On November 20-27, 2016 Melissa Mackey & Phoenix Muranetz are leading a powerful Women’s Conference in Bali, Indonesia that will raise awareness around women’s issues and leave women feeling empowered to speak up, lean in and ask for what they want in life. They will be hosting over 40 inspirational women speakers from around the globe to share their inspiring stories and help women take their power back and thrive in life. They believe that if more women link arms with one another and to cause real and lasting change in the world, women must be taught to believe in themselves and their abilities. What is really exciting is that these conferences will provide the revenue model to build the Awakened Woman Temples, which eventually will be located all around the world. The temples are safe spaces for women to be supported, to have access to education & resources and it will serve as a healing & retreat centre.
Some HEADLINING Speakers:
Eve Ensler, Alexi Panos, Joanna Turner, Bibi McGill, KC Baker, Audra Baker, and so many more. Visit this link to see full description of all the Wonder Woman we have for our all star line-up! http://awconference.org/
Women have been imprisoned by their own beliefs, by society and by the shackles of shame for years. This shame extends into self confidence, sexual oppression, and unequal opportunities for growth. This pattern has been the story of women all over the world for too long. We feel that your work, and our conference are a big part ending this pattern. Women around the world continue to struggle to receive the same education and employment opportunities than men receive. We believe if we can empower women to believe in themselves, have confidence in who they are and to offer education; it will only create a ripple effect for future generations. When girls and women earn money, they reinvest 90 percent of it into their families – compared to only 30 to 40 percent for a man. And according to the World Bank, removing the cultural barriers that prevent women from succeeding in life and working in certain sectors or occupations could lift labour productivity by up to 25% in some countries.
This container we are building will combine all-important aspects related to women, including: self love, spirituality, sexuality and more importantly leadership in all its forms; from the boardroom to the bedroom. This is a conference unlike any other. It is a movement. Imagine a world where women’s voices are heard, where women are seen, where their stories are shared and they have access to education, resources and birthing options, especially in developing countries. Wouldn’t it be meaningful to participate in the uplifting of women; to contribute to something much larger than ourselves and to build community and deeper connections with self and with game changers around the world?