Internationally acclaimed author and popular guest on Oprah, Larry King Live and Charlie Rose, Marianne Williamson returns to Fairfield to speak on "The Spirit of Democracy" at the Sondheim Center. Her free talk will be a deep dive into American politics and spiritual renewal in our country.
While traveling the country this year on her Love America Tour, she observed, "Only a politics of love overrides a politics of fear," and found a public ready to embrace this message.
To Marianne, the phrase "spirit of democracy" denotes something more than a slogan; it conveys a very real pattern of thoughts and feelings necessary to our well-being. As someone who has spent thirty-five years working in the field of personal transformation, Williamson has seen how the core principles of individual change can transform society as well. This orientation, she feels, may be the key to help us navigate the times in which we live.
For anyone who believes that consciousness can keep good company with politics, Marianne Williamson carries illuminating perspectives into the conversation. Williamson says, "I look forward to the opportunity to speak into a new American listening — one that is ready to look past an old, mechanistic political paradigm and embrace a more forward-thinking, holistic, and deeply democratic frame of mind. As Americans, we have some issues to clean up from the past, some new beginnings to co-create in the future, and a new era of citizenship to forge within ourselves.
Join Marianne on Sunday, September 16, 7:30 PM. Free to the Public. No tickets are needed.
Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed author and lecturer. For the last 35 years, she has been one of America's most well-known public voices, having been a popular guest on television programs such as Oprah, Larry King Live, Good Morning America, & Bill Maher. Seven of her twelve published books have been New York Times Best Sellers and four of these were #1. Her mega-best seller A Return to Love is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, beginning "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure…" is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers. www.marianne.com