Wellness Programming for Colleges and Universities
Living with Strange Loops: finding dynamic, collective awareness with topics of experiential interest
-- complex systems
-- metaphysical philosophy
-- nature of consciousness
-- shared reality
-- perceptual and biological healing crises
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In addition to Michelle's independent work in esoterica spanning over 18 years, she is currently a staff-level technician, administrator, and graduate student mentor with the University of Vermont's Integrated Biological Science Program. After studying biology and chemistry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, she chose the ardent intellectual path of going it alone with regards to her deepest interests, thus sparing any graduate school the terrible headache she undoubtedly would have been!
Ever the realist and a natural in college settings, she has spent 15 years now on staff at two different universities doing a mix of scientific research, admin, and when lucky education -- all peripheral to her oneness work. For six years after the birth of her first child she also worked outside of science, doing everything from cooking lunch for a schoolful of toddlers to bookkeeping at not-for-profits. Beginning in 2011, after a series of intense personal challenges, she began a new journey as a spiritual fire-walker (metaphorically).
As a scientist and avid esotericist she has gained a working knowledge of relevant aspects of theoretical physics, metaphysical philosophies, religious traditions, healing arts, complexity theory, sustainability, and more -- all with an eye to the question "how can we know?" The only thing she is an adherent to is nothing (literally).
In addition to developing her voice in the genre of creative non-fiction, Michelle ventured into historical fiction in 2006. During 2010 and 2011, under the pseudonym Cherokee Paul, she penned a realistic fictional journey in the weblog "Hidden: The paradox of revealing nothingness."
The only prophet of that which must be,
We live in succession, in division, in parts, in particles.
And this deep power in which we exist,
We see the world piece by piece,
Only by the vision of that Wisdom can the ages be read,
-- from R.W. Emerson’s essay "The Over-Soul”
* Engage students directly in small to mid-size groups.
* Help them achieve an "aternative high" through guided, open discussion of topics that expand thinking.
* Encourage personal and global wellness and compassion towards self and others.
To arrange a Wellness program contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright Michelle Kathryn McGee 2012-2013. All rights reserved. Last updated April 8, 2013.