Tue, Mar 14|
Let's Talk. Wayfinding: How to Be Guided by the Mind and Heart w/Dr. Elizabeth Lindsey
Learn about the power of Wayfinding in finding one's purpose from Dr. Elizabeth Lindsey, a cultural anthropologist and an award-winning filmmaker who travels the world's most remote regions to protect indigenous knowledge.
Time & Location
Mar 14, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
About the event
"Where we stumble and fall, there lies our treasure." Joseph Campbell
If you've ever felt diminished, doubting the power of your voice and story, wayfinding can be valuable, for it leads us to a place within ourselves where strength and answers await. Join us for our next Let's Talk. Wayfinding: How to Be Guided by the Mind and Heart w/National Geographic cultural anthropologist and award-winning filmmaker Dr. Elizabeth Lindsey.
Wayfinding is a science that hones our internal compass to help us navigate Life. Its simple principles have guided indigenous cultures for millennia.
Wayfinders and mystics have long understood that within us is a still point. That point is often referred to as our inner compass. Mystics call it the inner sanctum, the Holy of Holies. It is the intersection where the Latitude of the Mind meets the Longitude of the Heart.
For many of us, finding our voice and trusting our story matters. It can be one of our greatest challenges. Yet, it is our unique experiences and perspectives that enrich the world.
Finding our voice takes courage. More than ever, the world needs voices that are brave and true.
About Dr. Elizabeth Lindsey
Elizabeth is a cultural anthropologist and an award-winning filmmaker who travels to the world's most remote regions to protect indigenous knowledge. She is an advocate for social, environmental, and cultural justice. Her first-hand accounts from some of the world's most vulnerable regions are helping reshape global perspectives on leadership and conservation.
Elizabeth is the recipient of the United Nations Visionary Award and the prestigious CINE Eagle Award. She has advised UN Ambassadors on the crisis of environmental refugees. She has also served on the boards of global organizations, including the Tibet Fund for His Holiness and the Dalai Lama, and she sits on the Global Council for World Pulse.
Elizabeth was mentored by renowned Grandmaster Navigator Pius “Mau” Piailu" wh" was considered one of the greatest Wayfinders of the 21st century. In 1999, she earned a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology with a specialization in ethnonavigation.
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