Healing the Heart of the World Harnessing the Power of Intention to Change Your Life and Your Planet
Kim is the co-author of the newly released book called Healing the Heart of the World about the most powerful new trends shaping individual wellness and planetary health, and breakthroughs in consciousness that will shape our future happiness. This extraordinary and transformative book includes the wisdom of 38 spiritual teachers, educators, scientists, doctors, entrepreneurs, and psychologists. From the core of their hearts to the core of the world's heart, they explore the issues and inspirations that lie at the center of the dilemmas facing humankind on the cusp of becoming a planetary species. Drawing on a rich variety of backgrounds, they offer the hard won nuggets of wisdom they have discovered that point the way to a sane, hopeful and sustainable future.
Contributors include Prince Charles, Thich Nhat Hanh, scientist Fritjof Capra, Dean Ornish, Carolyn Myss, John Gray, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Joan Borysenko and many others. Kims chapter, called The Feminine Front Line, draws on her vast international experience citing that women are on the forefront of change in many societies, leading grassroots efforts, organizing communities, and modeling the kind of feminine power that is needed today. Kim highlights the value of investing in women, women on the front lines, the importance of a partnership model of society, overcoming limiting myths about women, and women in world healing. Healing the Heart of the World is published by Elite Books in Santa Rosa, California. http://www.EliteBooks.biz.
The book: Healing the Heart of the World, is available here.
Institute for Peacebuilding Resources
By Masankho Banda and Kimberly Weichel, Co-Founders and Co-Directors
1) Essential Tools for Peaceful Living: A Guide for Educators, Leaders, Practitioners and Parents (60 pages of practical tools), is available here.
2) PeaceBuilding Curriculm for Teachers: (12 pages of practical tools for teachers), is available here.
Kim is co-author of a documentary book called "Inside Crossroads", published by McGraw Hill, which tells the story of a large squatter community on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, and its struggle to fight off demolition. She co-edited a book called "The Future of the Pacific Rim", a collection of perspectives from leaders throughout the Pacific Rim on the future of this dynamic region economically, politically and socially. Kim has authored over two dozen articles, and writes Op Ed articles regularly for her local newspaper. She is also writing a book about her life, tentatively called "My Story".
International Womens Day: Time To Honor the Feminine, by Karen Buckley and Kimberly Weichel
Tapping Your Spiritual Intelligence, by Kimberly Weichel and Dr. Judi Neal
"Transforming Diversity: Seeing the Similarities Rather than the Differences", by Lewis Griggs and Kimberly Weichel
"U.N. Remains Relevant and Vital", by Gary Davis, Larry Levine and Kimberly Weichel
"Living Our Principles in Everyday Life", by Tina Rasmussen and Kimberly Weichel
"International Women's Day: Ending Discrimination Against Women", by Kimberly Weichel and Cecilia Zamora
Kim has produced radio programs and documentaries for National Public Radio, Voice of America, United Nations Radio, and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. She developed a series of radio programs for National Public Radio called "New American Frontiers: The Search for Excellence", and she was the host of a series of programs on the Pacific Islands called "Pacific News Review".
Listen to Kim speaking on this 5 minute radio interview about her work: http://www.womensradio.com/content/templates/?a=446&z=0.
TV Producer and Correspondent
Kim is the U.N. and Global Affairs Correspondent for a cable TV show called Positive Spin. Positive Spin presents positive news and innovative views for creating a better world for present and future generations. It is broadcast in the San Francisco Bay Area, and in Los Angeles.
Kim is the co-producer of a cable TV show called Women With Vision, a program that highlights and honors women who have accessed their vision and brought it into being. Each of the 16 women share their personal vision, if others supported them, what kept them motivated and how they carried out their vision. .
Kim is co-founder and co-director of Our Media Voice: Campaign for Accountability, a non-profit organization focusing on the need for media accountability and media reform. The vision is a media that inspires, enlightens and empowers, and becomes a vehicle for positive social change. The campaign's goal is to align with others to create a socially responsible media that is accountable to the public. The public has the right, and the responsibility, to give effective feedback concerning the communications that move through our airwaves. "We believe that it is time for the media to live up to its potential, to be a positive social force, and address the growing needs and concerns of citizens."
See the website for more detailed information at http://www.ourmediavoice.org.