Imagine a world where people slow down and connect with one another, honor their differences, and actually enjoy life fully. In this world people are kind. They listen respectfully to many viewpoints, and together, find solutions to even the most difficult issues.
At Shema Productions we believe this world is possible. In fact, we have been involved in many circumstances where this is already happening. We would like to be part of creating more of that world with you.
The best of human nature comes out at times of disaster. Why wait till then? We believe it is important to build the muscles of compassion, creativity, and collective decision-making now, so as more and more things change, humanity is ready to move beyond divisiveness and collectively make the leap into creating a future that works for all.
Being inspired by teachings from world traditions, engaging in expressive arts, the simple act of turning off your electronic devices to listen to another, or spending quiet time in nature are lost arts. Research shows that when we access these things regularly and engage with life in a more sacred manner, our productivity, health, and ability to think clearly and creatively improve.
At Shema Productions our classes, retreats, and executive consulting are infused with years of experience in cross-cultural communication, global transition, spiritual psychology, expressive arts, organizational development, and human potential. We are inspired by teachings from all traditions, and find the mystical teachings behind the Hebrew letters to be especially relevant to these times.
If you are dealing with a difficult decision, life or organizational transition, or just want to build your creative muscles, expand your perspectives, and enjoy life more fully, please give us a call.
"Analesa has the ability to galvanize new ideas when in a group and find simple solutions to complex issues. She works well with others and is a gracious, welcoming person." ~ JoAnne Spies, President, Women's Interfaith Institute
"Analesa takes great care in setting up safe structures, is articulate, and has a natural ease in keeping discussions on track. She is sensitive in facilitating delicate situations and conveying respect for differences." ~ Ani Grosser, Center for Compassionate Relationships