The Center for Partnership Systems is excited to announce a new, self-paced online course: Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives is now available for registration in the new Partnership Learning Center.
Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course is a self-paced, five-module course that introduces a narrative about human history, human nature, and human possibilities, guiding us in building a more just, sustainable and peaceful world. There are two purchase options to fit your needs: Individual Use and Class/Group Use.
This Course Includes:
- 4 Video lectures by Riane Eisler
- 4 Video Transcripts
- 5 Interactive Digital Workbooks
- References and Resource Guides
In Changing Our Lives, Changing Our Story, Riane Eisler guides us in a transformational exploration of how the new social categories of Domination and Partnership Systems — first introduced in her best-selling book The Chalice and The Blade — empower us to co-create a better future for ourselves, our children, and generations to come.
“Riane Eisler’s work provides a sense of liberation and hope.
It has given me a new perspective on why there is so much unnecessary pain in our society—and how awareness about the Dominator/Partnership paradigm can create change towards a more caring, sustainable world.”
— Cherri Pruitt, maternal & child health consultant
Module 1: Where We Are
Does it have to be this way? Are violence, cruelty, and domination just ‘human nature’? Or are there alternatives – and if so, what are they?
Module 2: How We Got Here
What is the historical evidence that humans are capable of living in peace and honoring life?
Module 3: Human Possibilities & Human Nature
Are primate brains wired for empathy or cruelty? How do cultural patterns of Domination or Partnership shape our brains and our behavior?
Module 4: Moving Forward
What are the key leverage points for creating the urgently needed cultural shift toward Partnership Systems?
Module 5: Accelerating the Shift
What actions will you take as a leader in the Partnership Movement?