Originating Impulses for Novasutras: Big Ideas for Deep Transformation
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Originating Impulses for Novasutras: Big Ideas for Deep Transformation

This seventh anniversary blog series will explore the originating impulses for Novasutras as a movement where ecospirituality supports ecoactivism. Can we co-create of a set of new wisdom teachings, a variety of both global and locally-adapted practices, and even a whole new language?

Ecospiritual Community to Empower Sacred Activsim
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Ecospiritual Community to Empower Sacred Activsim

In Novasutras, we invite the co-creation of a shared spirituality to address the needs of our time. An ecospirituality developed in community can be a source of resilience and renewed meaning for people confronting the existential crises we now face. It can help bring ecoactivists into supportive spiritual community.

A Community for Deep Transformation
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A Community for Deep Transformation

The Deep Transformation Network may help Novasutras to achieve our shared vision of changing the whole paradigm of civilization. It is a place where people around the world are coming together to cultivate greater awareness, compassion, and wisdom. We can collaborate on ideas that move us toward a regenerative future where all can thrive.

Climate Anxiety: It’s Not Just You
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Climate Anxiety: It’s Not Just You

As evidence of climate destabilization increases, more people are experiencing climate anxiety, ecogrief, and similar distress. How common is climate anxiety? How do we deal with the emotions that arise from this escalating climate emergency? Novasutras practices and events serve to nurture and uplift one another during these challenging times.

Learning in Community for Effective Climate Conversations
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Learning in Community for Effective Climate Conversations

Climate conversations are a good place to start growing your climate justice activism. You can join online trainings in supportive community to have more effective climate conversations. Trainings from THIS! Is What We Did will show how to avoid pitfalls, promote understanding, and “listen deeply” to people of all views on climate change.