Molly Young Brown is an American psychosynthesis practitioner and author with an interest in ecology and eco-psychology. She was the first to write a book on psychosynthesis in the US.
A moving collection of stories, poems, and artwork from 72 writers and artists who share experiences of connection with a loving Source within and beyond themselves—in times of hardship or unexpected grace, alone, in nature, or with others.
Senior designer and trainer with: The Work That Reconnects and co author with Joanna Macy of: Coming Back to Life, Molly Young Brown joins the Deep Adaptation Forum for a deep dive exploration into how to keep Deep Adaptation work evolving.
All roads lead to Rome for me these days, Rome being the looming catastrophe of global climate change/warming. Journalist Dahr Jamail, in a series of in-depth articles on the subject, more aptly calls it “anthropogenic climate disruption”.