compassionate guidance through writing, nature, & life's difficult landscapes

compassionate guidance through writing, nature, & life's difficult landscapes

Event Calendar

Contact Jennifer here for details.
To read about past events, click here.

Online Courses

The following three courses are "on-demand" (register and take the class at your own pace).

Growing Words of Compassion: Nature and Writing Practices to Love By $65. More info here.
Deepen your innate capacity and expression of tender compassion. 

Writing on the Landscape: The Book Experienced $50.  More info here
Let the author guide you through her book, Writing on the Landscape: Essays and Practices to Write, Roam, Renew. 

Instructors' Guide to Writing on the Landscape $25. More info here
This instructional aid is for professors/facilitators using Writing on the Landscape in their curriculum/group work. 

2021 Offerings

Register here for events requiring payment.
Registration for most paid events closes one week prior to start date.
All times listed are in the Pacific Time Zone/United States. 

Sep. 20th (Mon.) Simple Living, It Ain't What You Think: Words from a Migrant, a Nomad, and an Aesthete via Zoom 
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Join Rincon Resolutions and TEALarbor stories for a thought-provoking presentation/discussion for the Coffee and Conflict: The Housing "Choice" series hosted by CORE (Conflict Resolution Clinic) of British Columbia. 

Sep. 25th - Oct. 3rd TEALarbor stories Out of the Office & Offline

Oct. 12th (Tues.) Second Tuesdays Lunchtime Webinar Free (register to get access)
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Listen to a thirty-minute informal talk interweaving such topics as creativity, beauty, nature, gratitude, and kindness. For those who can stay for the full hour, the second thirty minutes will be Q/A and discussion. 

Oct. 13th (Wed.) Overcoming Writing Blocks via Zoom
10:30 – 11:30 AM and 3:00 – 4:00 PM
These are my first author visits this semester to two college classrooms in California that are using my book, Writing on the Landscape, as the course text.

Oct. 14th (Thurs.) Overcoming Writing Blocks via Zoom
10:30 – 11:30 AM
This is my first author visit this semester to another college classroom in California that is using my book, Writing on the Landscape, as the course text.

Oct. 17th - 23rd Society for Human Ecology International Conference Presentation - Spiritual Ecology as a Transformative Practice

Oct. 18th (Mon.) Parliament of the World's Religions Presentation - Love in Action: Nature-Based and Creative Compassion
8:00 AM
This is an interfaith gathering of thousands of people from dozens of faith traditions and scores of nations. This year it will be a several-day online event rich with diversity - a heartful community of spiritual seekers, peacemakers, global climate change activists, and those helping to create a fair and just world for all. The Parliament is the oldest, the largest, and the most inclusive gathering of people of all faiths and traditions; the first Parliament took place in 1893.

Oct. 20th (Wed.) Working Despite Creative Blocks via Zoom $40.
10:00 – 11:30 AM
Troubleshoot your creative stuck places through simple activities, compassionate guidance, and individualized support.  

Oct. 22nd (Fri.) Northwest Collaborative Futures Conference PresentationEcotones: A New Conception of Borderlands 
9:00 – 11:00 AM 

Oct. 29th (Fri.) Day of Reflection and Gratitude via Zoom $95. 
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Spend the day engaged in nourishing activities to deepen self-reflection and gain clarity about your next steps as a change agent in the world. Experience a host of ways to foster gratitude in all circumstances. And immerse yourself in the interconnections among contemplation, gratefulness, and service. 

Nov. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd (Mon.) Gratitude Course via Zoom $80.
9:00 – 10:00 AM
Celebrate, learn, practice, share how gratefulness can become an extraordinary part of your everyday life.

Nov. 9th (Tues.) Second Tuesdays Lunchtime Webinar Free (register to get access)
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Listen to a thirty-minute informal talk interweaving such topics as creativity, beauty, nature, gratitude, and kindness. For those who can stay for the full hour, the second thirty minutes will be Q/A and discussion. 

Dec 1st (Wed.) Making Writing Easier via Zoom
8:30 – 9:30 AM and 3:00 – 4:00 PM
These are my second author visits this semester to two college classrooms in California that are using my book, Writing on the Landscape, as the course text.

Dec. 2nd (Thurs.) Making Writing Easier via Zoom
8:30 – 9:30 AM
This is my second author visit this semester to another college classroom in California that is using my book, Writing on the Landscape, as the course text.

Dec. 4th, 2021 - Jan. 9th, 2022 Writing Sabbatical/TEALarbor stories Offline
I will be offline and immersed in work on my current book project. Client services will resume on January 10th, 2022. 

 



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