March 2021 Issue

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By Molly Brown


In Praise Of

Poem by Susan Solinsky

Tales of an Immigrant

Poem by Philip Kienholz

Honoring Our Pain for the World


Poem by Susana Rinderle

Trauma hurts

Poem by Fionnuala O’Shea


by Anna Charalambous-Green
Anna describes the many numbing traumas she experienced as a refugee from war--and how she is healing.


By Vicky Chang Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part IV Recorded by author Alive Sitting in stillness

Seeing with New/Ancient Eyes

And Flowers will Grow in Syria

poem by Annette Darity Garber

Starting Over

Poem by Tova Green

For Parents: Intergenerational Trauma and Lineage Work

by Jo delAmor
All the healing work that each of us does permeates all the way through our lineage, back through generations of ancestors and down through generations of future beings.


Poem by Matthew O'Tuama

The five-kilometre radius pilgrimage

by Bianca Crapis
I left my house without an inkling of where I was headed. No route planned for my wander, just a burning desire to leave the house.

Anything Can Happen

Poem by Judy Myerson


by Erin Holtz Braeckman
Prose poem and drawings reflecting on the healing power of song

A Gift in the Darkness

by Val Silidker
A meditation on the crises of our time, through which we are invited to face see the world through new eyes.

Going Forth

Parenting during the Great Turning

by Julia Smagorinsky
Yulia shares a journey as a mother facing the impossible demands and circumstances of our time.


poem by Susan Solinsky

The Work That Reconnects: A Resilience-building Practice

by Constance Washburn
Constance describes resilience building skills that are already part of the Work That Reconnect and how to use them in a more trauma-informed way.

Evolving Edge

The End of the World, for Whom?

by AJ Hudson
An Afrofuturist & Afropessimist Counter Perspective on Climate Apocalypse


Draft-A White Body Elder Meets My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem

by Ellen Hoffenberg-Serfaty
A Resource for facilitators of the Work That Reconnects

Healing Collective Trauma by Thomas Hübl

book review by Karina Lutz
Thomas Hübl has been developing and facilitating group work internationally to address issues of societal level trauma, calling his method the Collective Trauma Integration Process.

New Book: Becoming Gaia

by Sean Kelly
Becoming Gaia: On the Threshold of Planetary Initiation is devoted to helping catalyze the shift in consciousness toward a life-sustaining culture


Activism Inside the Tiger’s Mouth

by Karina Shields and Bobbi Allan
A history of the many incarnations of what we now call "the Work That Reconnects" in Australia, 1985 to present time.

Post-election Mini-Spiral workshops

by Rebecca Selove In October, 2020, Work That Reconnects facilitators Sarah Nahar and Mordechai Liebling sent the following invitation to

Deep Times: A Journal of The Work That Reconnects

Vol. #7 Issue #1 – March 2021

Editor: Molly Brown
Editorial Team: Silvia Di Blasio, Karina Lutz, Martha O’Hehir, Carmen Rumbaut, Rebecca Selove, Carolyn Treadway, David Voelker.More information here.

Graphic Design: Frieda Nixdorf
Webmaster:  Silvia Di Blasio 

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