October 28, 2020

Workshop Courage, Nationwide

Workshop Courage aims to awaken the creative “imaginal” in us, the Infinity within, our Real Self – our massive, unstoppable force for truth, enthusiasm, compassion, courage, good, transformation, and initiative.

We do care about our future, the fate of humanity and the decline of the planet. But many of us also feel we are too small, too insignificant to do anything about the massive problems that are overwhelming our nations and the world. History offers a different picture. Throughout centuries all over the world, individuals, acting together with courage against impossible odds, have succeeded in shaping their societies and in changing the world forever. Socrates, Confucius, Newton, and others like them revolutionized the world. Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio and their colleagues similarly altered the destiny of the Filipino nation. We can do the same.

Scholars now know how these outstanding yet seemingly ordinary individuals achieved such inspiring deeds. Building upon these discoveries, we can journey together to begin the process of profound inner and societal change.

Workshop Courage is a unique, proven, and potent integration of science, spirituality, social theory, psychology, and other disciplines – all in the service of profound inner and outer transformation. MISSION has successfully conducted this workshop in key areas of the country as well as in the United States of America and Europe.

The workshop aims to introduce participants to MISSION’s framework of societal transformation that creative individuals (imaginals) consciously becoming and acting together can realize.

First MCW for 2020: Bacolod

The following update was written by Cecille Ferrer for the recently conducted MCW in Bacolod. The workshop was held last January 17-18, 2020 at Colegio San Agustin Bacolod. It co-facilitated by Cecille Ferrer and Fr. Tito Soquino.

MCW in Bayawan

The following article was written by Louise Far on the conclusion of the first day of the MCW she co-facilitated with Jude Cabangal and Richie Mortillero. By giving us a rundown of the Day 1 process, we also get an idea that when it comes to the MCW, the facilitators learn in the same way…

Workshop Courage: Pangandoy Kong Sugbo

The question is the call. The movement that was once Stop Cebu Flyovers has every reason to go beyond stopping the construction of flyovers within the heart of the city and grow to have become the strong Movement for a Livable Cebu that it is now. What concerns it most about Cebu is a vicious…