Helen’s first experience of the Work left her speechless.
“For the first time, I was representing nature to talk to human beings, which is such a deep and real thing and inspires a feeling of interconnectedness.”
Dear Friend of the WTR Network, We’re grateful and excited to see donations – large and small – already rolling in from around the world as our global community comes together to support our shared vision of connection and collaboration. Thank you for the unique and beautiful role you play in this vibrant community! Pitch […]
Dear WTR Network Family and Friends, This month, in a time of unraveling, we offer reflections on the Great Turning. We draw from Joanna Macy’s writing in A Wild Love for the World, published two years ago this month on the occasion of her 90th birthday. What is the Great Turning? Joanna writes, “In the 1990s […]
The WTR Network Weavers team is deep in the process of redesigning the Network website. The new website will offer a truly global gathering space, with many languages and practices, and authentic images and voices. It will be easier to navigate and fully searchable. We will keep you posted as this dream becomes a reality. […]
Dear WTR Network Family and Friends, In our January newsletter, we shared a bit about our visioning process. Guided by this vision, the Weavers team is deep in the process of redesigning and re-writing the Network website. The new website will offer a truly global gathering space, with many languages and practices and authentic images and […]
The Weavers’ team for the Work That Reconnects Network created these vision statements to guide us in the coming year. Some of these intentions have already come to be; others have yet to bear fruit, but we hold them all in our hearts and minds as we continue our work together as weavers in the Network.
For our next issue, in September 2022, we are seeking contributors from all over the world, particularly outside the US, to show how the Work That Reconnects or other related or more ancient deep ecology ritual and practices are helping people grapple with the many crises before us all, how to stay connected or reconnect with earth and each other, and how to prepare or refresh ourselves for our role in the healing of the world.
The theme for our current issue of Deep Times, Unraveling Patriarchy and Shifting the Paradigm, is now available.
The response has been heart-warming. We are grateful for all the submissions, both the ones we used and the ones we had to turn away or set aside for a future issue. We’ve put together a rich array of articles, essays, poems and artwork that address the challenge of unraveling patriarchy and shifting the dominant paradigm to one of reverence and respect for all life, based on our radical interconnectedness with our fellow humans of all cultures, ancestry, and identities and with all beings of Earth.
Dear WTR Network Family and Friends, This past weekend more than 200 members of the WTR Network community joined hand-in-virtual-hand to learn about and experience the Elm Dance. Individuals, couples, families with children and whole communities joined in and danced together. Some of us took to the floor of our offices and living rooms, and […]
This month we feature Molly Young Brown, whose contributions to the Work That Reconnects – including co-authoring Coming Back to Life – span decades. We join Molly in celebrating her 80th birthday, and with grateful hearts we honor her as she retires from her role as a Weaver of Work That Reconnects Network. Volunteer Kelsey Eaton interviewed Molly; this is what she learned.
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