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Join this FREE session to meet Bence Ganti, the leading convener and visionary behind the Integral European Conferences since 2014.
Many of us are inspired to spread the integral vision. Are we doing it locally or globally? If we are thinking globally what does it really mean? Are we spreading our offerings internationally, or are we also creating forums for the global integral movement to be connected and to meet and interact with each other? If so, what are the skills we need to have, and what are the pitfalls that we should avoid? Based on two decades of country-level integral adult education through the Budapest Integral Academy, and eight years of European and global integral organizing through IEC, the Integral European Conferences, Bence Ganti will share some many insights on the subject. He will propose that for co-creating and co-managing a global integral movement we need to both better include earlier and later stages of development, and we need also need to take into account cultural realities. He will also invite you to move into action of your own: How can YOU be a part of the global integral movement? What’s YOUR role? And are you ready to attend the 2023 Integral European Conference?
Meet Bence Ganti
Bence Ganti, MA, is the co-founder of Integral Europe (since 2012), the co-founder and director of the Integral European Conferences (since 2014) and the founder of the Integral Academy in Budapest (since 2006). Bence is an integrally oriented clinical psychologist who has taught integral psychology, as well as his cutting-edge we-space practice called Integral Flow Experience, in Hungary, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Greece, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, Portugal, Bulgaria, Mexico, and South Africa. Bence represented integral consciousness during the World Economic Forum week in Davos, Switzerland in 2019. Ken Wilber asked him to be the European coordinator of Integral Institute, and to honor the man who gave the world the integral vision, Bence teamed up with John Dupuy to create the Ken Wilber Gratitude Fund in Washington, D.C. For more details, please check out www.benceganti.com.