Workshop

Inner Sustainability Practice: "The Spiral"

Organised by Stichting Otherwise Wageningen
Date

za 23 maart 2019 10:00 to 13:00

Venue Clock House, building number 351
Generaal Foulkesweg 37
351
6703 BL Wageningen

On Saturday morning 23 March, we will dive deeper into 'the work that reconnects' by Buddhist Ecologist and activist Joanna Macy, by experiencing the spiral that is at the center of her work.

We will go through te spiral step by step using interactive exercises, experiencing the power of the four steps gratitude, mourning our pain for the world, seeing with new eyes and going forth in the world with new energy and inspiration.

This workshop will take place at the Building with the Clock, Generaal Foulkesweg 37, from 10.00 till 13.00.

Please sign up here before Wednesday, 20th of March.

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Some background info on the Inner Sustainability Practice
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After a successful iWEEK summer training on 'wild wisdom' in July this year, OtherWise will continue exploring the topics of connection to nature, sustainable activism and our personal role and voice in the challenges of these times through monthly 'inner sustainability' workshops. In order to build a sustainable world, we need to (re-) connect to the web of life: to ourselves, to others and to the nature around us. When we truly connect rather than to separate ourselves, we feel empathy, and from empathy comes the willingness to support and take action that is in line with life. The Inner Sustainability workshops are a chance to discover sustainability from within, as well as to meet, exchange and keep up a regular practice of nature-based methods.

Our team of three behind the Inner Sustainability Practice is not professionally accredited in the methodologies and exercises we guide you through. However, the themes of the workshops are not new to us either. Some methods we encountered on our paths in workshops and trainings, really captured our hearts. We felt a strong urge to share these ‘inner sustainable’ experiences with you. So being on this big learning-journey ourselves, we hope - by practicing together with you – for us all to grow!