Grief and Grit in the Great Unraveling – Webinar
Oct 2 @ 3:00 pm - 5:15 pm PDT
Saturdays: September 18 & October 2
Each session is stand-alone; you are welcome to attend either one or both.
9:30 – 11:45 am PT / 12:30 – 2:45 pm ET
3:00 – 5:15 pm PT / 6:00 – 8:15 pm ET
Come together in community to grieve the losses large and small we are all witnessing and suffering during this crescendo of the Great Unraveling. The climate crisis is fully upon us, with wildfires, floods, melting glaciers, and drought. The pandemic is again loose in our midst. Our democracy is in grave peril. Rampant racism and oppression threatens anyone slightly different from the white patriarchal “norm.” When we share our feelings of grief, rage, fear, and helplessness with one another, we find strength and power in community. In this time together, we’ll use practices from the Work That Reconnects to find our way to clarity and resilience.
Facilitated by EAN members Constance Washburn and Molly Brown.
Molly Young Brown, M.A., M.Div., lives in Mount Shasta, CA with her husband Jim. In her work as a writer, workshop facilitator, and life coach, she draws on the Work That Reconnects, ecopsychology, psychosynthesis, and systems thinking, and specializes in working with activists. She co-authored with Joanna Macy both editions of Coming Back to Life (1998, 2014) and edits the online journal, Deep Times: A Journal of the Work That Reconnects. mollyyoungbrown.com
Constance Washburn, M.A., activist, educator, director and facilitator, has been a student of the Work That Reconnects since 1994. She is a founding Weaver of the Work That Reconnects Network helping to support the international community of facilitators. She is also a founding member of the Elders Action Network and leads an Empowered Elder Workshop using the Work That Reconnects for elders around the world. constancewashburn.com
Registration is on a sliding scale from $10–$40.register