A group to help us deepen connection with ourselves, the earth and the mysteries of life.
Modern life has tended to ignore our reciprocal relationship with the natural world. As a result we have largely forgotten the interconnection of all life and how to live in harmony with ourselves, each other and the environment.
This exploratory group will give us the opportunity to come together in parks and woods in and around Bristol, to pause, to listen and to deepen our relationship with the wider natural world and to see what emerges from the well of ancient knowledge available to us.
This group will meet fortnightly for 6 sessions from 9 May until 18 July; from 6pm – 8 pm on Mondays.
Cost: £100. Concessionary rate available
Roger Philpott: From bird watching as a child to holidaying in the wilds of Scotland and living in the vast vistas of East Africa, I’ve always been drawn intuitively to the beauty and power of the natural world. Through retreats, nature-based training and a vision quest, I have begun to better understand the nature of this connection and am keen to explore this further in a group setting. I am a qualified teacher and counsellor. 07833918425
Sue Ryall: I have felt the tug from the land, the sky, rocks, plants, birds and animals for most of my life, finding replenishment by being in woods, fields, watching birds, listening to the wind in the trees....I have been actively involved in ecopsychology over the past 10 years: undertaking training and running groups to strengthen people’s connection with the land. I have been a psychotherapist for 30 years (UKCP reg). 0117 921 1147
Phone or email Sue or Roger to hear more about this group