We are at a really interesting and challenging time in history. Our current linear model seems to have reached its limits. We’re seeing high burnout rates, growing inequality and environmental degradation. Let’s take the chance to create something healthier! In order to enable this change at CRCLR we believe that it has to start with ourselves. We take very seriously what our friends from the Wellbeing Project put so elegantly “wellbeing inspires welldoing”.
We spend so much of our time at work and far too often the focus on profitability has pushed our values and wellbeing to the fringes. Businesses are an integral part of our community, and our values and wellbeing are the most valid compass we actually have to run them.
As we truly believe this, we at CRCLR include wellbeing methodologies in our work practices. They range from mindfulness meditation, team lunches, community gardening and coaching to taking part in projects such as the Wellbeing Project.
Parker Palmer, a renowned social change activist, explains it so beautifully: “Our deepest calling is to grow into our own authentic self-hood, whether or not it conforms to some image of who we ought to be. As we do so, we will not only find the joy that every human being seeks - we will also find our path of authentic service in the world”.
Wellbeing practices are the vital tools for social impact work to thrive on a local and systemic level. They play a fundamental role in this important paradigm shift which we are working toward. At the CRCLR House we want to make these practices and methodologies accessible to all. You will find articles and courses on wellbeing in this section.