The Worldview Cafe is a regular online meeting space in which you’re invited to explore your views and values, and inquire into the stories that guide your life. We’ll use simple but powerful methods that support you to have rich conversations with people you’ve just met, about topics that matter to you. Read more here.
The cafe is free and open to all, but you do need to register beforehand.
Date & time
Thursday May 27th, 20.30 – 22.00 CET
Conversations part 1: Listening
As Kate Murphy puts it in her book ‘You’re not listening. What you’re missing and why it matters’: “Done well and with deliberation, listening can transform your understanding of the people and the world around you … It is how you develop wisdom and form meaningful relationships.”
This Cafe is the first in a three-part series in which we’ll be ‘conversing about our conversations’. That is, rather than focusing on any particular topic, the what of our conversations, we’ll explore how we engage in conversations. We’ll reflect on our conversational habits, and create the conditions for more meaningful dialogue.
Though part of a series, each of these Worldview Cafes can be separately attended.
In this series we’ll engage our conversations from three major vantage points: exploring the articulation (speech) of our subjective perspective; listening for a shared, intersubjective story; and witnessing to cultivate a neutral, objective view.