Regenerate - the role of radical uncertainty in a complex world - an experiential workshop

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‘The three stories of our time and the role of radical uncertainty in a complex world ‘ - based on the Work That Reconnects

An experiential workshop to explore how to relate to the complexity of the world’s predicament. How do we decide what to do when we cannot be certain of the outcome? What beliefs underpin the stories of the ‘Industrial Growth Society’, the ‘Great Unravelling’ and the ‘Great Turning’? Exploring myths of separation, scarcity and powerlessness. Rosie Jones, ecological and community psychologist, will introduce some of these ideas and offer experiential practices to feel into alternatives.

About Regenerate

Tuesday nights, roughly fortnightly, from 7-9pm with an  optional bring-and-share meal from 6-7pm.

Regenerate sessions are a new series of workshops and talks to inspire and empower action in supportive of life. If you are involved in ecological or social projects, community organising, or activism, or would like to  move your life in a more regenerative direction, then these sessions are for you.

Each session will focus on a different theme, and you are welcome to join for any or all of the sessions. Most will involve some experiential components, as well as teaching, with opportunities to reflect on how the material relates to you or your contribution to the world.

Our aim is to resource ourselves  with frameworks, concepts and practices that can inform how we contribute to reducing the harms happening to Earth and people, and to building a more regenerative society, and the cultural evolution that requires. 

Sessions will involve eco-philosophy, the Work That Reconnects, relating to our grief for the world, living  systems thinking, and tools and frameworks for ‘power-with’ collaborative working, guest speakers and facilitators, and more.

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