Posted by on Mar 30, 2017

We live in a time of upheaval, with the Brexit campaign and referendum and Trump’s election, growing inequality and environmental damage. This event offers space to speak our reactions, fears and hopes and listen to one another, perhaps to listen to ourselves; and to share inspirations and ways to resource ourselves in difficult times.

The workshop draws on the work of Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone, rethinking the nature of power and exploring how the experiences of our own lives offer us connections with others; connections through which we are affected by and can in turn influence wider changes in the world. There is a place here for despair, a place for taking stock, for allowing new ways of looking. We look at different kinds of power, and how they manifest in everyday interactions, and can contribute to the seeding and building of a better world.

Donations. Bring food to share.

Please book for the workshop with
Gill Westcott:, 01647 24789
Adrian Harris:
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