Oliver: Being in nature can bring a sense of ease and peace. Removing the complexity of the busy human-made world reminds us of a simpler, quieter way. Tonight, instead of going to the woods, we’ll let our own nature come back to us. Together we’ll explore connections between the external, internal and tap into a sweet … Continued
Luke: I find seeds fascinating. There within the protective outer shell lies wisdom, a deep knowing. With warmth from the sun, moisture from the rain, nutrients and minerals from the soil, and the right mixture of gasses from the air, the dormant seed is awakened and begins to grow. It just knows. And it’s this magical … Continued
Erin: You know all those parts of nature that you love, that you seek out for a little solace? The majestic mountains, towering trees, the feel of the breeze on your skin, sun on your face, the lapping waves and winding rivers? I have good news. All those elements of nature are inside you too. And … Continued
Warren: In this practice we will combine guided meditation, contemplation and elements of ceremony (Hand drum songs) to take a dive into our connection to the earth and our ancestors. No knowledge of our ancestry is required. Looking forward to seeing some of you there :)
Caitlin: How would experiencing yourself as a node in a vast network of a rich and interconnected web of life alter your sense of Self? Leaning into Bill Plotkin’s concept of the ecocentric identity, we’ll meditatively and somatically explore what it’s like to shift our centres of attention from an egocentric perspective to an ecocentric experience.