LIVE virtual workshop: Re-connecting with yourself

LIVE virtual workshop: Re-connecting with yourself

Hello friend, colleague and collaborative partner,

You’ve been on my mind these past few weeks. I’ve been wondering how you’re doing. How these changes are impacting your work, your life, your spirit. How you’re taking care of others in your home, family and the world. And how you’re taking care of yourself while you do that. 

I’ve heard from some of you that life has been turned upside down, while others are preparing for things yet to come. These conversations inevitably turn to the reality that this is an unprecedented time that will require so much of all of us. I hear twinges of fear and moments of confusion, and at the same time I hear people expressing solidarity and care for each other, their local community and the world. There is a palpable feeling that we are all in this together. 

Times of great uncertainty serve as wake-up calls in our lives, inviting us to lean into whatever is awoken, curious and compassionate about what wants to emerge.

Are you looking to touch base with yourself and listen deeply to what is moving through you during this unprecedented time? Join me for a one-hour guided journaling exercise inspired by the work of the Presencing Institute’s Theory U and the Center for Courage & Renewal. All you need is a quiet space, a pen and some paper. All sharing will be voluntary.

LIVE virtual workshop: Re-connecting with yourself

Friday, April 3, 2020 3pm-4pm CET/9am-10am EDT
Register in advance for this meeting:
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJQucuytrjoq1_AE2Xy8Z3nf1wgRSqh7TA

Saturday, April 4, 2020 3pm-4pm CET/9am-10am EDT
Register in advance for this meeting:
 https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtde-uqz4vExpZCz8hS4bjLzL52Gjlqw

Feel free to invite anyone you think might need a bit of quiet community at this time.

Cristin Lind

Facilitator, consultant, speaker for better health and care through patient-professional partnership. Passionate about helping change agents build courage and agency. She/her.

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