Tag: collapse awareness

The Lenca in El Salvador Encourage Us to Share our Own Valued Stories

Insights from Chief Leonel Chevez, of the Lenca tribe of El Salvador, on how stories should be passed down like seeds from one generation to the next, for humans to journey through collapse. Read More

Mapping Out the Five Elements of Collapse Awareness

How joining the DA community has helped me better metabolise my own grief, discover important new practices, and invent the framework of the 5 Elements of collapse-awareness. Read More

How Everything Can Collapse: A Manual for our Times, by Pablo Servigne and Raphaël Stevens

URL: https://www.wiley.com/en-us/How+Everything+Can+Collapse%3A+A+Manual+for+our+Times-p-9781509541393 Type: Book This is the book which initiated the scholarly field of “collapsologie” in the French-speaking world. It is a very detailed and comprehensive summary of the main trends that are unfolding at the heart of our global predicament, and which herald ever more terrifying disruptions to the “business-as-usual” world dominated by modern Read More

Call recording: 4Rs workshop with DA facilitators and volunteers

The recording of the Sept.7 workshop on the 4Rs of Deep Adaptation, hosted by Kim Hare with support from other DAF volunteers. Read More

Q&A with Chris Tröndle

Join us on Sept. 30 for a special Conscious Learning webinar with Chris Tröndle, about his research on hope, despair and activism related to Deep Adaptation. Read More

Q&A with Jane Dwinell

Join us on Aug.20 for a special Conscious Learning webinar with Jane Dwinell, veteran moderator of the Deep Adaptation Facebook group. Read More

Finding space for difficult conversations in the Forum

How joining the Deep Adaptation Forum has enabled me to find a community in which to have important conversations, and gain renewed confidence about my own collapse-awareness. Read More

How I brought Deep Adaptation into my workplace

How becoming deeply involved as a Deep Adaptation Forum volunteer has helped me grow more tolerant and confident – and how I’ve been introducing practices and workshops from the Forum into my workspace. Read More