The #MeToo Reckoning: A Conversation with Diane Musho Hamilton

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Today Jeff welcomes his friend Diane Musho Hamilton to discuss the latest turnings in the #MeToo movement and the cultural education we’re all receiving regarding sex and power.

Diane and Jeff look at the upside of the movement, as well as its inevitable overreach. They look at how it heals historic patterns of abuse, and what it is blind and hostile to. And they look to integral consciousness — the ability to hold multiple perspectives — as a way forward.

Diane Musho Hamilton is a teacher of Integral Spirituality and Zen, as well as a mediator, facilitator and author. Her latest book is The Zen of You and Me. See her new blog post: #MeToo: On Perspectives, Listening, and Risk Taking.

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Diane Musho Hamilton

About Diane Hamilton

Diane is a uniquely gifted, playful, and awake group facilitator, consultant and teacher of Integral Spirituality and Zen. She is a lineage holder in the Soto Zen tradition, and has collaborated with the Integral Institute and Ken Wilber since 2004, developing the Integral Life Practice seminars and the Integral Spiritual Experience global events.

Jeff Salzman

About Jeff Salzman

Jeff Salzman worked with Ken Wilber for several years in building the Integral Institute. He is a co-founder of Boulder Integral, the first bricks-and-mortar venue dedicated to the development of integral consciousness. These days Jeff provides integrally-inspired commentary on politics and culture on Integral Life and The Daily Evolver.

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    Hi Jeff and Dianw,
    Heidi here. We just listened together to this episode and I wanted to say that I absolutely agree with Diane about the women’s ability – or everybody’s – to say yes or no, about the conditionings and everything she said.
    It opened my mind, really, when she pointed out that thinking about the responsibility of women to have entered in such situations can only be seen and discussed with an integral perspective. That’s why people don’t respond to me when I say that! Since I did my Feminine Power Training this is absolutely obvious to me, and only by Diane pointing that out I realise that people in first tier just cannot see that (yet). Thanks for the talk, both of you!

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