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Indivisible: Coming Home to Our Deep Connection by [Christine Marie Mason]

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From the Author

Dear Reader,

I wrote this book to share hard-won learning, in the hope of making the path easier for other people, and to accelerate collective evolution toward a more connected, less conflicted world. 


I was hoping to accomplish several things by putting my own story and the stories of others on paper, such as:

  • First, that people will begin to fundamentally question our acceptance of violence in all its forms, the small and large, to self and other. It's all around us, and we just disassociate to preserve our sanity, when it's fundamentally not okay!
  • Second, to trigger insights or reflections in the reader that lead to more self-love and acceptance, which is the foundation of loving and accepting others.
  • Third, that readers will have a tiny bit more juice to overcome any core loneliness or depression--maybe something in these stories will prompt more authenticity, or the release of damage or doubt, or the healing of anger and violence in the self. Maybe someone will start asking the questions they may be afraid to know the answer to (e.g, do I real believe in this relationship I'm having, in this work I'm doing, in my happiness).Ultimately, to speak the truth, be oneself, without fear.
  • Fourth, people begin to seek ways to connect more often. People move toward more authentic acceptance and connection with others, to find and make a truly connected tribe, and build deep community.

Thank you and happy reading - if you have any questions or want to open a dialogue, find me online or on Facebook.  

Love, 

Christine

About the Author

Christine has been a leader in the tech sector for 20 years, as the venture backed founder and CEO of several companies. She has always been a convener, bringing people together to have conversations around growth and change, and to spark action around new possibilities. She is the curator of 9 TEDxs, the convener of Naked Conversations and founder of LoveSpring.

Her own deep journey exploring anger, violence and disconnection in the aftermath of her mother's murder, early abandonment and general chaos have propelled her explorations into the interior life and capacity of the individual to heal and connect; her work as a victims' right advocate for restorative justice and prison reform; and as an investigator into the neuroscience of human evolution and behavioral change.

Christine holds a MBA from the JL Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Northwestern University in Political Science, with a senior thesis in Arab Nationalism. She served in the US Army ROTC program through the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She has lived and traveled all over the world, and speaks French and German. She is a yoga teacher and musician.She's mother to 4 of her own children, and co-parent to 2 girls.

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01K41LUJE
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ September 12, 2016
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 878 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 220 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
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Christine looks at the places of intersection and interplay. She investigates how our inner beliefs and personal habits relate our material reality; at the places where technology and invention meet the human body and human institutions; at how our cosmology can help or hinder a culture in its evolution toward more love and justice. She is interested in how we play, create, enjoy and thrive, individually and together.

“Christine has an immense intellect and an equally big heart: whatever question is being asked, she brings a completely unique presence and perspective into the room.”- KS

About Christine

Christine is a six-time founder and CEO, an author, yogi, teacher and speaker, a mom of four, and a grandmother. Her current endeavor, Rosebud Woman, invites a new conversation about women, women’s bodies, self-care and power. She is the co-founder and director of New Earth Mandala, a meditation, yoga and art center on Hawai’i. Christine has been teaching, studying and writing on yoga and consciousness since 2000, with an emphasis on bringing yoga into daily life and human systems.

Her books include Indivisible, Bending the Bow, The Invitation, Love in the Face of Everything, Twisted and the upcoming 9 Gifts.

Leadership and Innovation:

From 1996 to 2016, Christine was a tech founder and venture-backed CEO in B2B software. She has conceived, resourced and built multiple organizations with $100M+ exits. She is currently an early stage investor in cloud, blockchain and biologics, and a mentor to young businesses and nonprofits. From 2011 to 2016, she served as a futurist and innovation advisor for global companies, such as Estee Lauder, Autodesk and Panasonic. Christine's personal areas of investigation in that window include technologies as far ranging as human brain to machine interface, biologic patents, short and midterm potentials for synthetic biology applications, 3D printing, unmanned aerial vehicles, cloud computing, big data, video analytics, blockchain and more. From 2009 to 2013, Christine curated and led 12 TEDxSanFrancisco events, and continues to convene gatherings around the world.

She serves on the board of the GRIP training institute, working in the California State Prisons with life-eligible inmates on victim-offender communications, and the Stone Research Foundation. Christine holds a MBA from the JL Kellogg School at Northwestern University and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Northwestern, with a senior thesis in Arab Nationalism. She has lived and traveled all over the world, and speaks French and German. She is a yoga teacher, artist, musician, mother of 4 and grandmother.

Yoga and Consciousness Studies:

Christine’s primary teacher is Mark Whitwell. She has completed teacher training with Rod Stryker (ParaYoga Level 1 &amp; 2), Maya Yoga (500 hours), Baron Baptiste (Baptiste Power Yoga - Level 1) and continued training with other senior teachers, including a Thai massage certification, Love and Ecstasy Training, and Yoga Anatomy coursework. She’s YACEP and YA E-RYT certified. She is a Vipassana practitioner, and a student of non-dual tantra. She holds a certificate in the practices and philosophy of yoga from the Mattamayura Institute. She is trained in ZEGG forum facilitation, and is a second year student in Thomas Huebl’s Timeless Wisdom Training program in collective, energetic and subtle healing. At New Earth Mandala, her retreat in Hawaii, she works with individual students and small groups in using yoga as a healing tool in trauma, anger and grief, forgiveness and gender reconciliation, and hosts silent retreats. She is a devotional singer, an enthusiastic adventurer, and a science nerd who studies plant medicine, cryptocurrency and biohacking. Her social service work is focused on yoga in action: women’s equity, restorative justice and internet freedom.

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