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June 26th 2019

Deep Adaptation: Washed up on a beach, sober

Justine Huxley

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Justine Huxley

Justine Huxley, CEO of St Ethelburga’s writes about the experience of hosting a group working with deep adaptation, a map for navigating climate breakdown:  “Yesterday we returned from our second pilot retreat exploring deep adaptation.  Sharing a stunningly beautiful location in Sussex with buzzards, falcon and roe deer, we spent…

May 29th 2019

Climate and conflict: Preparing for the storm

Justine Huxley

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Justine Huxley

Dr Justine Huxley, CEO of St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation & Peace, reflects on deepening societal divisions, climate breakdown and conflict, highlighting the need to move beyond denial, and tailor our responses for the coming storm.    Over the last 6 months, the fractures in our world seem to be…

March 24th 2019

Climate Justice and the Living Earth by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

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In this guest blog, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee reflects on Greta Thunberg’s ability to speak truth to power, and the need for activism to be rooted in a relationship with the sacred.   In recent weeks young people around the world have taken to the streets in their thousands, placards reading simple truths,…

June 25th 2018

Abundance and Communion: Sensory Pathways to Realising our Sacred Places

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Impressions and Reflections from ‘Spiritual Ecology: Reviving a sacred and interconnected world’, residential workshop The Hermitage, Somerset, July 2018  By Emilie C. Parry Over a weekend in mid-May, time expanded just enough to give space for uncovering and realising the interBeing of a few humans with our wider ecologies and Earth System….