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Part Seven of a series of courses on meditation, this course will focus on tools to set your intention for activism as a nourishing and heartfelt practice.
Embodied Activism: Ecological Identity: Interdependent and Interconnected with Nature
Environmentalism is more than just a set of practices, it’s a way of being.
Ecological Identity, a term developed by Mitchell Thomashow, describes human identity in connection with nature and all life forms. In this course, we will explore and construct your ecological identity through personal inquiry, guided meditation, experiential exercises, and creative exploration. Deepening into awareness of one’s ecological identity can provide a grounding framework for the complex and challenging work of environmental advocacy. Sessions will include the introduction of a key concept, a guided meditation, and mindful dialogue.
Throughout September, Deah Robinson will be teaching these principles through guided meditation.
Days and times to be determined.
Course Fee: TBD
Minimum enrollment: 5.
In the event of course cancellation, fees can be transferred to other courses offered by The Resilient Activist, offered as a donation, or refunded.
A limited number of half-price and free scholarships may be available. Email email@example.com to request a discount.
Participants are required to have completed The Resilient Activist’s Meditation and Mindfulness Course Waiver and Release of Liability Form within the previous 12 months before the start of this course.
Deah Robinson has been practicing mindfulness and meditation for over 20 years. In 2019, she was granted a sabbatical to complete Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield’s Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program.
She has enjoyed teaching mindfulness and meditation classes and workshops throughout the KC Metro area at Midwest Alliance for Mindfulness, Kansas City University, and Metropolitan Community College District.
Currently, Deah is a Ph.D. student in the East-West Psychology program at California Institute for Integral Studies, a program that considers the intersection between western, eastern, and indigenous healing traditions. Deah worked as a career and mental health counselor at a local community college for 15 years and looks forward to continuing to support the healing of others through a holistic approach. Additional information is at this link.