Kim is a depth psychologist, independent scholar, and Soul Worker. Dr. Bennett is in the process of developing Evolving with Soul, a collaborative effort that works with individuals, groups, and businesses to curate natural practices and experiences for liberating and integrating a resilient relationship with Soul that supports sovereignty infused with value, meaning, empathy, and love.
Who is in our community
A new republic of the heart is coming into being spontaneously, naturally, sprouting through the “cracks in everything” – cracks through which light gets in to a fragmenting – and paradoxically globalising at the same time – world. Here are the current Citizens of the New Republic of the Heart community. This includes guests, blog writers, volunteers, and other people who actively have played a role in making us a community.
Spring Washam is a gracious meditation teacher, author, shamanic practitioner, and pioneer in bringing mindfulness-based practices to diverse communities.
Writer, thinker, podcaster, and Stoic Peter Limberg convenes conversations about our fast-changing cultural landscape amidst the meta-crisis and how our many tribes and ideologies can better express embodiment, authenticity and “right relationship” to reality.
Social entrepreneur and community innovator Richard D. Bartlett explores new dynamics for conscious communities and small-scale social experiments of social benefit.
Evolutionary social entrepreneur Emanuel Kuntzelman leads, advises, funds, and unifies local and international projects dedicated to cultural transformation.
I’m grateful to have found a community of people in the New Republic of the Heart who are willing to be in the unknown as a place of possibility. It’s an empowering and safe “we-space” in which to learn, grow and develop both as individuals and as a collective; where solutions are sourced from within.
Psychotherapist and soul-activist Francis Weller synthesizes diverse streams of thought to offer healing rituals and guides us through the profound sorrow and initiatory power of our existential crises.
Zen Roshi, award-winning mediator, and author Diane Musho Hamilton teaches us to transform our participation in the most difficult conversations so they can become opportunities for compassion and healing.
Wise and internationally known author and expert on leadership, Meg Wheatley trains Warriors for the Human Spirit — leaders who learn as a community to become the change agents required by our impossible challenges.
As an international development and climate change geographer, researcher, and teacher, Gail Hochachka helps us better understand and integrate the human dimensions of global environmental change.