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The Well-Being For All Series | Calling Forth the Light: Elevating Our Well-Being in These Emergent Times

What does the future of our collective well-being look like, and in what ways is it already here? Too often in our work as changemakers, we focus on fixing our current reality to the neglect of seeing where the world we want is already present. How might we pause and open to the deeply resonant, generative wave of light and connection that is already present alongside the collective despair in our world? Anchored in current research and practice, this community session explores the Four Realms of Well-being developed by Deb Halliday, Principal of Halliday and Associates.

Together with Well-Being for All series co-hosts Marta Ceroni (Academy for Systems Change) and Russ Gaskin (CoCreative), Deb invites us to elevate the beloved world we are co-creating, and foster one another’s path of well-being in our personal, relational, organizational, and community lives.

We are grateful to Deb for leading this engaging and reflective conversation, full of juicy reflection prompts and opportunities to lift the examples of light and collective thriving that exist now in our lives' personal, relational, organizational and community realms.

Speaker: Deb Halliday

Co-Hosts: Marta Ceroni, Russ Gaskin, Maricela Wexler

Download the slide deck we used in this session. There are many juicy prompts to support your reflection! We also invite you to explore these links referenced in the session for further exploration:


Deb Halliday, Principal

Deb is a community builder, transformative facilitator, writer, artist and yogini based in Helena, Montana. She is a nationally recognized leader in multi-sector collaborations. Through her firm Halliday & Associates, she regularly speaks with groups large and small about how, working together, we can have an impact on the communities we live in and the lives we share. Check out her blog at


The Well-Being for All Webinar Series: A Shared Inquiry into Well-Being in Systems and Ourselves. Co-hosted by the Academy for Systems Change and CoCreative



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