How do we find others?

Ava Osbiston has added

this conversation with Jeppe Graugaard

on the Dark Mountain website with this introduction:

How do we come together and connect,

create, share and witness each other

around the work of Dark Mountain?

For the first in a series of “Find the Others” podcasts

– Ava Osbiston from the Dark Mountain Project

speaks to Jeppe Graugaard;

a writer, teacher, researcher and sustainability consultant

who set up a Dark Mountain discussion group

in 2011 when he was writing his PhD thesis

as a case study of the project.

You can read his thesis here:

refiguring.net/thesis.html

Ava Osbiston

How do we find others willing to do the work and stay with the questions at the heart of our Predicament? This may be the most important question we face. Jeppe and Ava share their reflections on how this actually does come about as we stop trying to make things happen and meet the moment as it comes.

You can find some of my conversations with Jeppe here .

If you are interested in hosting or attending conversations like these let us know.

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My work is centered on attending to the intersection of perception and creativity. Complexity cannot be reduced to any given certainty. Learning is Central: Sharing our gifts, Working together, Teaching and learning in reciprocity. Entering into shared Inquiry, Maintaining these practices as a way of life. Let’s work together to build practices, strengthen dialogue, and discover and develop community. Let me know how we might work together.

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