Living We Space
These are challenging times for many of us. The global challenges of our present time include political, social, environmental, and technological change and events. The way we think about and address these difficulties can lead to isolation, division, and sometimes conflict. It is easy for individuals, families, organizations, political parties, and countries to default to focusing on their own issues and perspectives – their ego-system. This approach threatens the experience and potential of our interconnectedness – our eco-system. There is a demand for us to transcend our ego-systems and live out the benefits of our eco-system. But how? The principles of We Space as taught and practice at Dare to Connect workshops provide some responses we can adopt in the face of these challenges.
Here are three ways to practice and experience We Space at three levels – Self, Others, and Nature:
Through Dare to Connect We-Lab, we stand for the expression of our interconnectedness at these multiple levels. We intentionally build community by openly welcoming our similarities and differences, telling and weaving together our individual and collective stories, recognizing our historical connection and shared wounds that divide us like racism and nationalism, and we go outside to walk and talk with nature. None of these are new practices. However, put together in these times, they are essential for manifesting and magnifying peace and love in our homes, communities, countries, and world. The spirit of we-ness comes alive during the Dare to Connect WE-Lab and remains available to us as a guide as celebrate and drop into our powerful connection across differences.
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