The Work That Reconnects Online: Introduction and Immersion
Mar 7 @ 12:00 pm - 6:30 pm CET
– Extinction Rebellion activist
– Participant in one of Martin’s Online WTR workshops in 2020
ABOUT THE WORK:
The Work That Reconnects was made for these times. Times when what used to make sense is liquifying before our eyes – and we need new spaces to make sense of it. For too long, we have been looking for answers and solutions. Now is the time to inhabit the spaces of not knowing where we find ourselves on the “knife edge of uncertainty” as initiator Joanna Macy puts it.
It helps clarify survival skills, like community building and tending to our grief, needed for navigating the chaotic times we are in, as well as the unique roles we each can play in creating a more just, and caring world. While exploring our inner responses to the current crises.
In the online workshop we will let us be guided by the spiral of the Work that Reconnects to spark courage and creativity in these times of ecological grief and corona lockdown. The workshop consists of group exercises, as well as teachings to foster a larger feeling of self and a stronger connection to our world, transforming the experience of the state of our world into individual action.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:
Martin Reinholtz is a facilitator for the Work That Reconnects network, living in Oslo (Norway), and has facilitated purpose driven workshops and trainings for the past years, centered on community and organizational development. He has studied systems theory, innovation, regenerative leadership, meditation, organizational psychology and ethics. Recently finishing a thesis on “Open Space” facilitation, the importance of eco-facilitation, and a living-systems approach in Norwegian environmental volunteer organizations.
DEDICATION TO CAUSE:
This workshop is dedicated to the Women and indigenous communities of the Amazon who are struggling with oil spills on top of the Covid-19 crisis, they are in need of materials and funding.