Active Hope: Resilience & Possibility in These Times

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Hosted by Unity Atlanta, this interactive workshop on Active Hope will help us wisely navigate the turmoil of these times.

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We live in an extraordinary moment on Earth. As we witness unprecedented destruction of environmental, social, and political systems, we can feel overwhelmed by anger, fear, despair, and other difficult emotions. How can we remain resilient, creative, and empowered to act for the healing of our world?

Based on The Work That Reconnects, and hosted by the Unity Worldwide Ministries EarthCare Team, this interactive workshop on Active Hope is based on over four decades of community work with thousands of people around the world. We will have an opportunity to express our gratitude and grief and move into a deeper understanding of how we can work towards a more sustainable, just, and peaceful world where all beings can thrive.

Join us to summon our collective regenerative power and access your ability to wisely navigate the turmoil of these times.

A ZOOM Link will be e-mailed to registered participants.

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Organizer Beth Remmes

Organizer of Active Hope: Resilience & Possibility in These Times

Beth Remmes is a Facilitator for the Work That Reconnectsleader of the Earth Care Team At Unity Atlanta, a member of the Unity Worldwide Ministry Earth Care Team, is on the Board of Directors for Georgia Interfaith Power And Light, and co-founder of The Four Directions Fund.  Beth was a speaker at Emory University’s CREATE Conference, and presenter for the Association For Global New Thought’s Engaged Spirituality Webinar Series on How to Create and Sustain an Earth Care Congregation. She has also participated in Pachamama Alliance’s Awakening The Dreamer Facilitator Training Program and Game Changer Intensive, and the Sustainable World Coalition’s Emergence To Action course, Environmental Working Group For Environmental Educators, and White Awake Study Group. Beth completed a year long international on-line Work That Reconnects Facilitator Development Program and earned a Certificate in Ecopsychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute.  

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