We filmed this sold-out event and will be announcing future
community gatherings to view the DVD and discuss
co-creative solutions leading to a thriving economy.
Stay tuned for dates, times, and locations.
If you'd like your group to sponsor a showing, please contact us.
Thriv’In Dialogue Series *
A Research Organization, Learning Community,
And Global Resource Center
for the Emergent Culture
The Mystery of Money
Explore the deeper archetypal implications of our money and how to redesign our economic system to revitalize a thriving society. Understand the inherent flaws of our conventional currency system, the benefits of creating a complementary currency, and ways to effect lasting social change.
Bernard Lietaer is the author of numerous books on money and finances, including “The Future of Money” (Random House, 2001). He has been involved in the world of money systems for more than 25 years, and his experience in monetary matters ranges from multinational corporations to developing countries. He co-designed and implemented the convergence mechanism to the single European currency system (the Euro), and served as president of the Electronic Payment System in his native Belgium. He also co-founded one of the largest and most successful currency funds. Formerly professor of international finance at the University of Louvain, Lietaer is currently a fellow at the Center for Sustainable Resources at the University of California, Berkeley.
Mr. Lietaer is on the Advisory Board of the Thrivability Institute.
Saturday, February 3rd, 2007,
Bellview Grange, 1050 Tolman Creek
(near Siskiyour Blvd)
Event Fee: $10.00
Please RSVP to Kirsten Liegmann: 541/488-2143
*Thriv’In Dialogues are a series of community conversations with catalysts in various fields of our emergent culture. The Dialogues are designed to offer a space for individual and community exploration, inspiration, and choice-creation as we broaden our perceived options for a thriving community and world.
Each event provides a rich environment in which participants can deeply explore what they truly want and infuse the collective field with their energy, passion, and creative genius for pragmatic ideas. To allow for a dynamic exchange of ideas, space may be limited.