Coming Back to Life: The Moral Imagination as Ethical Practice

Our worldviews shape our behaviours and in turn, we are planet-shapers - often destructive ones. Elegant, wild practices that urge us to come back to life are an invitation to become more fully human, more compassionate and kin-centric, to evoke our moral imaginations as an act of ethics and belonging.

To Bring/Important Notes

a journal and please be prepared to go outside for a time with weather-ready clothing


1:00 PM - 2:44 PM

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  • Royal Roads University
    Hilary Leighton

    A lifelong apprentice to nature and psyche, professor and eco-psychotherapist, Dr. Hilary Leighton draws from embodied, nature and arts-based practices to reflect the ethical dilemma, suffering, and loss of our relationships with wildness, to embrace learning as an initiation toward wholeness and a more soulful way of belonging to the world.