Writing from Earth's Landscapes

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Fri 03May
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Sun 05May

For changemakers, creatives, and seekers

Facilitator: Mary Reynolds Thompson

This journey roots our story in five Earth archetypes. In writing from these ancestral landscapes, our personal search for meaning becomes part of the dream of the Earth, gaining a fierce potency that awakens us to our deeper meaning and purpose. The deserts, forests, oceans and rivers, mountains, and grasslands reveal our soul’s patterns and potential. It is time for each of us to write a wilder, larger, and deeper story for our lives.

Event time: Fri 3rd May at 4:00pm - Sun 5th May at 2:00pm

At a glance

  • Write a larger, deeper, wilder story for your life
  • Write poetry, journal, spend time in nature
  • Experience the power of Earth’s landscapes

Participants will gain

  • Rewild your imagination and spark your earth-born creativity
  • Awaken to the power of Earth’s metaphors as wise guides and ancestors to your mythic journey
  • Discover a nature-based writing practice that will bring greater clarity to your life path

During the two-day course, you will root your story in five Earth archetypes. In writing from these ancestral landscapes, your personal search for meaning becomes part of the dream of the Earth, gaining a fierce potency that will awaken you to deeper meaning and purpose. You will come to see how the deserts, forests, oceans and rivers, mountains, and grasslands reveal your soul’s patterns and potential through image and metaphor.

The world of our earth-given imagination awakens us to our mythical depths. It puts us in touch with the part of us that knows exactly what we are here for.

It is time for each of us to write a wilder, larger, and deeper story for our lives.

 

Price Options

£245 Non-Residential
£285 Residential Shared
£325 Residential Single

Tickets

9 available
Deposit£100.00

Practical Information

Participants bring writing materials, outdoor clothes, footwear and significant object.
No previous writing experience required.

Please note that prices are listed per person. Residential options are fully inclusive with all meals provided. Non-residential options include suppers, lunches, and all refreshments and exclude B&B.

Mary Reynolds Thompson

Mary Reynolds Thompson is an international teacher, facilitator of poetry and journal therapy, and core faculty for the Therapeutic Writing Institute in Colorado. She is author several books, including the award-winning Reclaiming the Wild Soul: How Earth’s Landscapes Restore Us to Wholeness.

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Testimonials

“[Mary Reynolds-Thompson is] a really wonderful woman, a privilege to spend time with her. It was my first time at Hawkwood and I loved it”

The Earth and your own soul require you to live magnificently and fiercely; it is time for a new story.

–Mary Reynolds Thompson