Webinars On Healing

CHI Webinars On Healing

Join us the first Friday 11am-12pm PST (2pm-3pm EST) of each month for Free LIVE Webinars with luminary scientists and speakers on topics of consciousness and healing! Scroll down to learn about and register for upcoming live webinars, and check back every month for the next one! Live Webinars are free and open to the public, so please share with your friends!

 

Want access to replays and materials (including Powerpoint Slides) afterwards? Join us as a CHI Contributor for $60 annually (tax-deductible), and have UNLIMITED access to all webinars (including audio downloads, video replays, and powerpoint slides and materials).

As a CHI Contributor, you’ll also get free monthly meditations, connection platforms to CHI Community members, and discounts to ours and our Partner and Collaborators’ conferences!

It’s our non-profit’s way of saying “Thank You” for supporting the science and practice of healing, and joining our community!

July 2020

Collective Healing Action:
Learning From Indigenous Wisdom

Panelists: Nonty Charity Sabic, Vikas P. Srivastava & Tasreen Khamisa

FRIDAY, July 3rd, 2020; 11AM – 12PM PT (2PM – 3PM ET)

Collective Healing Action: Learning From Indigenous Wisdom

How does indigenous spiritual wisdom guide us to forward individual and collective healing during crucial times? In this interactive panel, facilitated by Consciousness and Healing Initiative (CHI) Founder and CEO Shamini Jain, we learn from three incredibly wise servant leaders (Tasreen Khamisa, Nonty Charity Sabic, and Vikas Srivastava) who foster collective healing action globally.

Our panelists discuss how principles and practices from ancient, indigenous spiritual traditions shape their being and inspire their current work fostering restorative justice, healing, and conflict resolution in youth and adults worldwide.

In this panel, you’ll discover:

  • The relationship between Self-understanding and societal healing
  • How to bring spirit, and not spiritual bypass, into collective healing
  • How one comes to love your brother’s killer – and how that process plays a role in collective healing today
  • The relationship between entitlement and the nature of Self
  • Ways that we can best nurture ourselves while being of Service
  • What indigenous wisdom says about the power of compassion, community, celebration, children and culture in creating a new society

Nonty Charity Sabic

Nonty is a South African leader and healer who teaches and advocates for climate and social justice, community living, diversity and North/South healing and reconciliation, utilizing the principles of UBUNTU. She is a firm believer of UBUNTU an Indigenous African Knowledge System – “I am because we are”. Nonty’s work includes education on diversity and racism awareness.

Since 2013, Nonty has been involved with the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN), where she served as a board member and is part of the advocacy and policy working group. She is also a co- founder and director of RISE (Revivers of Indigenous Spirituality and Ecosystems). Learn more at www.risecircle.org and https://www.nontycharitysabic.com/

Vikas P. Srivastava

Vikas holds a M.A. from Harvard in Education and a B.A. in Sociology from UC San Diego. He currently serves as Director of Mindfulness at Legacy Early College in Greenville, South Carolina (USA). LEC serves the largest population of Title I scholars (low income) in a community with the highest homicide rate in the state. His role includes defining culture, developing curriculum and building collaborations to support schoolwide integration of Mindfulness, Social Emotional Literacy, Restorative Practices and Trauma Sensitivity. His work includes individual coaching, group advisories, workshops, interventions and teaching/ training for all scholars (all grade levels) and staff (including teachers, admin, counseling, support and service) and related adults (parents/ guardians). Vikas has worked in education for over 20 years in public and private schools in affluent and low income areas. His professional work and personal path is greatly influenced by Vedic Philosophy, Hindu mythology, Vipassana, the Medicine Wheel, open spirituality, music improvisation and nature as the metaphor of truth.

