Re-Wilding Our Mind & Spirit

restoration of natural free spirit within and around us ...  next session Sunday 29th May 2022

about this afternoon session

With a ‘rewilding’ title we may first think about letting part of our gardens go back to nature, go back to being wild. The wonderful community of ‘We Are the Ark’ encouraged by Mary Reynolds has beautifully popularized this. If we live in gardenless apartments, then we may encourage our local councils to not be so manicuring on public green spaces and let the biodiversity there have it’s freedom.

This ‘Nature Folklore’ session goes more intimately into changes we may need to accomplish within ourselves first. We may love the current ‘rewilding concepts’ but our inner culture and mindset remains on a ‘neat and tidy’ quest so any rewilding we do may be a sort of ‘test the waters’ approach.

So through this ‘Nature Folklore’ sessions we will explore, with some reference to folklore, how our living can be less control motivated, more adaptive and us feeling less stress and more aware from being so. 

Where is that middle point between being an ‘influencer’ and ‘disciple’?

How can what seems like ‘chaos’ actually become our longed for journey ‘home’?  

Of course some ‘We Are The Ark’ style tips will be included in this session too.  

What are your visions and experiences of rewilding, inside and around you? Please sshare your stories and poems connected to all realms of re-wilding. Do contact me so we can share them on this Sunday?

And there will be a questions and response session too.

Suggested Itinerary ...

2:00 online live stream event  broadcasted through FacebookYouTubeTwitter
3:00 suggest you contemplate the content broadcasted within your favourite natural sanctuary.
4:00 social sharing and conversation time wherever you are, within your local Covid restrictions.

Please donate a small subscription to Nature Folklore Sessions & also get my developing Nature Folklore course in return ...

This is how these Nature Folklore broadcast sessions are funded as I pay monthly media subscriptions to host this service. Thank you for your kind support.

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Subscriber Benefits ...

1) Access to my 'Nature Folklore' course.

This is more than just folklore tales, but suggestions of how to use these folklore stories and images for colourful meaningful inspiration, mapping, and decision making through our lives. Presented to transform personal uncertainty and longing into creativity and contentment. 

2) Become a 'Friends Of Carrowcrory' member, which entitles you to book to visit and use our Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens, back open April 2022, and opportunity to chat about the Nature Folklore course. 

Visiting Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens? ...

This is currently on hold due to the Corona-virus situation, sorting out insurance, and maintenance work, but we look forward to opening up for visitors here for Sunday afternoons again, but I cannot see this happening until 24th April 2022. This will be sharing the next 'Tree Sanctuary Uncurling' sessions online at 2pm on that day.

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