“We must find and develop therapies which heal our relations with the widest community, that of all living beings.” – Arne Naess
According to its original formulation by Arne Naess Deep Ecology is not intended to remain conceptual. At its heart are practices aimed at healing the separation we commonly perceive between ourselves and the natural world. We can identify a few important domains of practice. This page page is intended to provide an overview of these domains with internal and external links to further resources.
For an introduction to the philosophy underlying these practices, please visit our page:”what is deep ecology“.
Deep Ecology Process
The classical “Deep Ecology” is based on the philosophy of Arne Naess, first introduced as a group therapeutic process in the book below:
For a map of the Deep Ecology Process visit:
The Work That Reconnects
A branch of Deep Ecology group process drawing deeply on the work of Joanna Macy and Molly Brown. For more info and external links visit this page:
Eco-dharma, Sacred or Spiritual Ecology