Society & Culture
Beth Tener - ”Kinship” (Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA)
Lots of delight to connected with Beth Tener, a friend / colleague over the last 10+ years. We share a lot of similar values in our respective work, including the desire to foster wholeness and health. We both have appreciation for practices that bring connection, authenticity, and learning. Enjoy the listen. Thx for forwards, etc where inspired.
A Few Show Notes:
0:30 Welcoming wonder and wander with interesting people.
3:25 Living love in social change work.
6:52 Live as one person, as whole and healthy human beings.
9:30 Quality of relationship goes with the quality of result, health of the whole.
11:30 What compels you, Beth, to work in this way? Coherence of emergence. Joy of curious kinship together.
15:50 Inviting relating: nobody should go home unconnected.
22:25 Kinship and friendship as forces for social change.
28:30 Vibrational resonance and change.
30:00 Kinship with all life, ancestors, the unseen.
32:00 Hungry to listen in walk & talks.
36:00 Connecting to nature.
38:00 Core encouragements.
42:00 Warm curiosity.
43:30 More slowness needed to make good friendships.
46.15 Tenneson's reflections and appreciations of Beth.
Beth Tener is a facilitator who is passionate about how we bring people together in ways that enable healing and ignite personal, group, and community potential. Her new initiative is called Kinship, which focuses on how to strengthen relationships with each other and nature, and grow trusting supportive communities as a “root solution” to many of our ills. She lives along a tidal river in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on Abenaki lands, and she loves creating contexts that feed life, whether in the garden, the kitchen, or in gatherings with friends and family.
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