Wild Nature Heart
Walking Together On An Ecospiritual Decolonial Journey
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FREE: Behind the Mask: 40 Quarantine Poems From Humboldt County
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Wild Nature Heart 7-Day Challenge – FREE
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STRANGE CURIOSITIES AT THE FESTIVAL OF SLOW SURRENDERING
Come, play, track your labyrinthine questions through the lambent turn of the season. Take the shape of the wind and alliterate your arriving with your own alluring lure.
WELCOME TO THE POLLINATION PARTY:
Feelin’ purple coneflowery and pollinated in all the best ways after just finishing the first day of co-leading a week-long Ecotherapy training in Virginia with @earthbodyinstitute. It’s the first time facilitating a multi-day event since pre-covid, so feels yummy to be in-person together with the luscious land. Such a fantastic, wise, grounded group. Turns out we are more than just heads on Zoom.
🌀PLAYGROUND OF BELOVED MONSTERS
Practice becoming fluent in relinquishing our unconscious commitments to the inherited prisons of others’ imaginations. What if we really allowed ourselves the erotic vitality of inhabiting our own imaginations and living our visions into the world?
“We were not meant to live shallow lives, pocked by meaningless routines and the secondary satisfactions of happy hour. We are the inheritors of an amazing lineage, rippling with memories of life lived intimately with bison and gazelle, raven and the night sky. We are designed to encounter this life with amazement and wonder, not resignation and endurance. This is at the very heart of our grief and sorrow. The dream of full-throated living, woven into our very being, has often been forgotten and neglected, replaced by a societal fiction of productivity and material gain. No wonder we seek distractions. Every sorrow we carry extends from the absence of what we require to stay engaged in this one wild and precious life". —FRANCIS WELLER
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