The Inner & Outer Work of Regeneration
Presencing the Hidden Trauma of Progress upon our Systems and Soil
Online | English
What will we be exploring in this Lab?
Throughout human history we have obviously experienced dramatic gains through many forms of progress, but we have also suffered losses in our inner and outer landscapes. As we grow more alarmed by outer adverse climate events and eco-trauma, we are also noticing an inner landscape of increasing anxiety and fear accompanied by decreasing levels of general well-being. Perhaps slowing down and sensing into our grief around ecosystem decline can help transmute suffering into more fertile soil, allowing for increased capacity for discernment around what we collectively consider ‘progress’ and potential action steps that can lead us to increased trauma-informed regeneration.
Who is invited to participate?
Open to all participants who have done basic study within the Hübl field and have resonance around the topic of inner and outer regeneration.
More about the journey of the Lab
We intend this to be an intimate, transformational journey, traveling through some rocky topical terrain while collaborating with Nature as our guide. It is important to realize that our personal relationship with certain topics may be difficult to contain and digest at times. However, the aim of this lab is to expand our individual and relational capacity (our inner regeneration) as we explore deepened awareness and grief alongside titrating practices of regulation, resilience and joy.
When will we be meeting?
Meeting once per month on Mondays, 7 to 9 pm Eastern US time: 1/29, 2/19, 3/11, 4/8, 5/13, 6/10, 7/8, 8/12, 9/9, 10/7, 11/11, 12/19