The Work that Reconnects offers insight, inspiration, and rejuvenation for sustaining change agents, activists, artists, caregivers, peacemakers, parents, therapists, environmentalists, social workers, and other citizens of the planet.
The Work that Reconnects offers messages of truth, hope and worth amidst a culture of consumerism that tells us we are not enough. It offers tools to affirm and increase our awareness of our deep connections to, and relationships with, the natural world.
The Work that Reconnects opens doors to new bodies of thought, time-tested spiritual practices, and pioneering group methods, that are powerful inspirations to understanding and action. It is food to strengthen and affirm us as we go about our work to create a better tomorrow.
The Work that Reconnects is offered as day-long workshops as well as evening presentations and as the focus of weekend retreats.
“The most remarkable feature of this historical moment on Earth is not that we are on the way to destroying the world - we've been on the way for quite a while. It is that we are beginning to wake up, as from a millennia - long sleep, to a whole new relationship to our world, to ourselves and each other.”
Contact us to inquire about bringing this program to your organization or community.
Cultivating Connections@twc.com 502-897-2721
Finding Hope and Inspiration in the Natural World
A Work that Reconnects Workshop with
Mark Steiner & Marilyn Stoner
Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hosted in the beauty of Bernheim Forest
Bernheim Members $30; Non-Members $40
Participants should pack a lunch or plan on visiting Isaac’s Café.
Register by calling (502) 955-8512.
Cultivating Connections offers workshops, study groups and retreats to the public, environmental groups, schools, church groups, etc. on
the Work that Reconnects as articulated by Joanna Macy.
The Work that Reconnects helps you to:
• discover your inner wisdom, strength and beauty
• awaken to your larger ecological identity
• explore new sources of energy
• affirm your sense of purpose