the sacred was made profane, and we can start the conversations to restore and elevate our wisdom, creativity and glorious disruptive nature.

    V2020 is a campaign to elevate the voices of women and girls everywhere by acknowledging an unofficial 18th Sustainable Goal of self-examination. together we are midwifing a new paradigm that must come from the womb and through the voice. This requires women and girls to stop comparing ourselves to others and to know that we are enough. In fact, we are being called upon to show up with that which only we can bring and that is only unique to each one of us. This is where we can wake up, light up, and rise!

    We will accomplish this through

    • The V2020 Webinar series
    • The #V Vote social media campaign
    • Encourage Red Tent events

    We know we are standing on the shoulders of those suffragists who marched and suffered to own and honor our personal agency. We honor them by encouraging more women to run for office, engaging and helping our Cities of Compassion initiatives flourish.

    We want girls to grow up in a world where they know their voices must be heard and other girls will support them. We want to create a world where the Charter for Compassion is a beacon of hope that we can all live up to and women and girls have parity, which we believe is necessary to create a compassionate world

    Don't miss our next call:

    Our Intrinsic Values and Gifts-The Goddess Archetype April 22nd 8:00 AM PST-9:30 AM PST

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    World renown experts Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD and Dr. Carmen Boulter discuss the Mother's Day Proclamation today; a declaration of compassion, strength and fortitude, that ignited the Suffragist movement 150 years ago.
    Find out what it means to discover your "energetic Imprint" to better understand the Archetypal energy of the Feminine Goddess you may recognize in yourself!

    Dr. Carmen Boulter, University of Calgary Professor; Author and Researcher; Director, Producer, and Writer of The Pyramid Code

    A professor at the University of Calgary in Canada, Dr. Carmen Boulter is the creative fire behind The Pyramid Code, directing, producing, and writing the series. She has been researching and writing about the sacred feminine in ancient Egypt and in goddesses world-wide for two decades. Her book, Angels and Archetypes: An Evolutionary Map of Feminine Consciousness, traces fragments of information about matriarchal cultures in pre-dynastic Egypt, prehistoric Greece, and around the world. In the archives of the Egyptian Museum, she gained official access to the original field notes of excavations done around the pyramids in the early 1900s. Dr. Boulter has an unshakable passion for Egypt and has traveled there 34 times.
     
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