Would you like to join a safe space to collectively process the fear and pain around the deepening crisis of this unprecedented time? Would you like insight into your thoughts and perspectives that help you to clarify your place and activity in the world?
The challenges we face sometimes when we look at the world around us are huge. It can be devastating to be confronted with the climate crisis, and its effects on life on planet earth. We may experience frustration, anger, despair, numbness, or simply the wish to turn away from it all. Or we may choose a different response. Every crisis also is an opportunity to generate our resilience, to bring forth our courage, creativity and care. It may ask us to dig deeper into our own inner resources. “Be the change you want to see in the world” said Mahatma Gandhi.
We don’t have to do this alone. We can link up with a growing number of people, organisations, and networks who contribute to a regenerative world, with creativity, skill and dedication. We too can be part of the Great Turning, in our own unique way.
‘Grace happens when we act with others on behalf of our world.’ Joanna Macy
In this weekend retreat we engage with The Spiral of The Work That Reconnects, originated by Joanna Macy.
This retreat includes experiential group work relating to deep ecology, guided meditations, focussed sharing and bodywork,
What previous participants say:
“The spiral is a deep and wise process and holds up a lens to the work we are all doing. The group process provides support, compassion and understanding which is most refreshing. I highly recommend this course to anyone who wants to come to their work with more depth, clarity and support – as well as everyone interested in finding out more about the Great Turning.
Margo van Greta
Margo is a pioneer of holistic spirituality and a facilitator of transformation. She creates a safe and supportive space for deepening your inner journey. She lives and works in Ecovillage Findhorn in Scotland where holistic spirituality and deep ecology complement each other. She is leading courses on cultivating personal resilience and a regenerative environment. She practised with Joanna Macy in The Work That Reconnects: inner work for those who care about the planet. Margo has been a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism since 1987, and initiated Buddhist Group Togme Sangpo where she teaches Discovering Buddhism. She lives in a small eco house, deeply loves nature and her daily walks on the Findhorn beach.