.... to make a contribution to the world 

by inviting people over 50 

to step onto the road to elderhood

We are in a collective, global transition. Elders are the ones that can lead the way towards a new world, a kinder, more heart-centered world that acknowledges our interconnection.

Being an Elder to me means having the ability to dance with the old and the new, being aware of what serves and what needs to be let go of completely or at least be changed.  Elders  are willing to shoulder the weight of being role models for another way of being.

They are still actively contributing to their communities and the world. They may be considered mystics due to their deep connection to Spirit or Soul. Elders have come to a place of a peace around death, no longer afraid of it, which gives them the opportunity to look at the world from a completely different perspective.

This is where my favorite quote of Albert Einstein comes in:

"We can not solve a problem from the same kind of thinking we used when we created it."

Elders have had enough life experience that their thinking can have grown beyond that original thinking.

Elders know their spiritual self, how to ask questions, no longer judge, are aware of their beliefs and shadow, and live in gratitude. It is a road to get there and it would be my honor to walk with you.

A short introduction to Corinna Stoeffl

Corinna is a life long learner and loves to grow as a person. Sometimes she jokes that Change is her middle name. When turning 70, Corinna decided to own that she is an Elder. 20 years ago,  she called that in with a Rite of Passage ceremony. Being a visionary and futurist impacts her expression of it. Considering the global, collective transition we are in, she empowers people over 50 to explore the road to elderhood.  Read more


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