Tasreen Khamisa

Tasreen is the Executive Director for the Tariq Khamisa Foundation (TKF) where she has served for 22 years. TKF is a San Diego nonprofit with a mission to educate and inspire children in the restorative principles of accountability, compassion, forgiveness, peacemaking and support for safer schools and community. In 1995, Tasreen’s life was forever changed when her younger brother Tariq, a twenty-year-old student at San Diego State University, was murdered during a gang-involved robbery. In an act of deep compassion, her family chose to forgive the fourteen year-old assailant, Tony Hicks who was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. Her father, Azim Khamisa, saw there were victims on both ends of the gun and he began the foundation in an effort to stop youth violence. Tasreen relocated from Seattle, WA in 1998 to join her father in creating an organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children. Tasreen played a vital part in the release of Tony from prison. Learn more at www.tkf.org

Shamini Jain, PhD

Shamini is founder and CEO of the nonprofit Consciousness and Healing Initiative (CHI), a collaborative accelerator of scientists, healers, artists, and educators to help lead humanity to heal themselves. Shamini is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Diego and has received numerous awards for her published studies in biofield healing practices and meditation. Shamini integrates her background in clinical psychology, psychoneuroimmunology, healing arts, vocal performance and East Indian spiritual practice to share with others how they can best heal themselves and live joyful, meaningful lives. Shamini speaks and teaches in diverse venues including TEDx, universities, conferences, hospitals and retreat centers. She also contributes as an author on the science and practice of healing. Her public writing can be found in online blogs including Huffington Post, Thrive Global and Times of India. Her book, “Healing Ourselves” will be released with Sounds True in 2021.

Webinars Library

2020 Webinars

June 2020

Vastu & Vedic Medical Astrology

Guest Speaker:
Michael Mastro

May 2020

Unbreakable
Wholeness and Well-Being

Guest Speaker:
Richard Miller, PhD

April 2020

Reiki Research & Equine Therapies

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Ann Baldwin

March 2020

SOMA Breath

Guest Speaker:
Niraj Naik

February 2020

Human Biofield Therapy Research

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Lorenzo Cohen

January 2020

Guest Speaker:
Vikas Srivastava

Third Eye Praxis:
The Four Directions of Mindfulness

2019 Webinars

December 2019

Evolving from Drama 

Guest Speaker:
Tiffany Barsotti, M.Th., Ch.T.

November 2019

De-mystifying Reiki 

Guest Speaker:
Pamela Miles

October 2019

Radical Remission

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Kelly Turner

September 2019

Emotional Freedom Techniques

Guest Speaker:
Dawson Church, PhD

June 2019

“Three Clairs”

Guest Speaker:
Cyndi Dale

May 2019

C3: Consciousness, Communication & Change

Guest Speaker:
Cassandra Vieten, PhD

April 2019

Me, We and All

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Jude Currivan

March 2019

From Me To We

Guest Speaker:
Ronit Herzfeld

February 2019

Gratitude as a Personal Virtue

Guest Speaker:
Paul Mills, PhD

January 2019

Biofield Devices

Guest Speakers:
David Muehsam, PhD & Tiffany Barsotti, M.TH.

2018 Webinars

December 2018

Can Healing be Imprinted?

Guest Speakers:
William F. Bengston, PhD & Dean Radin, PhD

October 2018

Transforming Trauma

Guest Speaker:
Julie Yau, PhD

September 2018

Information from the “Field”

Guest Speaker:
Eileen McKusick &
Dr. Richard Hammerschlag

CHI Webinars On Healing

Join us the first Friday 11am-12pm PST (2pm-3pm EST) of each month for Free LIVE Webinars with luminary scientists and speakers on topics of consciousness and healing! Scroll down to learn about and register for upcoming live webinars, and check back every month for the next one! Live Webinars are free and open to the public, so please share with your friends!

 

Want access to replays and materials (including Powerpoint Slides) afterwards? Join us as a CHI Contributor for $60 annually (tax-deductible), and have UNLIMITED access to all webinars (including audio downloads, video replays, and powerpoint slides and materials).

As a CHI Contributor, you’ll also get free monthly meditations, connection platforms to CHI Community members, and discounts to ours and our Partner and Collaborators’ conferences!

It’s our non-profit’s way of saying “Thank You” for supporting the science and practice of healing, and joining our community!

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