‘Pain for the world is not only natural, it is a necessary component of our healing. As in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, designed to trigger remedial action.’ Joanna Macy
How do we uncover our innermost feelings surrounding what is happening to our world, let alone talk about them? How do we create an inner compass to navigate in the midst of such complexity, competing interests and heightened emotion? And how do we take care of ourselves in the process?
Join us for an evening of conversation at The White House, St Kilda where we will hear from four speakers sharing their journey of negotiating their pain for the world.
Sarah Pant, Holistic Psychotherapist
Jess Huon, Buddhist teacher
Mele-Ane Havea, Dumbo Feather General Manager
Light supper provided.
6pm – 9pm
Tuesday December 6, 2016
The White House
11 Princes St, St Kilda VIC 3182
Co-presented by Climates and The Weekly Service