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ABOUT:

As we witness the deep fracturing of our civilization, how can we seed the stories and foundations for a society to come? How can we create, nurture, and sustain livelihoods and projects that serve the work of reuniting people, the land, and the sacred? What does inclusive leadership, grounded in an ethic of care, look like in an unfolding apocalyptic reality? What creative possibilities are waiting to emerge when like-minded and like-hearted individuals come together to imagine and implement radical beginnings?

Due to popular demand, we are thrilled to offer another iteration of our spiritual ecology leadership course starting this fall. This thirteen-part course offers emerging leaders working in social and environmental fields the opportunity to deepen their skills in building and co-creating spaces of renewal, reciprocity, and reverence. Designed for those working in social and environmental fields, this course is an in-depth exploration of the emerging field of spiritual ecology: an evolving philosophy that is rooted in the understanding that ecology, cultural, and spirituality are interdependent. Participants will be mentored in building and implementing new or existing projects and will have the opportunity to learn from the wisdom and expertise of guest teachers and Emergence contributors, including David Abram, Bayo Akomolafe, Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, brontë velez, Jim Enote, Kalyanee Mam, Chelsea Steinauer-Scudder, and others.

Learn more about the course here.


SCHEDULE

Sep 2nd - Dec 2nd, 2021

Every Thursday, from 10am - 12pm (Pacific)


COST & LOGISTICS

The program costs $650.00. Some scholarships will be available for those who need it. If you are accepted into the course, payment is due within one week of the first session. Cancellations made up to one week before the course begins will result in a full refund. After that, refunds will not be available unless under special circumstances. The application deadline is July 20th, 2021.

CONTACT

Please contact events@emergencemagazine.org if you have any questions.

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