How can we face the mess and not go crazy and instead reconnect with nature?
The introduction evening last September was a great success, time for a 2nd edition!
– A Spiritual Ecology Workshop –
You may have never heard of Spiritual Ecology before, like me, Maaike Boumans, until last year. You might have a connection to either or both of the words. Or maybe you have a hunch you want to live in a different way. Perhaps actually you feel the great urgency for us to radically change the way we live: to not only make peace on Earth, but make peace with Earth. And maybe you don’t know where to start.
If any of this resonates with you, you’re so welcome to join.
This evening workshop is a light introduction into the body of work of Spiritual Ecology. How can we face the mess we are in and not go crazy? Building on the work of Joanna Macy, John D. Liu, Charles Eisenstein and others, this evening combines dialogue, exercises and reflection. It’s my intention for you to walk away feeling inspired and invigorated, with a larger community of likeminded people at your back.
There’s room for 100 people. This was intended as a free session, however, due to the huge response we’ve got from people, we’ve decided to upgrade our venue. There are some costs associated with this upgrade and therefore we’ve decided to ask for a small fee of € 5,-. Order your tickets at:
– About the trainer –
I am Maaike Boumans (30), a poet, traveller and host. I hold an MSc in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability and have been working around these topics for the past six years with Bright Future Lab. After a powerful 5-day solo retreat in nature a few years ago, I’ve been longing to deepen my connection with nature. To learn to speak her language again, live my life from a place of reverence and simplicity. This has brought me to Spiritual Ecology. I would love to meet you on this journey!
With big thanks to De Ceuvel for offering their space.
– Reading Tips & Registration –
If you’re curious to read a little more about Spiritual Ecology, check out the work of St Ethelburga Center for Reconciliation and Peace on www.stethelburgas.org. Or check www.spiritualecology.org and www.emergencemagazine.org.
Kindly register before March 6th so we know you’re coming and can save your seat! You can register using this form. The workshop lasts around 2 hours: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSds41TrGYliFW8k1gEfSBqZZDOdKjZY2jZJobtVC997uwdbjg/viewform