Thank you for your continued interest in Mindfulness of Nature and for the all the comments and reflections you share on the blog – which are always greatly appreciated and inspiring.
Every day, I feel more and more passionate about this vital need for open, compassionate, brave and honest re-connection with ourselves, each other and the rest of the natural world. These social, cultural, environmental and political times are hugely challenging for us all. I truly hope that with gentle courage, we can continue to move towards turning towards them, together, with the support of each other.
This week I’d simply like to share a few updates on summer and autumn and events and opportunities you may like to join and/or share with others who may be interested:
- A new 3 day workshop entitled “My Story, Our World” at Trigonos Retreat Centre will take place in Snowdonia on 17th – 20th July. This event, co-led with Bethan John from WildLands Creative will combine mindfulness, creativity and storytelling to explore how our relationship to, and shaping of our stories determines our individual and collective well-being – as well as our relationship to the natural world around us. More info here.
- The next “ReWilding the Mind” retreat at Trigonos Retreat Centre will take place on 27th-30th October. Following 3 successful experiences of this special retreat exploring mindful approaches reconnecting us with ourselves and the the natural world in beautiful Snowdonia, we are delighted to announce this new date for the autumn. More info here.
- The next “Mindfulness of Nature” holiday experiences abroad will take place in Austria (21st-28th September) and Cyprus (7- 12th November). More info here.
I also wanted to share that I’m extending my invitations to 1:1 sessions online or in person for those who feel they would benefit from a more personalised setting – whether you are new to Mindfulness of Nature or have already attended previous events. Bringing mindfulness of nature into our lives can support well-being, resilience, vitality, creativity, connection and belonging – all of which feel vital now more than ever. Find out about receiving 1:1 Mindfulness of Nature sessions in person or online here.
Finally, to find out about all local events in Cambridge, click here.
I look forward to seeing you all soon!