2nd Stage Vystopia – What Else Don’t We Know?
If you’re anything like me, you don’t believe everything you’re told and have always asked questions. Before becoming vegan we did that and couldn’t believe the lies that were hidden in plain sight.
2020 continues to bring enormous challenges, akin to a global existential crisis. We are seeing the vegan community polarise as never before about the global health messages, loss of personal freedoms and regularly hearing the phrase “Conspiracy Theories” every day in social and mainstream media.
We are not strangers to being called Conspiracy Theorists when it comes to the blindspots people have about animal cruelty, the global health crisis, environmental destruction and global unrest. Now more than ever during this existential crisis we must be really vigilant, apply critical thinking and seek the truth behind what the mainstream narrative is. We must keep open-minds and discern between conspiracy theories and conspiracy facts, instead of blindly adhering to the mainstream narrative or thinking that we don’t need to focus on current affairs as it takes us away from veganism.
There’s a lot at stake here – if we lose our freedom of speech and movement (rights which are being eroded every day) the possibility of creating a world based on non-exploitation, of animals and humans will be out of our reach.
This is why I am are running the webinar series, Second Stage Vystopia: What Else Don’t We Know. Together with Mark Doneddu, President of VegVic and Founder of World Vegan Day Melbourne, Australia, one of the biggest vegan festivals in the world, we cut through conflicting information to help you make make sense of current arguments. We provide you with valuable tools to further develop your self-awareness and communication skills, so you feel more resilient and hopeful about your part in creating a vegan world.
REGISTER BELOW to access all future and past recordings in this series to gain insights, techniques, and attitudes to practice in order to be part of the solution. We can avoid becoming close-minded and create ease within ourselves and each other, for non-human animals and for the planet on which we live.