A Radical Joy for Hard Times practice of connecting to the wounded land
Just as we can't be whole, healthy individuals until we explore the shadow places in our psyche, so we cannot have a whole, healthy, sustainable Earth until we recognize that all places are valuable and beautiful” Trebbe Johnson- Founder of Radical Joy

Starting Monday January 11, 2021 running weekly for 5 weeks   (6pm CET/12 noon EST) for two hours
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Group Size limited to 12. Please Register here to reserve your space and receive Zoom Links

Attending to Place
 is a practice which explores ways of relating to wounded places and through this relating, we deepen awareness of ourselves. Through guidance from experienced practitioners, participants find a place within the land nearby and deepen into awareness of the wounds and the gifts of the place, through small acts of listening, noticing, exploring and creating.

This practice will both expand and deepen the ways in which we relate to wounded places, to ourselves in relationship with them, and to our communities, as we all search for ways of living meaningfully.

After the first Introductory meeting each person will commit to spending time at a particular wounded place near them once a week for the next  four weeks and attending a group sharing zoom call once a week for two hours.

Introduction- January 11: Join us to learn more about the process and decide if you'd like to join the rest of the workshop. After the Intro session on January 11, if you decided to continue, we ask that participants have the firm intention of attending the rest of the sessions. This creates a stable container for moving through the stages of this simple but deep process of Attending to Place.
Exploration of your place: January 18, January 25, February 1, February 8

Facilitated by Harriet Sams & Sasha Daucus
For more information about Radical Joy for Hard Times go to: www.radicaljoy.org
This course is offered for free, on a Dana donation basis, with proceeds going to Deep Adaptation.

 If interested in joining, please sign up via the Google Doc  HERE

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