The SDE Weekend 3: Resting With My Eyes Open with Jonie Broecker
In my experience, I’ve found there is not an area that goes unturned while deschooling and unschooling. This can have my critical lens on and in focus most of my waking hours. As a result, it’s become imperative for me to have times throughout the day where I am both awake and restful. As we gather together for this offering, I’ll start by sharing a little about me, followed by ways I carve out space for this practice, moments when rest has found me, and how important a sense of safety is for our bodies to feel okay to rest. There will be time throughout for emerging ideas and questions.

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