Resistance. Resilience, and Radical Gratitude

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Unitarian Universalist Church, 1685 W 13th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402

In these times of exponential climate disruption, social injustice, and corporate power, we are challenged to re-imagine our personal and collective capacities for hope, resilience, and work for justice.

In this workshop, we will explore our emotional responses, our personal and collective wisdom, our fortitude and intentions for the work ahead, and our capacity for gratitude and other spiritual practices to ground ourselves for the journey.

Barbara Ford has been an activist, therapist, facilitator, singer, and artist with over thirty years of experience working with individuals and groups, including faith groups, activists, intentional communities, non-profits, and schools. Skilled in working with groups with creativity, empathy, and humor, she often incorporates ritual, music, movement, and other creative activities to deepen the workshop experience. She has worked closely with eco-philosopher Joanna Macy, and offers workshops, classes, and webinars which explore the convergence of spirit, creativity, and the engaged life.
Visit Barbara's website: barbaraford.net.

Doors open at 9:30. A light lunch is included. This event is offered as a Fundraiser for 350 Eugene.

Donations will be collected at the door. Capacity is Limited, Please register in advance. Email: Resilience@350Eugene.org - Include your name, contact email address, questions, and phone number. You will receive a confirmation letter with additional information.

Participants offer a donation after considering the following three questions: What is fair? What can I afford? What can I offer with joy? The gift economy allows access for all and grows community.