Q&A with Norma Wong

Resonance Network
Sep 14, 2020 · 1 min read

Zen Priest and movement strategist, Norma Wong, responds to questions about the ways in which a new worldview is possible.

How do we allow our old, ancestral wisdom to inform our new worldview?

How do we relate to the harm that’s being acted out in the name of the dying worldview and still usher in a new worldview?

What does it look like for an internal worldview that feels so vibrant in our inner space to find light, life, and expression in the outer world?

What is the role of grieving in all of this?

The Reverb

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The Reverb

Reverb reflects the multitude of ways people are building the world we know is possible. A world without violence–rooted in deep relationship, vibrant community, and connection to the earth. It is a place for stories, poetry, music, prose, art and other forms of expression.

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Resonance Network is a constellation of people building a world without violence, rooted in deep relationship, vibrant community, and connection to our planet.

The Reverb

Reverb reflects the multitude of ways people are building the world we know is possible. A world without violence–rooted in deep relationship, vibrant community, and connection to the earth. It is a place for stories, poetry, music, prose, art and other forms of expression.