This four-week program, Active Hope, will explore how to find hope in uncertain times drawing on "The Work that Reconnects," framework created by eco-philosopher Joanna Macy. This framework intersects deep ecology, spirituality, and psychology. Throughout the four weeks, participants will be invited into a space where they can be more reflective while connecting with alternate ways of being in the world. These evenings will provide opportunities for silence, reflection and thoughtful dialogue to engage individuals in examining the challenges of living in this time in history while moving through four stages: gratitude, honouring our grief, seeing with new eyes, and going forth.
Tuesdays: October 8, 15, 22, 29, 2019
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Jodi Lammiman has worked as a community educator, wellness coordinator, youth pastor, retreat facilitator, artist and library worker. Connecting each of these experiences is a deep desire to understand the intersections between personal change and systems change, where people find meaning, and ways to create spaces that invite people into self-discovery through community ritual, dialogue, silence and solitude. Jodi has a Bachelor of Sacred Literature, Master of Arts in Spiritual Leadership and a Certification in Spiritual Direction. She and Amy Spark co-created Refugia Retreats, an eco-contemplative initiative that integrates the emotional, spiritual and mental health aspects of environmental and social justice conversations with personal and community contemplative practice.
|Tuesday October 08, 2019||7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
|Tuesday October 15, 2019||7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
|Tuesday October 22, 2019||7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
|Tuesday October 29, 2019||7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|