Emergent Hope: Navigating a path through the Covid and Climate Crises (Online)
With Karen Mahon Carrington and Spring Cheng, PhD.
October 28 - December 9, 2020
Life has adapted through many dramatic events on planet Earth.
During the billions of years of evolutionary process, life emerged through the clash of enormous destructive and creative currents. The intertwined crises of COVID and climate are triggering tremendous destructive forces as well as creative responses. Whether we thrive, or even survive this evolutionary moment depends on how we adapt and evolve through the complexities and uncertainty. This workshop presents a four-fold map to navigate the complexities of life in this trouble time.
We will explore how to build our emotional and spiritual resilience, strengthen our embodiment and presence, and bring our wisest and most compassionate selves to the work of healing in this pivotal historical moment. Each week we will explore new frameworks and tools to transform our stress, confusion, and grief into a deeper connection with life.
Despair is the absence of hope
But hope is not the absence of despair
Hope is a fire tended by the stewards of the heart
Lighting the meandering path through despair, hope, despair and hope
Space is limited to 20 participants.
Each session takes place from 9:00-10:30am Pacific Time
Session 1: Wednesday October 28, 2020
Session 2: Wednesday November 4, 2020
Session 3: Wednesday November 11, 2020
Session 4: Wednesday November 18, 2020
Session 5: Wednesday December 2, 2020
Session 6: Wednesday December 9, 2020
This event will take place on Zoom, a video conferencing tool. You may download the application for free. You will also need a device with speakers, microphone, video, and internet connection. You may test your Zoom connection in advance. A short tutorial for Zoom etiquette will be provided at the beginning of the event.
Karen Mahon Carrington is a life long environmentalist, trainer and teacher. She was a principle architect in the landmark campaigns to protect the old-growth rainforests of Clayoquot Sound and the Great Bear Rainforests on Canada’s West coast. Since then she has been working to stop the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure, develop and implement climate policy and organizing for climate justice. Intertwined with her environmental work Karen has been a student and teacher focused on the intersection of the inner spiritual and emotional realms with the outer planetary and social crises. Steeped in Jungian psychology and Judaic and Christian mysticism, Karen…
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Dr. Spring Cheng is the co-Founder of Resonance Path Institute. She is an author, teacher, leadership coach and social innovator. Her work blazes a path through the uncharted territory between her native cultural roots in China and her adopted cultural home of North America. With her experience in both western science and traditional Chinese medicine, Spring created the Resonance Code, a re-imagination of the ancient complexity theory I Ching, the Book of Change, as a modern leadership development tool. Spring believes that our civilization can harness the tremendous complexity, chaos and uncertainty we are facing today and transform them into…
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