We are trying something new. For our Deep Dive fall season, we are picking a theme of study and focusing on a different aspect of the theme for each meeting. For each meeting, there will be recommended readings and/or videos; however, anyone who participates is welcomed to bring their own resources about the related topic to the meeting. We will start each meeting with a grounding practice and then move into a discussion.
This fall’s theme is interconnectedness. During our first meeting, on September 11, we will explore the interconnectedness seen in nature. Next week, I will post some related articles or videos as well as books. Feel free to look at them all or to find your own information. Also at the first meeting, you are invited to share what topics about interconnectedness you would like to explore. An agenda for the season will be outlined based on YOUR responses.
Come to one or come to all of our Deep Dive meetings. No prior experience needed.
The study will meet every other Friday for 6 weeks, beginning at 11 am Eastern and lasts approximately an hour. Join us for one or all.
Free. Registration for each date is required. Women only.
Log in details will be emailed to you after registration.
New resources will be added for each upcoming date.
Friday, September 11
Below are four short articles and one 18-minute TED Talk to get us thinking about Interconnectedness, in particular as it pertains to our natural environment. Please feel free to bring your own resources to our discussion. Books, articles, videos, movies, poetry, research, art, music: all resources are welcome. I’d love to put together a resource list and publish it on the Shakti in the Mountains’ website for everyone’s edification.
Article on Permaculture:
Article from the Earth Law Center:
Article from Ignatian Solidarity:
Article on Biomimicry:
I highly recommend Janine Benyus’ TED Talk located on this site.
Friday, September 25
Friday, October 9
Friday, October 23
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