Tree Sanctuary Uncurling

Next Sunday Sessions Live -
Sunday 18th April, at 2pm Irish Time


Watch here Live! ... or watch the archive later (click pic to set reminder)

Tree Sanctuary Uncurling
our place to relax, refuel, recharge, and evolve.

I strongly feel that a personal sanctuary space is essential as a place to relax, refuel, and recharge to become a fully connecting human again. A sanctuary is where we have peace without disturbances from phones, computers, television, radio, and generally the whole human made realm on this earth.

During an earlier 'Tree Sanctuary' Sunday Session we focused on the creation and maintenance of an Outside Sanctuary, preferably a circle or some kind of surrounding of trees, but being among any chosen natural or garden environment will work for sanctuary. For some people, sanctuary may be a spot on a beach, for example.

Through this Carrowcrory Sunday Session the focus is on using and benefiting from nature connections. If weather is a concern, a shelter of wood, canvas, or gazebo makes a perfect optional additional retreat choice within our sanctuary.

Access to our sanctuary is priceless when after we have been there, we have recharged perception and our fortitude to face the 'world' again. Also essential is for our sanctuary to be a space we can trust. A space where we can firmly give yourself permission to spend time there without feeling guilty or shamed.

It may seem strange sharing encouragement of sanctuary through the digital media. The theme of this is mentoring us to switch off and get to our sanctuary instead of digital bombardment, but I trust one or two things from this session will inspire you when you do 'switch off'.

If you can offer poems and stories related to your sanctuary, to share live on this edition, please be included in this Sunday Sessions. Please message me with them.

There will be a questions and response session during this show too.

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