Mona Green is a speaker, life coach, and artist defined by her curiosity and her desire to help others self-realize and become more intentional and joyful contributors to society. As founder and CEO of Namasme, she works at the intersection of personal development, service as activism, and art. Namasme isn’t a traditional coaching company; it was created to serve those who are ready to move on from mindlessly being in the grind to become active participants in creating a better, kinder future, not just for themselves but also their communities and the world at large. From former Olympic athletes, Hollywood entertainers and European royalty, Navajo youth and environmental activists in Latin America, Mona has worked with people from diverse backgrounds and from all walks of life. As a speaker, she has had the opportunity to speak at the US House of Representatives, Harvard, and the US Department of State among others. She has been featured on all major news networks, publications the likes of The Washington Post and Teen Vogue, and in 2016 was selected by the Obama Administration as a leading change maker in the fight towards gender equality.
Session title: Making the Ego an Amigo
A lot has been said and written about the importance of the dissolution of the ego in order to achieve progress in our personal and spiritual lives. But what if that’s actually not true? What if the path to personal liberation actually requires a befriending of the ego rather than push away? Join us for an exploration of the ego through a friendlier (and in a way more realistic) sense. You can expect this workshop to be equal parts story time, music share, and powerful coaching exercises to promote reflection.