‘A framework to create positive social and environmental change.’
Cultural Emergence Foundation Course, Earthship Brighton. May 6th-7th.
Based on Social Permaculture, Systems Thinking and Indigenous wisdom, this course brings people together to learn the practices of Cultural Emergence.
In these globally challenging times these practices create the conditions for the emergence of the future we want in our lives, communities and the wider world; in other words, for a truly effective response while being fully alive in a connected, deeply rewarding way.
This 2 day course is an experiential, creative journey into the natural landscape with space for reflection, visioning and collaboration .
“The way the practices were fed to us through wonderful adventures in beautiful nature is a sublime thing!”
“The teaching and group was amazing.”
“I feel excited and nourished by what I have learnt and can’t wait to integrate it.”
Our next Course!
Date: May 6th – 7th 2017
Sat: 10-5pm + evening music, story and poetry evening around the fire – 10pm (optional).
Venue: We are very happy to be returning this spring to the Earthship Brighton. Stanmer Park. BN1 9PZ
Cost: £150 / £100 (sliding scale).
For bookings and more info click here.
For booking questions only please call Keith on 07813027345
For any other questions please call please call Lex on: 07588 532227
Some more words about the course:
Humanity is at a time of mass cultural emergency. We see our current personal, social, political and environmental problems as stemming from a lack of cultural understanding and cohesion. We have insights and tools to share which can help turn this around into mass cultural emergence; where abundance, gratitude, care and connection are part of our everyday culture.
Emergence is a term used in systems thinking where two or more things come together with unexpected results. By bringing people together with these tools and methods we have the opportunity to ask pertinent questions and to co-create answers and solutions and emerge the culture we want.
Participants will explore the core routines of Cultural Emergence, nature-based practices and group activities for fostering effective and nurturing communities. We will look at and understand the many levels of culture, right through from our own personal culture and patterns of being, to the global context.
Participants are invited to nurture the visions they hold for themselves, their communities and the wider world.
The course will allow the distinct voices, skills and life experiences of participants to be heard, bringing a vitality and spontaneity to each course.