Please indicate your World Café experience (ONLY IF YOU HAVE ACTUAL WORLD CAFE EXPERIENCE) in one or more of the following roles:
I'm New to the World Cafe
If you are new to the World Cafe, would you please share how you heard about this community?
I watched an interview with Dr Emmett Miller
What field is the primary focus of your World Café work (ONLY CHECK AREAS WHERE YOU ARE ALREADY ACTIVELY USING WORLD CAFE PLEASE)?
What knowledge, skills or resources would you like to contribute to the World Café community to help it grow and flourish?
I have experience with meditation, organising meditation groups, trainings and practice sessions. I can speak and write fluently, have teaching and public speaking experience. I love to listen to others and enjoy finding clarity and common ground.
What would you most like to receive from this community?
To discover love and wisdom in myself and others.To put it to good use.
What haven't we asked that you'd like to share?
I would prefer to work in the non-virtual world as much as possible.
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The diazepam learning cafe went well -we made this really kooky report out of photos of the tablecloths and the cafe and the seeding presentations. The drug workers were a little baffled, i think, by the novelty of taking responsibility for the next steps - there being no "Them" to make suggestions to but themselves- but some lovely actions came out of it.
I am part of this community to get comments like yours and to get inspiration from what is happening in the field. Where are you based and what are you up to. I have some available time and would love to engage.
I am based in Preston - see more about me here: www.up-stream.dk
I am putting on cafe tomorrow for fifty drug workers and service users of drug projects to share experiences and learning about the drug diazepam and how it undermines recovery , I'll write it up when we done!
Kuladharini ( is what i get called -buddhist name, dharmacarini =title)
Hi David, Thank you for the welcome and for the suggestion. I shall read the epilogue and hope for more English members near me. I like the flexibility of this cafe idea, that it can be adapted for local cultures.1000th member eh? Now all I need is 999 monkeys!
congratulations on becoming the 1000th member of the World Cafe online community of learning and practice... hope you connect with the wonderful people from the UK who are already on board... and,
dear friend and colleague Emmett Miller is "responsible" for Juanita and I meeting 30 years ago!
... and consider reading fellow UK native Anne Dosher's epilogue of the World Cafe book.