December 09, 2010

Wisdom 2.0 NYC! December 11th at UrbanZen

This Saturday, December 11th, 2011, from 10 AM to 7 PM, there will be a unique event at UrbanZen in New York City.

Tricycle is pleased to co-sponsor this Wisdom 2.0 event that explores living with presence and purpose in our modern technology-rich age. With all the new technology today, it's easier than ever to live "disconnectedly connected," where we are connected to others through technology but largely disconnected from ourselves. The tools easily become our masters instead of our servants.

Join Wisdom 2.0 founder Soren Gordhamer, Huffington Post Senior Living Editor Alana B. Kornfeld, and others to investigate how to apply ancient wisdom in modern life. The Wisdom 2.0 event is a day of mindfulness meditations, movement, and discussions on living with deeper presence and ease in these times.

Learn more about this one-of-a-kind event. Speakers will include:

Dan Harris, ABC News
Dan Mitchell, Campaign Manager, TED
Elena Haliczer, Lead for Social News Technology at The Huffington Post
Michael Skolnik, Political Director to Russell Simmons & Co-President of
Andrew Rasiej, a futurist, social entrepreneur, and Founder of the Personal Democracy Forum
Jeff Revesz, Director, Social News Technology at the Huffington Post
Beth Grossman, Publicist
Cyndi Lee, Author, Yoga Teacher, Founder OM Yoga Center in New York City
Elena Brower, Certified Anusara Yoga Teacher and the founder and co-owner of Virayoga.
Heide Banks, Relationship expert, author "It Works for Me"
Debbie Robins, Executive, Career and Life Coach
Daphne Oz, author of the national bestseller, The Dorm Room Diet

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fightclubbuddha's picture

I did not get to go to New York for this event. Briefly, how does one reconcile the use of all this technology (which encourages constant multitasking) with the concept of basic mindfulness? Seems like our focus is always drawn in 20 different directions. I miss analog life.