• Dec 28, 2021 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Latest Activity: Sep 1

New members and other interested parties! Please join us for a Deep Adaptation Welcoming Circle.

In the text-based social media landscape, and perhaps even in your personal family or community, feelings about change and collapse are hard to converse about - often our anger at the global situation, and our grief, come through strong - and we are not heard through the denial, dismay or pushback.

We mean it, when we say that we aim to navigate this predicament together. We are all experiencing a similar shift: wondering how we fit and what we should be doing; and we are curious to hear your DA story.

We invite you to join us and explore the following topics:

  • What brings you to Deep Adaptation? What is your passion in this space?
  • How can we build relationships to create a sense of belonging in the Deep Adaptation Forum?
  • What are the opportunities to become more involved in the mission of Deep Adaptation?

In the Welcoming circle, we'll have time for introductions and to meet each other in small groups, and hear from some longer term DA members about their journey. We will also have space for your questions, ideas and any concerns about Deep Adaptation - the process, and our forums. You're welcome to attend, even if you aren't that new to Deep Adapation, and have been to a circle before.

We can't promise to answer everything but we can offer what we know, and our curiosity and concern with your journey? So please do not hesitate to reach out if you have questions. 

Already a DA volunteer? Then please join this call in order to help newer members find the guidance they might need :) 

Call time: December 28th, 4 to 5.30pm UTCCheck your local time here.

If you would like to join, please make sure to RSVP by selecting "Going" or "Interested" here. The Zoom link will be sent 24 hours ahead of time to members who confirmed their participation.

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