Active Hope Workshop
With Kathleen Rude, gaiawisdom.org
Evening, May 30
All Day, May 31-June 1
Transform fear and overwhelm into empowerment and inspiration!
We live in challenging times that are painful to face. How can we respond in a loving way that makes a difference in our world? We can choose Active Hope.
Active Hope is about what we would love to see happen in the world. Active Hope is about becoming a participant in bringing about what we hope for. It is a practice, a way of living with purpose.
This interactive workshop is based on The Work that Reconnects, an innovative process developed by Joanna Macy. The Work helps us transform fear and despair into inspiration and a sense of empowerment. Experience the healing power of gratitude, find compassion in honoring your pain for the world, embrace your connections with each other and with the self-healing powers in the web of life, and realize your potential to make a difference.
Location: Rosary Hall is 3211 S. Lake Drive, Suite 323, St. Francis, WI 53235
To register call 414-367-4325
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