“Daring greatly means the courage to be vulnerable. It means to show up and be seen, to talk about how you’re feeling, and to have the hard conversations. Staying vulnerable is a risk we have to take if we want to experience connection.” – Brené Brown


*NOTE: Offerings listed are considered potentially useful for adopting a Post-doom mindset, but may not 100% align or be a good fit for everyone. Post-doom team not responsible for engagement.


New offerings needed! (Consider starting something – we gotta keep talking about it)

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Sisters of the Earth
Green Mountain Monastery/Thomas Berry Sanctuary:

25th Anniversary Celebration June 1, 2024

Post-doom’s Gerry Russell will be attending this event, delivering some of Michael Dowd’s ashes, also gifting books and legacy items chosen by his widow Connie Barlow.

June 1, 1999
Twenty five years ago we were missioned by our Passionist Monastery in Pennsylvania to co-found with Thomas Berry, Sisters of the Earth Community in Vermont.
June 1, 2009
Fifteen years ago Thomas Berry passed from this life and is now buried in a meadow on our land.

7am – Eastern Time – Worldwide Zoom Call
Opening Reflections by
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim

Zoom: Link

Zoom room: 5655104539
Passcode: Earth


Grief Ritual for the Solstice
22 June 2024, 10:00 am – 11:30 am AEST
Being part of a regular grief practice is a way to begin to undo the damage of our cultural avoidance of endings…by embracing them. Grieving together can free up old, locked down, energies and lead us back into a loving aliveness for the world. In the spirit of ceremony, with a deep regard for safety, we open to the regenerative and life-giving capacity of grief. (Sessions fee based)
Facilitated by Michael Shaw, Living in the Time of Dying director and therapists Michelle Walter and Heather Albrecht
For more information:

In this time of crisis and catastrophe, our comfort is to be with other people who understand what we’re going through. In a Collapse Club meeting, you will join like-minded people in a safe, structured space to share your experience of collapse and to cultivate communal wisdom. We are interested in you personally, because it is from your personal lived experience that all thinking and action emerge. Please join us!


Wednesday 5:30pm PST/8:30pm EST

Thursday 11am PST/7:00pm UTC

Saturday 11am PST/2pm EST

Resilience & Acceptance in the Face of Collapse

Why Resilience?
9 Week Zoom Course

This FREE 9-week zoom course guides participants through a variety of resources exploring topics that include: the great unraveling, deep adaptation, inner and outer resilience, indigenous wisdom, and collapse acceptance. For more information: Syllabus and Upcoming Course Offerings

“Brilliant design with an inclusive curriculum, knowledgeable tech support, thoughtful group process, rich array of optional homework, diverse resources, shared leadership, supportive training, and online circles for alumnae.” -Karla C.

“A well structured course with experienced facilitators who kept the group focussed. Great jumping off point for understanding collapse, and beneficial for people at the start of their Acceptance journey.” – Renaee C.

Collapse Acceptance Alliance

Weekly Zoom Discussion Group

Thursday 5pm – 6:30pm PT

An mixed group of collapse accepting “old timers” and those new to collapse awareness*. The focus is an organic exploration of collapse understanding. Typically there are 20 to 30 participants each week, with main room discussion time, one or two smaller breakout sessions, and sometimes a guest speaker. (90 minutes, with 2 hour option) *Note: newbies may want to check out Collapse Club first

Email Collapse Acceptance Alliance to find out more

David Baum of Collapse Club interviews Collapse Acceptance Alliance host Val Christensen and co-host Peter Melton

Connecting people, in all spheres of life, to foster mutual support and collaboration in the process of anticipating, observing, and experiencing societal disruption and biospheric collapse.

Offering intimate circles, thoughtful discussions, creative arts presentations, and more by facilitators and hosts with a wide array of skills and interests. Most events on Zoom.


Profound Resources
Facing Predicament

Embodied Practices
Space Holding Training
Shadow Awareness

How shall we comport
ourselves in these

For more info:
Dean Walker

UUs for Collapse Awareness and Acceptance

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A Facebook online discussion group for Unitarian Universalists and those sympathetic with the values of UUism to provide awareness of impending environmental, societal, and civilizational collapse and to discover ways to support each other in the realization that these inevitabilities are possible within the near future. Our aim is to realistically face together such distressing events while also finding peace, love, and meaning in whatever time is left to us both individually and collectively.

Email Jim Catano

Eye of the Storm Book Group

Contact Terry for new dates: email
Author Terry LePage, supported by colleagues in Post-doom and Deep Adaptation Forum, hosts this 7 session discussion group centered on her book (the last one Michael Dowd audio recorded). She offers resources and stories from people around the globe that will build practical and emotional skills to face whatever comes.
Michael Dowd’s SoundCloud book narration Audio
You can be calm in the eye of the storm.


“Wise, compassionate, and immensely practical. I know of no better guidebook for living fully and meaningfully in the midst of unfolding biospheric and civilizational decline.” – Michael Dowd

Post-doom Bloom with GRAC/E (Getting Real About Collapse/Extinction)

This women’s discussion group, focused on living the Benefits of Collapse Acceptance, is currently closed. However, we do offer a few spots from time to time, and are currently looking for those willing to start a new Bloom bouquet. 

Email Karen Perry to share more about your interest

I have found the Bouquet to be a safe and trusted space for our voices to transcend feeling lost and alone. Meeting weekly since early 2022, I have found recurring peace, groundedness, and a sisterhood that transcends the aloneness. Blooming Together assists me in finding new ways of being in a collapsing world, practically and spiritually. -Janet S.


Environmental Coffeehouse

Watch this previous event of some collapsey girl chat with Sandy Schoelles hosting guest Karen Perry

April 12, 2024

This event was recorded and can be viewed here: