Connection is our birthright. Connection to self, to earth, and community.
While the world is speeding up, there is another movement inviting us to slow down, to sink our roots deep into the red dirt and the rainforests, to remember our place in the family of things, to remember who we really are.
When we apprentice ourselves to nature, to the wilds both inside and outside of us, we can awaken into our full potential, our senses alive, our visions and passions on fire.
Now is the time. For as we Rewild ourselves, so too do we Rewild the planet.
The memoir of a journey of self-discovery and healing while living in the bush for a year learning wilderness survival skills.
Helping you dive more deeply into your life, connecting to your essence, and bringing alive your unique gifts.
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The old ways are new again for the many now seeking to (re)learn the skills, practices and mindsets of our ancestors – everything from our food to footwear.
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About ten years I found Soulcraft by Bill Plotkin in my letterbox. Opening to the first chapter I felt relief flood my system as he described with exactness the impulse I was feeling to dive deeply into the mysteries of soul and wild nature. Rather than a pathology, this is a vital phase of...
If my life were a long walk down a river, I could look over my shoulder and see a string of stepping stones rising up out of the water, stretching back to the headwaters. Some are large boulders that I rested on for a time, others small rocks that nonetheless gave me vital foothold on the journey downstream. All of them leading me to the point at which I now stand.
I’m excited to announce that Malcolm Ringwalt of the Earth Heart Institute of Vision and Healing is confirmed to visit Australia in November this year, to offer two profound courses that may change your life the way they did mine.
I've just returned from holding space for thirteen courageous people who walked solo into the bush at first light one morning carrying not much more than water and a sleeping bag, to sit in a small circle, fasting, praying and dancing for four days and four nights.
Nature makes you happy. I don’t need to tell you that. But what is less understood is what happens if you walk a little further down the trail. Lingering longer and oftentimes alone in wild places you may find yourself stumbling into a grove of grief; deep, unexpected and potentially disorientating.
'Rewilding' is an invitation for us to inhabit our bodies, and this ancient continent, without apology; to sink our roots deep into the red dirt and the rainforests, healing ourselves as we heal the land.