When I reflect upon the concept of climate change, I often feel fear. How is flow related to something so large and so hard to lean into and face?

Climate change isn’t a subtle share. It is not a gentle resourcing. 

It is overwhelming. It is scary. It is disruptive. 

The imagery of flow often brings to mind ease and gentleness, not the tsunami climate change invokes. 

However, I do feel there is flow to be found in climate change work. Over many years working at the intersections of spirituality, creativity, community making and education, I find there is a flow to be found in meeting this work with an open broken heart.