An urgent film about climate crisis, activism and mindfulness, showing at The Meadow, St Davids on Friday 18th October.
What can we do, now time is running out? Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh has a revolutionary proposal for facing the Climate Crisis. “The way out is in,” he states. “The way out of climate change is inside each of us.” His invitation is to stop: to stop running and to take a good look at what is really going on. To see what views drive our behaviour, how our thought patterns and our emotions work, and why we got into trouble with the climate in the first place. In silence, we will better understand ourselves and the Earth.
In The Way Out we follow two young people, a Brazilian banker and a British activist, during a stressful period in their lives. Will they be able to save the earth — beginning with(in) themselves?
After the film there will be the opportunity for discussion of the ideas and theme.
Food and drink is available from 6.30pm and the film will start about 8pm. It is an hour long. For more info on the film, see https://evermind.media/the-way-out