Our connection to nature is an essential element of our humanity and so as we spend more and more of our lives interacting with technology, we must ask what nature means, why we need it, and how reclaiming our place in the natural world might help us be more fully human.
America's most acclaimed outdoorsman, renowned tracker, best-selling author and founder of Tracker School in this custom made Tracking and Awareness intensive over 6 days.
In these classes the student will learn the many healing techniques used by Grandfather as well as all of the other Spiritual and Temple foundations that are so necessary to leading the life of a healer and visionary.
A talk for The Henley Club on the science and art of connecting with nature.
A Keynote Address at the Spiritual Care Australia National Conference
The Bush Tannery and Nature's Apprentice present 'Fur N' Fish' – A Weekend Immersion in the Traditional Craft of Leather Making (Tanning). From learning all the basic tools you will need,...
In conversation with Claire Dunn, Rebecca Wildbear will discuss the connection
between our particular genius and the most potent seeds for cultural renaissance.
To participate in The Great Turning, we need to gather all the resources, wisdom and support we can to sustain ourselves and our visions for new ways of doing and being.
In conversation with Claire Dunn, Brian Stafford will discuss what is missing from most cultural, psychotherapeutic, and spiritual conversations and practices.
Spirituality is increasingly accepted as integral to human psychology, vital for physical and mental health. This training sets out what spirituality is as a line of intelligence, the values it represents and how it contributes to mental health and well-being.
This workshop traces the history of the separation between humans and nature and considers how reconnecting with the natural can provide a vital path to emotional health.
Spending time outdoors does not necessarily equate to deep nature connection. How can we facilitate profound reconnection to nature, and each other, even in the suburbs?