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Your TMI Community is Ready for You: Sync Up with the Local Chapter Network!

The LCN hosts free gatherings, both physical and virtual, where you can share your questions, your experiences; where you can catch up with TMI news and participate in group Hemi-Sync® and SAM exercises, or hear guest speakers.

How do you maintain a personal relationship with the Institute after or between programs, especially if you live outside of Virginia, USA, as most TMI participants, trainers, members, grads, supporters, and friends do?

How do you connect with others like yourself who want to stay current on TMI trends?

How do you find a Monroe community far from the Virginia campus?

Through the extensive Local Chapter Network—a bright and vital TMI community. Designed, administered, and led by a strong, dedicated all-volunteer team, the LCN has established a presence of 60 local chapters in 13 countries on 5 continents. The LCN is about 2,500 members strong with approximately 500 attending monthly Local Chapter meetings, and growing!

What do the TMI Local Chapters offer?

The LCN hosts free gatherings, both physical and virtual, where you can share your questions, your experiences; where you can catch up with TMI news and participate in group Hemi-Sync® and SAM exercises, or hear guest speakers.

 … meetings on Google Hangouts are fun and informative, and a great way to interact with your TMI neighbors in consciousness.

The LCN is both a worldwide community and a cozy consciousness neighborhood of Monroe Institute enthusiasts in which you can be truly and uncompromisingly Yourself. All are welcome! Meetings are open to you, whether you have experienced the work of the Institute, or are simply curious.

TMI Tacoma is my peer group. I would be lost without it! If I had no one to talk to about the experiences I have had thanks to TMI, my brain would explode.   ~ Chapter leader James in Tacoma, Washington, (from the TMI blog by Tip Walker)

What is the best way to get connected?

Find a Local Chapter group near you.

  1. Go to the LCN webpage and click the Region closest to you.
  2. See a list of current chapters in your area.
  3. Email the Local Chapter leader of the group you choose.

Join the monthly virtual Hangouts meetings.

These meetings on Google Hangouts are fun and informative, and a great way to interact with your TMI neighbors in consciousness.

You are invited to join the Local Chapter fun and at whatever level inspires you.

Visit the Local Chapter Network Facebook page.

Start your own Local Chapter group.

The LCN is always happy to welcome dynamic new chapter leaders! And it’s right there to help you get started. To qualify as a Local Chapter Leader, you must be a graduate of one of: the Gateway Voyage residential program, the 2-day Exploring Consciousness Workshop, the 2-day Outreach Excursion Workshop, or the Gateway Experience® online program Waves I & II.
Then you can fill out the form on page: Apply for a New Chapter
    Did we mention volunteers? Without them, there would be no Local Chapters. Thank You! for your dedication and service.The LCN “ … started back in 2008 as an idea that by 2009 had become a reality. Paul Rademacher, then executive director of the Institute, threw his whole-hearted support behind the creation of this outreach effort after traveling around the US and Canada connecting with Institute enthusiasts. During his travels he asked TMI graduates what they needed most from TMI. The resounding response was ongoing support once people returned home after attending a TMI program. The LCN stepped up to fill that need.” (reposted from the TMI blog by Tip Walker)  The LCN mission was quickly expanded to include all TMI enthusiasts—veterans and newcomers alike. The Local Chapter Network exists thanks to the brains, brawn, and heart of each Local Chapter leader and LCN Leadership Council member.

    Your current Leadership Council members are—

    • Mark Crewson, moderator and liaison to TMI from LCN
    • Beth Haley – Americas chapter liaison
    • Anja Lysholm – Eurasia chapter liaison
    • Elissa MacLachlan – communications coordinator
    • Carol Monroe – liaison from TMI to LCN
    • Thomas Mooneagle – the chapter registrar and technology coordinator, the onboarding process 

    A big shout-out and giant kudos to former Leadership Council members!

     Viki Atkinson*
    Gwen Jones
    Laurin Bellg
    Candice Sanderson*
    Andrea Berger
    Jack Slate*
    Pam Boyer*
    Dawn Tobin
    Greg Brown
    Beth Vaughan
    Laura Davis*
    Clifford “Tip” Walker
    Allyn Evans*
    Deryn Winchester
    Shaye Hudson*

     

    * founding Leadership Council members

    You are invited to join the Local Chapter fun at whatever level inspires you.

    More on the Local Chapter Network

    TMI’s Local Chapter Network: A Consciousness Community in Action
    By Clifford “Tip” Walker, Residential, Guest, & Outreach Trainer

    The Local Chapter Network

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    Leslie France

    Monroe Projects Manager

    Leslie’s current role with The Monroe Institute is Projects Manager. She writes and edits for TMI's social media, newsletter, website, and print publications. She contributes event coordination for the Institute as needed. In the role of TMI’s AGC Coordinator, she provides administrative and organizational support for the Alliance for Global Consciousness (AGC), a coalition of like-minded science-and-consciousness-based organizations. TMI spearheaded the founding of the AGC in 2016.