Abrupt Climate Change: How Will You Show Up During Humanity's Final Chapter?
Only Love Remains Workshop
You've come to grips with near-term human extinction. It's a lonely conclusion, one that interferes with many relationships. You want somebody with whom to discuss the most important topic in the history of our species. It seems most of your friends and family are in denial.
In response to numerous requests, we have developed a workshop to address this issue. The workshop follows naturally from Guy McPherson's presentations on abrupt climate change. It's the logical next step for those interested in pursuing healthy psyches and healthy relationships after concluding the worst.
This workshop distills hundreds of hours of scholastic reading, deep introspection, and facilitated practice into an eight-hour workshop. It is not a grief-recovery workshop. Rather, it is a synthesis of our professional expertise in light of near-term human extinction. It is an active, interactive experience focused on the topic of living fully in light of evidence pointing toward the near-term loss of habitat for humans on Earth.
If you are interested in participating in or hosting a workshop, please visit the Contact page on this website and submit your contact information. An all-volunteer team will step forward to assist with all logistical issues, and we will send a planning packet to the organizers to help streamline their work. The packet will include hosting advice, housekeeping advice, flyers, reading materials, links to reading materials and required viewing, and printable handouts.
Feedback from Angela
"I recently participated the Only Love Remains workshop in Belize. Being able to attend this workshop at their Belize location was definitely a treat but otherwise I was unsure what to expect. We are in a hospice situation with our planet and there is a huge emotional component to that that I find difficult to resolve because I have no one to talk to about NTHE. This workshop gave me a start to that process. Pauline and Guy were gracious, kind and sincere and it was great spending time with them and other members of the tribe.
One love. Peace."
we are not grief counselors