This is a 6-class series for people transitioning or ready to transition to a deeper earth-centered life and eager to cultivate a deeper belonging to place and purpose.
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.
We’re excited for a full and expansive year of programs dedicated to soulful reconnection in nature.
Deep Belonging Interactive Course (ONLINE, Nov. 13-Dec. 18)
Ecogrief Healing Circle: Honoring Our Pain and Resiliency (November 10, 10am-11:30am, Trinidad State Beach)
Full Moon Hike and Circle – FREE (Nov. 12, 5:15pm, Trinidad Head)
Honoring the Darkness/Befriending Our Monsters Gathering (November 17, Sequoia Park, Eureka, 4-6pm)
FREE Wild Nature Heart 7-Day Challenge (Online – Begin anytime)
Wild Nature Heart Deep Seasonal Challenge (Online – Begin anytime – contact email@example.com)
Earth-Rooted Entrepreneurs Support Circle (3 Tuesdays – October 29, Nov 12, Dec 10 (On Zoom with online interaction in between calls)
One-on-One Earth-Based Mentoring/Inner Wilderness Guiding and Facilitated Solo Wilderness Rite-of-Passage (Contact Ryan for FREE Discovery Call, firstname.lastname@example.org)
The sun setting can be a daily practice for letting go of things that we are still holding onto too tightly.
Sunday’s Full Moon Hike was absolutely fantastic and powerful. After a sacred pause in silence with the moon shimmering in the waters of the bay and a couple earth poems, eight of us up on the rock immersed ourselves in a discussion on the theme this month: Hunting Our Wholeness.
We’ve held a few gatherings now called Ecogrief Healing Circles: Honoring Our Pain and Resiliency (now monthly in Humboldt, and soon an Online Circle), and it is clear: there is a dire need for these gatherings. But another thing is equally clear: this isn’t just about ecogrief, the pain and fear we feel, this is about love and connection. It’s about reclaiming our birthright as humans, which is community, which is joy/awe/pleasure in nature’s beauty and abundance and all that life has to offer, which is our natural Wild Resiliency.