The Joanna Macy Center at Naropa (JMC@N) seeks to advance the vision and legacy of Dr. Joanna Macy’s work in order to empower present and future generations in building a more resilient world that works for all.
August 12 - 14, 2016 @The Boulder Shambhala Center
1345 Spruce St. Boulder, CO 80302
Please join us at this groundbreaking climate change symposium - as much about how to promote sanity at a time of great change, as engaging with change itself. This forum provides an opportunity for activists, scientists, artists and others to explore how human fortitude, ingenuity and insight can create life-sustaining communities.
$95.00 Member Scholarship - all Naropa faculty, staff & alumni / $40.00 Students / $195.00 Sustainer / $245.00 Sponsor
LIMITED TIME OFFER – Bring a friend for free! Register at the sustaining or sponsor level by Sunday, July 24 and you can bring a friend for free! To take advantage of this simply register using the "register now" button and add your friend's name to the "comments" field on the registration page by July 24th.
Convene in community to celebrate our care for the world and capacity for personal and relational resilience. Joanna Macy’s root work, The Work That Reconnects is a practical, open-source, ever-evolving toolkit that anyone can use to build the stress-resilience, authentic community, and systems thinking needed in order to bring the change we wish to see in the world.
$10 General Admission / $5 JMC Members & Students
To become a member of the JMC for discounts, updates and volunteer opportunities, join our email list by contacting Program Manager, Karta Elise Hassler.
An opportunity to practice facilitating and co-facilitating the Work That Reconnects in a safe and inclusive environment for people who would like to strengthen their facilitation skills, ability to share this work with other groups, and deepen their experience of this incredible toolkit.
PREREQUISITE: Attendance at a minimum of two workshops in the Work That Reconnects in the last twelve months, such that participants are familiar with the underlying philosophy of this work, structure of its process, and the experience of several exercises.
RECOMMENED READING & SOURCEBOOK: Coming Back to Life: The Updated Guide to the Work That Reconnects, by Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown.
Part of our mission at JMC@N is convening community and building a network. In that spirit, we want to let you know about some great events hosted by like-minded organizations. We hope you’ll check them out.
Mission: The Joanna Macy Center at Naropa (JMC@N) seeks to advance the vision and legacy of Dr. Joanna Macy’s work in order to empower present and future generations in building a more resilient world that works for all.
Building a more resilient world through Dr. Macy’s work, we focus on three specific areas: her root teachings known as The Work That Reconnects (WTR), Liberation Buddhist scholarship, and Nuclear Guardianship.
Dr. Joanna Macy is a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology; she has been a visionary force in environmental activism for over five decades. Her groundbreaking work, The Work That Reconnects, draws from spiritual traditions, general systems theory, and deep ecology to inspire a transition to sustainable human culture.
The best way to find out more about the Joanna Macy Center at Naropa is to attend one of our events. For any other questions or to join our mailing list, please contact Program Manager, Karta Elise Hassler.