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Resourcing Ourselves in the midst of Global Crisis

Feb 13 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am PST

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An event every week that begins at 9:30 am on Monday, repeating until Mar 13, 2023

$75 – $225


This workshop consists of five 2h sessions, starting on Monday 13th of February. it will take place on Mondays over 5 consecutive weeks*

at 18:30h-20:30h CET / 9:30h-11:30 PST

Monday 13th feb

Monday 20th feb

Monday 27th feb

Monday 6th March

Monday 13th March

*It is important to participate in the entire experience, so we suggest you to plan for it and add the 5 workshop dates to your calendar!


It’s not easy to live in the midst of a global society that has been unravelling for a long time. Many of us humans live within social and economic systems whose foundational principles don’t recognize the interdependence and sacredness of the web of life we are part of. Our attempts to stand up for our world–and choose a different story of how to live–are strengthened when we work together. When we support each other, remind each other about the miracle of life, grieve the destruction of life together, reconnect with ancient ways of relating to life, we re-encounter within ourselves the ways we can contribute genuinely to building a life-sustaining society. We grow our resilience to live regenerative and meaningful lives while we take part in the healing of our world.

We are inviting you to a 5-part online workshop to take a deep dive into the Spiral of the Work That Reconnects and harness its power to resource our personal and collective resilience within the open-hearted community we intend to co-create.

Our wish is that each of you leave this journey with a felt-sense of empowerment to provide for your wellbeing and the wellbeing of all, to contribute to the healing of our world according to your unique calling.


For everyone who feels the call. You don’t need prior knowledge of  or experience with the Work That Reconnects. What you need is the willingness to bring trust, deep listening, well-intended speech, and to be an active participant.

We will accept between 12 and 23 participants, as we want to ensure an intimate environment – as well as accommodate the technology constraints of only having 25 people in a zoom window.


  • Workshops held in English
  • Introduction to some key notions of the Work That Reconnects (WTR), WTR practices and other practices from the different backgrounds of the facilitators.
  • Learning Resources related to each of the workshops. 
  • Each Workshop will have its own theme:

Workshop 1: Grounding in Gratitude

Workshop 2: Honouring Our Pain for the World

Workshop 3: Reclaiming our Ancient Eyes

Workshop 4: Living in Deep Time

Workshop 5: Drawing on courage to Go Forth


We will meet in Zoom. The link will be provided once you have registered and made your payment.


We offer a sliding scale of €225 – €75 (same in $) per participant. This is a single payment covering the 5 workshops. We appreciate your contribution greatly, as the financial support we get makes it possible for us to keep devoting time to this work. Please, if a contribution of €75 isn’t possible for you, write us an email and we will find a solution.



Molly Brown and Daniela Tablado are looking forward to holding space for you through this Spiral Journey. We met in 2020, when Daniela was a participant of the Facilitator Development Program facilitated by Molly, Mutima Imani and Constance Washburn. We are enthusiastic about coming together to co-facilitate the Work that speaks to our hearts. 

Daniela is currently living between Germany and Spain. She has a passion for immersing herself in different cultures and working among diverse worldviews. She has enriched her life from living in contrasting countries. Learning from different jobs in teaching, tutoring, group process design and facilitation, human resources, office management, event planning and sales in Spain, China, Switzerland, Australia, as well as volunteering work in The Philippines and Indonesia. Her master studies on leadership for sustainability in Sweden led her to her current work, facilitating individual and systemic transformation towards ways of being and doing that bring inner healing and protect life on Earth. She strives for bringing spirituality and consciousness shift into the field of systems change. Website: https://danielatablado.org

Molly Young Brown, M.A., M.Div. lives in Mt Shasta, California with her husband Jim.  In her work as a writer, educator, and workshop facilitator, she draws on the Work That Reconnects, ecopsychology, psychosynthesis, and systems thinking. She co-authored with Joanna Macy both editions of Coming Back to Life (1998, 2014) and edits an online journal, Deep Times: A  Journal of the Work That Reconnects.  Her other publications include: Growing Whole: Self-realization for the Great Turning; Held in Love: Life Stories To Inspire Us Through Times of Change (co-editor Carolyn Treadway); and Lighting A Candle: Collected Reflections on a Spiritual Life.  Website: MollyYoungBrown.com.


Feb 13
9:30 am - 11:30 am
$75 – $225
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