Awakin.org

Waking up to Wisdom
In Stillness and Community

Global Awakin Calls

Every week, we have a "Awakin Call" to share insights and inspiration from various corners of the ServiceSpace ecosystem. The call opens with a conversation with the featured speaker and is followed by dynamic Q&A around the emergent themes. To join, simply RSVP and you'll be emailed the details. There is no charge to attend and you can tune in via the phone, Skype, or online stream.


Featured Saturday Speaker

Call with Jeffrey Smith
Taking On the Food Industry
May 28, 2016, 9:00AM PST

Upcoming Speakers:


Previous Awakin Calls

We've had lots of inspiring calls. Each one speaks to different people in different ways, and we invite you to read the recaps, listen to the audio, share comments and spread the ideas that move you.


Chase Bossart
Coming Alive With Every Breath We Take



21-Day Challenge
Ripples in Reverence



Ann Sieben
From Nuclear Engineer to Adventure Pilgrim to Spiritual Pilgrim to Servant Pilgrim



Phil Borges
Viewing Mental Illness Through Other Lenses



Sandy Wiggins
Transforming Personal Awakening Into Social Innovation



Jane Baldwin
Stories from Women and Displaced Natural Communities



Laurie Mulvey
World in Conversation



Emily Baxter
We Are All Criminals



Howard Glasser
Transforming the Difficult Child



Anne Veh
The Art of Making the Mundane Magical



Ron Nakasone
A Calligrapher's Pilgrimage



Hawah Kasat
Can Art Unite Us?



Jared Levy
Every Generation Needs A Teacher



Linda Cruse
Of Marmalade and Machine Guns



Paul Shoemaker
Can't Not Do: Inner Traits for External Impact



Carolyn Gable
Tapping into One's Personal Toolbox



Mary Gentile
Voicing our Values



Eva Harris
Making Science Democratic and Sustainable



Pierre Pradervand
Gentle Art of Blessing



ServiceSpace Volunteers
Most Inspiring Stories of 2015



Ari Nessel
Power of Small Scale Philanthropy



Ashton Applewhite
Anti-Ageism Crusader



Charles Gibbs
Interfaith Peacebuilding: I'd Like to Help



Lorenzo Fioramonti
Value That Can't be Counted




Thank you, all, for holding space for such emergent conversations. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us anytime.