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Edge of the Wild 2016 is the 5th annual gathering of people with a passion for ecopsychology.

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2016 conference 'Heartlands'

With 'Heartlands' we aim to move beyond egoic and abstract claims to knowledge, to the longer histories of how people and cultures sprout from the land. Since our internal landscapes reflect our relationships with the environment, our theme speaks to a sensuous and participatory knowing, engaging 'my nature’, ‘my soulscape', and 'my body the earth'.
'Heartlands' then is an opportunity to share in diverse and poignant land-stories, tend the graves of our ecological ancestors and return to our roots.

It is also a call for a vital conversation about how we ensure the gathering remains connected to the earth and the interrelationships that sustain it. Currently the gathering is not organised ecologically, but as a product to be consumed. Our opportunity then is to renew our gathering with good heart as the precursor to an emerging paradigm.

Keynote speakers:

Hilary Prentice

Colin Campbell

More details and booking: http://ecopsychologygathering.org/2016-GatheringEcopsychology is concerned with the emotional, psychological, political and spiritual interrelationship between humans and the more-than-human world.

Bringing together a rich diversity of perspectives from across the ecopsychology movement in a setting of natural beauty, the gathering seeks to promote and support a more respectful and harmonious connection with the other-than-human.

Location: Green & Away, Worcestershire, UK

Why do people come?

The Edge of the Wild gathering is the place to:

  • Meet with like-minded people
  • Reflect on your practice and discover new ways of working
  • Deepen your awareness of the other-than-human
  • Bring your questions, challenges and heartache
  • Connect with the ecopsychology community