Although we must stay physically apart at this time, we are still interconnected.
Now is a time to consciously engage with ourselves and with each other. We can be distant yet not disengaged.
Uplifted by our Virtual Circles, one from Johannesburg and one from Vancouver, for those who have taken training with us.
We are inspired by everyone who participates and their courage to lean into uncomfortable changes.
Grateful for our South African trainer Sharon Wakeford and co-host Michelle Edwards for great facilitation.
Thanking Dr. Evelyn Zellerer for bringing us together and facilitating heartwarming circles of connection.
Stay tuned for more invitations!
Calling for a global ceasefire. It’s time to put armed conflict on lock-down and come together.
Offering resources to explore interests, stay connected and find support:
- Things to Do While Under Quarantine – from Native Wellness Institute
- A Dose of Culture and Google Arts & Culture – concerts, plays, museums, parks and more
- Online Learning – tons of topics and subjects to choose, check out: Coursera, Future Learn, Harvard, The Open University, Open Culture, edX
- Connect with nature – it’s proven to be good for our health and well-being. The Icelandic Forestry Service recommends hug a tree!
- WeGotchu – a great resource designed to support young people under 30, from SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
- Canada’s Economic Emergency Response, summary of support for individuals and businesses
- A great summary of all financial supports, thank you Hon Jody Wilson-Raybould
- Restaurants – Breaking Bread newly launched website to connect you to 1,275 local businesses to serve you in cities across Canada. Let’s support them!
Take care of your body – like yoga or stretching…. Perhaps this will inspire you. And an added bonus is that you’ll save on toilet paper!
Laugh every day. Laughter is also medicine.
Thank you to all essential workers for taking care of us and keeping us safe.
Check out our prior post to download our Thank You graphic – available for online as well as print and display.
Nancy Soneson shared her wonderful banner inspired by our graphic:
Let us know where you share, send us a picture too!
Join us in continuing to spread gratitude and love.
Share your news, favourite resources, and experiences with us; we’d love to hear from you!
For those of you who had training with us, join the exchanges in our private Facebook group, Peace Circles.
We’re in this together. And together we’re creating a new reality. Let’s make it phenomenal!
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