Recognising the size of the climate crisis

October 299th 2022, 10:20:28 AM

Seeing well-being as a basis for clarity has left him feeling clearer and stronger about how to acknowledge and face up to the challenges ahead. He shares his journey to encourage others to feel more confident taking their first, critical steps.

It took me a while to recognise that I had not been taking the climate situation seriously. As often happens, it was my work with individuals and organisations that presented me with the challenge that led me to a new evolution.

In 2020 I was asked to help members of a climate-based organisation. Their work was taking a heavy toll. People were stressed, fatigued and burnt out. I believed in their cause, and knew I could help them. My work is based on the realisation that people’s clarity, well-being, energy and resourcefulness is available under any circumstance. It is my job to help people recognise and access this underlying potential of the mind. 

Finding this potential of mind is much simpler than you might expect. The most challenging part of my job is making the discussion relevant to the people I am trying to help. In this case, I needed a better understanding of the climate situation.

Realising the seriousness of climate change

I was surprised when I realised that I had not looked more deeply into the climate crisis before. It was not for lack of caring, so why had I not taken more of an interest before? 

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