24 October 2019
18:30 - 20:00
BSMT Space, London, United Kingdom
To be fully alive, and deeply connected with our innate resilience, well-being, courage and creativity as we face into whatever is coming? Can we tap in to our own inner sat nav of wisdom and intuition – and use this to navigate our lives with more peace, ease and clarity? Can we use a simple understanding of the human mind to deepen our relationship with ourselves, each other and the planet? To become more present? I believe the answer to all these questions is a resounding YES!
Kimberly is a writer, blogger, speaker, coach, facilitator and am often described by her clients as a ‘wise old woman’ (which she regards as a compliment!). Kimberly has spent 30 years working with leaders across the globe creating better performance and workplace well-being through an understanding of how the mind works, and for the past ten years or so, her work is informed by a psycho-spiritual understanding called the Three Principles, or Inside-Out Understanding.
In August 2019, she took the decision to close down her business in order to focus on sharing this understanding more widely in the light of the ecological and climate crisis. Kimberly operates in the ‘gift’ economy, and now does all her work completely free of charge. She is the author of two best-selling books about the brain and learning, the most recent of which “The He’Art of Thriving” was published in June 2017.
She runs workshops and retreats for people keen to discover what it takes to truly thrive as a human being. Find out more about my work here: www.heartofthriving.com and come along on 24th October to discover more.
The BSMT Urban Art gallery will host the talks as part of its two-part exhibition: DYSTOPIA and UTOPIA, in light of the climate crisis. The gallery and its art will be a platform to interrogate our warming world; the exhibitions will explore the possible futures we may encounter, embodying the zeitgeist we are all experiencing now. We will donate a percentage of all art sales to Extinction Rebellion in support of the brave work they are doing. More on the exhibition can be found here.