Events DetailsDate: December 4, 2020 - December 6, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm
Website: https://www.griefintogrowth.com/event-details/ecological-grief-retreat-a-pathway-to-resilience-self-care-and-earth-care Flyer pdf: Download
Location DetailsEvent Location:
online, online, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
In this on-line retreat, we’ll guide you through a process for composting grief, fear and anger into inspired action. Discover how to respond to the challenges of these times with care and integrity. Learn ways to resource yourself for the work you’re called to do, in service to life on earth.
This retreat is based on Joanna Macy’s Work that Reconnects, a series of practices to help us align with the self-healing powers of the web of life and heal the sense of separation between humans and the greater body of earth.
Includes 8.5 hours of interactive on-line sessions spread over three days, and integration activities to do on your own, between sessions:
Friday, Dec. 4th: 7 – 8:30 pm EST
Sat., Dec. 5th: 1 – 3 pm & 5-7 pm EST
Sunday, Dec. 6th: 2-5 pm EST
Some comments from participants in our previous webinars:
“It was a wonderful taste of how to channel and grow from my grief.”
“The teachings, reflections, small groups, and all processes were rich and nourishing.”
“I wanted to know how to hold my dread for the planet and what actions are mine to do. It more than met that expectation.”
“Both facilitators were excellent and did a wonderful job of creating a safe space. They were open, supportive, empathic and they skillfully introduced the various practices, themes and exercises.”
• Group processes, personal reflection, meditations
• Nature Connection, Deep Time work
• Movement, art, poetry & other spiritual practices
• Practical applications for our lives and the world.
Max. 18 people, age 15+, with a commitment to be at all sessions.
Fees on a sliding scale: CAN$250/$180/$60 or Pay-what-you-can
Facilitators: Robin Macdonald brings extensive experience facilitating community grief care, restorative justice, yoga & group processes. Andrea Prazmowski has decades of facilitation experience with collaborative environmental initiatives, gatherings in sacred space, Attitudinal Healing and as a Forest Therapy Guide. They are based in Ottawa, Canada and Hull, Quebec.
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Contact DetailsEmail: [email protected]