On the Importance of (Re)Claiming M/mystery as Part of our Deeply-Lived Experience of Being Human(e)

A conference session by Kim Pearce
Co-Founder and President, CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution

24 September 2021, 05:30 PM

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About this conference session

During the last 5 years of Barnett Pearce’s life, he and I worked to develop a more nuanced and robust understanding of CMM’s concept of “mystery.” In the decade since his passing, this aspect of CMM (integrating mystery more fully into CMM) has become central to me and to the lived and told story of the CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution. In this presentation, I will share my personal journey into the heart of M/mystery and why I think it is essential for us to (re)claim this aspect as part of our deeply-lived experience of being human(e).

Kim Pearce

Kimberly Pearce is a co-founder, along with Barnett Pearce, of the CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution. Her passion is to use the CMM Institute as a vehicle for making more loving, compassionate, mindful and generative social worlds. She has authored or co-authored five books and several book chapters and articles. She has one son who lives in London and she lives with her husband, Fred Bull, in Arizona.

Hosted by AFT in collaboration with Friends of KCC and CMM Institute