Thoreau summed it up best when he said, "We NEED the tonic of the wild". Far from a simple romantic notion, this is the understatement of the century. Our physical, mental and emotional well being, and that of the global consciousness depends upon it. In the colder, darker months, it's easy to lapse into eating poorly, exercising less, feeling depressed, staying indoors and getting sick. The notion of "bad weather" is a human construct that further emphasizes our disconnect from the seasonal cycles, and an over reliance on creature comforts. Once a month we will gather outside for 2 and a half hours, to unplug from technology and reconnect with the Earth, and ourselves. We'll listen to the land, learn how to ground ourselves, sip hot nourishing herbal teas, allow ourselves to re-sync with the rhythms of the natural world, wildcraft, unlearn, explore the topic of resilience, observe, participate in Earth based ceremony, journal and just BE. There will be a balance between group activity and alone time. Starts on November 15th, the new moon and ends March 21st, Spring Equinox. Limited to 10 people. Sacred Circle. $25 suggested donation per month. Email email@example.com
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