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.
Wild Mind: Exploring the Facets of Human Wholeness Series (5 Wednesdays, October 9-Nov. 6. McKinleyville/Eureka)
Reclaim Your Wild Nature Heart 6-Week Class (Thursdays, Oct. 10-November 14, McKinleyville/Eureka)
Ecogrief Healing Circle: Honoring Our Pain and Resiliency (October 6, 10am-11:30am, Trinidad State Beach)
Poetry in the Redwoods (October 6, 5:30-6:30, Sequoia Park, Eureka)
Full Moon Hike and Circle – FREE (Oct. 13, 7:30pm, Trinidad Head)
FREE Wild Nature Heart 7-Day Challenge (Online – Begin anytime)
Wild Nature Heart Deep Seasonal Challenge (Online – Begin anytime)
Earth-Rooted Entrepreneurs Support Circle (3 Wednesdays – October 23, Nov 13, Dec 11 (On Zoom with online interaction in between calls)
Deep Belonging Interactive Course (ONLINE, Nov. 6-Dec. 18)
One-on-One Earth-Based Mentoring/Inner Wilderness Guiding and Facilitated Solo Wilderness Rite-of-Passage (Contact Ryan for FREE Discovery Call, email@example.com)
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.
I have to admit, autumn is my favorite season. But I may say that at the beginning of every season. 🙂 I wasn’t always like that, I would often resist the changing of seasons in various subtle ways inside. Perhaps it was a reflection…
How nourishing to witness and be witnessed in our difficult (and joyful) emotions in circle and ritual, cultivating earth community, and sharing ways of taking care of ourselves and engaging in empowering action.