FREE WEBINAR RECORDING: Making Sanctuary with Bayo Akomolafe
– What Does Activism Look Like At The End Of Hope? –
Join poet, philosopher, psychologist and professor, Bayo Akomolafe, for a free recorded webinar
as he invites you to ‘stay with the trouble’ during an exploration of what it means to be on the planet today.
This free webinar forms an introduction to the deeply immersive 6-class online course, Making Sanctuary with Bayo Akomolafe which starts on 21 February 2019.
THIS COURSE RECORDING IS FOR YOU WHEN YOU FEEL READY TO:
If you wish to make a difference in this troubled world, this webinar and the following course is right for you. Bayo we will explore our mythologies and the way we relate to darkness and the shadow. We need to confront our shadows, as they part of us as well as of the world that we are trying to change. In this webinar Bayo will talk about creating the right psychological space for us to be in. Bayo will explore with us what sort of rituals, practices and possibilities are available to our specific conditions, so that we can connect to the social justice warrior inside of us.
ABOUT THE COURSE PRESENTER
Bayo is poetic and a deep thinker. He is an author, speaker, lecturer, renegade academic, ethnopsychotherapeutic researcher and proud diaper-changer. Bayo Akomolafe (Ph.D.), is globally recognized for his poetic, unconventional and counter-intuitive take on global crisis, civic action and social change.
He is Executive Director and Initiating / Co-ordinating Curator for the Emergence Network. Bayo has authored two books: ‘We Will Tell Our Own Story’ and ‘These Wilds Beyond Our Fences: Letters To My Daughter on Humanity’s Search For Home’ and has penned forewords for many others.
He considers his most sacred work to be learning how to be with his daughter and son – Alethea Aanya and Kyah Jayden – and their mother, his wife and “life-nectar”, Ijeoma.