If we need an outer Transition to make our systems for transport, food, energy and shelter into something resilient and healthy, what is the inner Transition that goes with this? What does this look like for individuals, groups and communities? How does what is happening inside us shape the outer world?
The longest journey begins with the first step!
These monthly “How to face the mess we are in without going crazy?” gatherings are an opportunity to engage in conversations that matter in caring for ourselves, each other, and the world. In a supportive environment we will explore what it means to live in ways that are meaningful and rich, beyond the limiting “consumer culture” we find ourselves in the western world. All are welcome!
Wednesday, November 17, 6:30 – 8 pm, 2015 Cornwall Public Library.
This month will be a presentation by Shannon and Daniel Marion, based on the work of Byron Katie, about looking with new eyes at a world that seems to be unravelling. This personal resilience tool could be one way of easing the bottleneck of feelings that come up around what is happening in the world.
Tuesday, October 20, 6:30 pm – 8 pm, 2015 Cornwall Public Library.
Wednesday, September 23, 6:30 pm – 8 pm, 2015 Cornwall Public Library. Please come to a gathering to explore the inner aspects of the transition journey. Experience meditation through colours with conversation to follow. All are welcome.
Wednesday, August 19, 6:30 – 8 pm, 2015 “How to face the mess we are in without going crazy?” Cornwall Public Library. This gathering will include a short guided meditation with Jenn Torrance as well as discussion of this video clip with author and activist Charles Eisenstein.
Wednesday, July 15, 6:30 – 8 pm, 2015 “How to face the mess we are in without going crazy?” Cornwall Public Library. Exploring feelings and guided meditation. All are welcome.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015: “How to face the mess we are in without going crazy?” Cornwall Public Library, 6:30-8:00 pm – The Inner Transition Group will open a participatory gathering for sharing what we are often not allowed to express: our pain, grief, guilt, fear, and even our inexplicable joy in the face of climate change and what is happening in our world. A short video clip, followed by discussion. All are welcome.