This is a 6-week experience for people willing to be challenged to cultivate their ecological self, deepen their decolonial journey, and practice belonging to place and purpose as we intentionally meet this moment of intersecting ecological and social crises.
Next course starts in March 2022.
Get Re-Membering: Poems of Earth and Soul.
The 75 poems in Re-Membering are an unabashed celebration of the sensuality and mystery of wild nature, and an invitation to express our biggest selves and live into our deepest belonging.
I love to walk with people at a crossroads to embody their wholeness and live their wild purpose in this moment of the Great Turning. Through participation in custom 1-on-1 mentoring/ecotherapy sessions that include a toolbox of earth-rooted and soul-deepening practices and questions, deepen your skills of belonging and integrate the fullness of your body-heart-soul-spirit. Ultimately, my approach is one that aids in cultivating an ecospiritual decolonial journey.
Healing work IS Anti-racist work IS Decolonial work IS Ecotherapeutic work IS Sacred Grief work IS Rewilding work.
These are not and cannot be seperate if we are to dream and enact ourselves into regenerative, cooperative, co-liberatory, earth-honoring habits of being and doing.
Having for a few years now invested in practicing the dirt path of Deep Belonging, I have come to realize its twin trajectory is Deep Lost. I grew a course and a life around deep belonging and see it ultimately as an ecospiritual decolonial journey.
But without the recognition of Deep Lost, I fear reinforcing the incarcerations of white modernity. Deep Lost is like the underworld meander towards which the roots of deep belonging tunnel, beyond Salvation Highway where all the recognizable signposts are.
Deep exhale. Guilty on all counts. A verdict isn’t a fix, let alone transformation, but for a moment we can lean into a sacred pause and sit with it all, including the contradictions. Sit, cry, celebrate, laugh, commune, dream. Feel our body and breath.
We continue to hold the vision of a new way of being together, a multi-species, post-capitalist, decolonial earth-honoring society of care.