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An Experiential Guide for Connecting the Human Family with Robert Atkinson

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Are you ready to realize a New Story of Wholeness, a healing vision of unitive narratives that guides us to experience the connection of the Human Family, especially in today’s deeply divided world? If your answer is YES, Join Robert Atkinson and me on Wednesday, December 14th, from 10 - 11 A.M. Central Time U.S. Our conversation is about his remarkable life journey and his latest book, A New Story of Wholeness - An Experiential Guide for Connecting the Human Family.

Robert Atkinson, Ph.D., is an award-winning author, educator, and developmental psychologist whose passion is the study of the connectedness of the Human Family. He is also the founder of One Planet Peace Forum, and StoryCommons, an internationally recognized authority on life story interviewing, a pioneer in the techniques of personal myth-making and soul-making, and a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle, a project of the Source of Synergy Foundation.

Robert has authored nine books and has worked and collaborated with Michael Bernard Beckwith, Jean Houston, Thomas Moore, Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, and Joseph Cambell. His books on life storytelling, The Gift of Stories: Practical and Spiritual Applications of Autobiography, Life Stories, and Personal Mythmaking and The Life Story Interview), have been translated into Japanese, Italian, and Romanian and are widely used in personal growth and life review settings.

A New Story of Wholeness helps us discover an Inner Pattern for Living in Wholeness. It is a pioneering, practical, easy-to-use experiential guide that provides the context, framework, and reflective writing exercises needed to tell our stories of wholeness. In doing so, we connect the human family, one story at a time.

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