Co-Creating Our More Beautiful World

with Ron Moor at Thiensville Health Alliance

Does it feel like our world is in a real mess? Are you sometimes discouraged because it feels like anything you might do is far too little? 

Let’s make a difference, you and me. Let’s help the world to heal, to transform into a better, more beautiful place. 

On the Second Friday of each month join us at Thiensville Health Alliance for an evening of ideas, discussion, guided meditation, sacred ceremony and hope. Ron Moor, a teacher, healer, and spiritual director with forty years of experience will be our facilitator.

One of our principle guides will be the deeply insightful, beautifully written, paradigm busting book The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible by visionary author Charles Eisenstein. It is available for anyone to read, free, at

Each Second Friday we will gather to review two or three chapters of the book, (mostly quite short) with slides of key points prepared by Ron. You do not even have to read the book to participate. Step by step, month by month, we will explore the issues, often hidden deep in our individual and collective unconscious. Step by step we will learn of new perspectives and ways of being that offer a path of hope, of healing and of transformation. This will be a twelve-month process through the book, through our woundedness into “The New Story” of deep, transformational living.

Other visionaries will also be referenced, such as Joanna Macy, Ranier Maria Rilke, Barbara Brown Taylor, Robert Sardello, Angeles Arrien and Paul Hawken.

Although this is a year-long journey, each Second Friday will stand as worthy in itself. More than discussion, we will engage in guided meditations, small group work and sacred ceremony to assist us, at every level, to be more able to participate in and contribute to the transformation taking place all around us.

Second Friday of each month, 7 - 8:30PM starting August 3. Fee $10 - $20. 

Third floor community room, Thiensville Health Alliance, 136 N. Main Street, Thiensville

No advanced registration required. Attend when you can, read the book when you can, and join us.

Like the crisis, the transition we face goes all the way to the bottom. Internally, it is nothing less than a transformation in the experience of being alive. Externally, it is nothing less than a transformation of humanity’s role on planet Earth.   Charles Eisenstein

For an excellent, in-depth review of the book: )