Mindfulness of Nature

Workshops & retreats in the UK

My Story, Our World

Trigonos Retreat Centre, Snowdonia, Wales

1st – 4th March 2020 

Cost: From 360 GBP

Storytelling makes us human. Our narratives shape our personal and collective experiences, and impact and influence the world around us. Stories can connect and inspire. And they can divide and destroy. It is how we relate to them, and shape them, that ultimately determines our individual and collective well-being – as well as our relationship to the environment we share with other species.

This process of shaping and telling our own stories can not only support our own well-being but also has huge power to inspire action for creating a more inclusive and sustainable world.

At a time where the daily narratives of unregulated growth and consumption drive environmental destruction and social inequality, we need to change the stories we live by to change the world. So, what’s your story?

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‘ReWilding the Mind’ weekend retreat

Trigonos Retreat Centre, Snowdonia, Wales

10 – 13th May 2020 

Cost: From 350 GBP

Following on from a successful spring “ReWilding the Mind” retreat launched in May 2018, and 3 follow-up retreats in spring and autumn 2018 and 2019, this retreat will give participants an opportunity to reconnect with themselves and with the natural world in the spectacular yet comfortable surroundings of Trigonos, North Wales. The experience will take participants on both inner and outer journeys that explore – through the practice of mindfulness and meditation – the inner quiet that allows us to perceive and appreciate the natural world more fully. We will further explore – through mindfulness practice, discussion and through walks in the spectacular Dyffryn Nantlle – the concept of ReWilding the environment and the self as an approach to conserving and healing the natural world, as well as cultivating a more direct experience with nature.

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To read my blog about the previous “ReWilding the Mind” retreat (May 2018), click here.