Awareness and concern about climate change exists. Yet, when we move through our daily lives, our actions often don’t match that concern. In this experiential workshop, we will slow down what is going on in that values-to-action gap. Using an integral voice dialogue process, we will dance around the poles of awareness and unawareness, attachment and indifference, hope and grief, responsibility and guilt, exploring how these show up in our body, heart, and mind—individually and with others. We will explore how modern life takes our attention, narrowing our salience landscape and diverting our focus from actions that are in support of the greatest depth of consciousness, for the greatest span of sentient beings. The majority of the session will consist of awareness practices and dialogue with a closing reflection on how this impacts your sense of leadership and agency in conscious climate action.