Somatics & Deep Ecology for Sustainable Change

Why This Offer

This offer will put in place purposefully chosen individual, organization, and cultural practices that will produce, over time, systemic, sustainable change. It is an investment in people and organizational cultures, experiential in nature that creates a balance between being and doing.

The changing, shifting world is asking something of us. We are being asked to ally ourselves with the values and practices of a generative social, environmental, and economic world as if it currently exists. We are being asked to shift from the intellectual conversations, ideas, and tasks of a generative future to embodiment in action.

For those looking to explicitly heighten attention to and embody the practices of blending daily operations, coordination, and team inclusion with a deepened meaning and embodiment of triple bottom line, the Ecosomatic orientation provides these outcomes.

“Look! Look! Look deep into nature and you will understand everything.” –Albert Einstein

In organizational life, living the mission and values of the organization requires the embodiment of the true meaning of triple bottom line in action. This is different than slogans, written values, and heady concepts that sound good but are not truly or only partially acted upon.

Imagine with me, a different future: one that includes looking ahead many generations with possibility, hope, and pride. That future will inherit a world where we are more connected and in balance with each other and the natural world. Yes, I’m still an idealist (but a practical one); I have no choice but to live my life and do my work with optimism, excitement, and joy. The other choice is not only unappealing, it’s unsustainable, and bottom line…’s not working.

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To further positive transformation and aliveness in individuals, couples, families, and organizations for the sake of generativity for all life.

“Try as much as possible to be wholly alive, with all your might, and when you laugh, laugh like hell and when you get angry, get good and angry. Try to be alive. You will be dead soon enough.”
– William Saroyan

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