Third Annual San Miguel Women’s Wisdom Conference

By Shandel Dobek

The goal of this interactive conference is to inspire, share, and discuss how the collective intelligence of more than half the world’s population drives global survival. What will the real integration of the feminine and masculine look like and why should we integrate? How will egalitarian integration affect our world?

Third Annual San Miguel Women’s Wisdom Conference
Integration of Feminine and Masculine
Sat, Mar 12, noon–5pm
Sala Queztal
La Biblioteca
200 pesos

Azzah Manukova, conference creator and emcee, has 30 years’ experience as a therapeutic counselor and life coach and as a practicing Buddhist. Her studies in theosophy, psychic healing, acupuncture, massage therapy, and the Enneagram have taken her all over the globe. She has conducted transformation seminars and counseled individuals in Sydney, Hong Kong, Mexico, London, New York, Los Angeles, Moscow, Nairobi, the Philippines, Toronto, Bangkok, Ossetia (a republic of Russia), Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.

Azzah grew up on a sprawling ranch in the Australian countryside. Her first teachers were the Australian aboriginal shamans. At the age of 18, while studying Buddhism in Bangkok, Azzah became involved in rescuing young girls and boys from sexual slavery. She counseled survivors and helped set up support communities which included the creation of a self-sustainable cottage industry.

Her current, ongoing project is the creation of an online video library of interviews with women from diversified fields and backgrounds, with the theme Women’s Wisdom. These can be accessed on YouTube: “Azzah Manukova.”

The Speakers

Conference presenters will explore the theme of Women’s Wisdom from their unique perspectives, including presentations, audience engagement, and song:

1. Alicia Mayo: Practitioner and teacher of ancient shamanic healing techniques, keeper of traditional rituals.

2. Mary Butler: Hypnosis from the micro to the macrocosm.

3. Joan Elena Goldberg: Visual artist, singer/songwriter, social and economic activist.

4. Carlos Chancellor: Jungian-archetypal psychotherapist.

5. Phil Roger: Sacred mandalas.

6. Makari Ishaya: Allopathic doctor. Spiritual medicine.

7. Judith Jenya: Wisdom through forgiveness.

8. Jennifer Butz: International development specialist with a focus on good governance and green growth.

9. Didi Sanchez: Psychotherapist working in addiction therapy. Effects of personal and social co-dependency.

10. Irma Rosado Soto: Former Executive Secretary for Lucy Nuñez. Currently serves as director for La Biblioteca. Creates NGOs.

Tickets are 200 pesos and may be purchased at La Biblioteca, or contact Azzah Manukova at azzah9@hotmail.com. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to La Biblioteca.

 

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