Community Builder’s Call Recording
December 19, 2013

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December 19, 2013

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    CLAIM Community Builder’s Call from August 15, 2013 with special guests CC Leigh, Gena Netten, Richard Shapiro and Eric Grace — Founding Members of the Waking Down Community Network.

    CC Leigh is the author of Becoming Divinely Human: A Direct Path to Embodied Awakening, and a Senior Teacher of Waking Down. She has been traveling around the country in an RV with her dog Tucker and cat Bodhi since the summer of 2012, visiting and supporting Waking Down communities along the way.

    Gena Netten worked as the Northeast Regional Area Coordinator for Waking Down in Mutuality for 3 years, and has also been a Waking Down mentor since last August. She is a Somatic Experiencing practitioner in her second year of training, and hopes to transition to Interning Teacher in the near future. Gena was in corporate marketing for 17 years and has been able to use that experience as well as her unique vision and manifesting ability to help build the Waking Down community in the Northeast. She is also currently doing some marketing consulting for the Institute of Awakened Mutuality, and serves as a team member in the emerging Waking Down Community Network (WDCN).

    Richard Shapiro is a founding member of the Waking Down Community Network. He has been involved with the Waking Down for about 13 years, and had his second birth confirmed in 2000. He works with individuals and businesses helping them articulate and express their most essential messages and ideas. He lives and works in Ashland, Oregon.

    Eric Grace is the founder of the WDCN, Waking Down Community Facebook Group, Younger WDM Practitioners Facebook Group, and has helped offer leadership in the Ashland community while having been involved with Waking Down for the last 7 years. He owns his own ecofriendly housecleaning company called Graceworks and lives with his son, Savar and partner Asha in Ashland, Oregon. Eric has a deep desire to help create an ecologically sustainable and spiritually awake world.

    You can learn about the Waking Down Community Network (WDCN), their current projects, and opportunities to volunteer by visiting

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