At a glance
- The principles of Deep Ecology and Eco-psychology – nature, human nature and the interconnectedness of life.
- Personal and collective myths and the role of human consciousness in the ecological process.
Participants will gain
- Explore the potential of ritual as a creative tool for personal and collective growth
- Deepen their connection and sense of belonging to the web of life
When we transcend the myth of separation and embrace our role within the ecological system, we enrich our human experience and contribute to a more sustainable future.
The Wheel of the Year
In this series of workshops, aligned with the four Celtic fire festivals, we will explore the symbiotic processes operating within the local environment. We will consider the living and non-living components of the ecosystem and the flow of energy within and between them. We will acknowledge the cyclic nature of life and the phase of growth represented by each festival. Using a range of practices, including solo time in nature, we will seek to connect with the energy of the season. Exploring how the seasonal cycle reflects our own journey and enables us to move forwards inspired and replenished.
In this second workshop, we will seek to align ourselves with the energy of Beltane – a time of fertility and sensuality. We will connect with and celebrate ourselves as sensuous physical beings opening to our creative potential. Using the power of co-created ritual, we will strengthen and affirm our commitment to personal growth and planetary wellbeing.
Participants can attend one or more of the four workshops, each is self-contained and reflects the unique qualities of the season.