Sacred Activism: Living Non-Violence

by | Nov 20, 2023

‘Hi, I’m Sarah. Perhaps like me, you look at all the crises in the world and you think I have to do something? I have to take some action. I cannot be a bystander anymore.
And perhaps like me, you think whatever action I take it has to be sacred. The crises in the world require a sacred response. I need to be a sacred activist. Well, what does that mean? And how do I do it?
If you’re interested in those questions, please join me in May and we’ll spend some time on a short course exploring exactly that.
Thank you!’

Living Non-Violence: Embrace Peaceful Power & Sacred Activism

Embrace the power of peace and embark on a transformative journey to living non-violently. Join our 5-week online course, where you’ll discover the essence of Sacred Activism and the impact of non-violence in both your life and our world.

Throughout this enriching experience, you will:

  • Examine the different structures of violence that exist.
  • Unfold the concept of non-violence as a sacred activism.
  • Learn how to put your spiritual aspirations into practice effectively for peace and justice.

Delve into thought-provoking weekly themes:

  1. What is violence?
  2. How am I violent towards myself and others?
  3. How am I violent towards the Earth?
  4. What’s the medicine for violence in myself and the world?
  5. Making commitments.


Led by the experienced Sarah MacDonald, immerse yourself in this incredible opportunity to practice non-violence and create lasting change.

SAFE. MEANINGFUL. TRANSFORMATIVE. Embrace Sacred Activism and shape a non-violent world!



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