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Where in the world?

Where in the world?

Sharing the transformative power of nature-based spirituality at Harvard Divinity School’s ‘Rewilding Spirituality’ presentation, then immerse yourself in inclusivity and healing with ‘Forest Bathing for LGBTQ+ People and Allies’ at GATE 2024 in Latvia.

A journey to share my wild love for the world

A journey to share my wild love for the world

Ahead of me is a month of travel for the calling I’ve been been working so hard to manifest in the world. Now the seeds I’ve planted are blooming in spectacular color and I get to share my wild love for the world with a lot of curious and creative folx.

Embracing the Sacred Earth: A Guide to Observing the Liturgical Season of Creation

Embracing the Sacred Earth: A Guide to Observing the Liturgical Season of Creation

Explore the profound significance of the Liturgical Season of Creation and discover how it can rekindle your connection to the natural world and the divine presence within it.. Understand the season’s themes and learn how to bring its essence to your faith community, fostering spiritual awakening, ecological renewal, and a deepened appreciation for the sacredness of our natural world.

5 Ways to Welcome Spring

5 Ways to Welcome Spring

In the northern hemisphere, the Earth is beginning to awaken from her winter slumber. As we approach the threshold of the spring equinox, we are reminded of the cyclical nature of life and the importance of honoring the changing seasons. Here are five invitations to honor this time of renewal and growth.

What is Wild Church?

What is Wild Church?

Wildwood Wisdom gathers on the first Sunday of each month for Sacred Sundays, an expression of...

EcoSpiritual Leaders Course

EcoSpiritual Leaders Course

We will engage our minds, bodies, and spirits in explorations of ideas and practices aligned with EcoSpirituality. We will move through four sections — Gratitude & Grief, Forest Bathing, EcoSpiritual Practices, and Creation Care.

All bodies are sacred

All bodies are sacred

A generative critique of capitalism is an essential strand in my forthcoming book Wildwood Wisdom...

Back to School and Back to Nature

Back to School and Back to Nature

Healthy teachers are the foundation for healthy classrooms. How can a walk in the woods increase faculty and staff well-being and resilience within an educational setting? How can forest and nature therapy help mitigate the stressful demands of the classroom?

A Guide’s Harvest

A Guide’s Harvest

I began my journey as a nature therapy guide long before I found the Association of Nature and...

Unplugging In, With and For Nature

Unplugging In, With and For Nature

We are not apart from nature, we are a part of nature. When we experience and embody our interdependence with the more-than-human world, we recognize the opportunity to partner with creation to work toward environmental justice for all.

3 minutes of forest bathing

3 minutes of forest bathing

I wonder what it would be like for you to silence the distractions around you and sit still, noticing your breathing, while watching 3 minutes of nature time in the Veluwe…

Don’t Meditate

Don’t Meditate

Meditation can be daunting.  Perhaps, don't meditate. Just try being still and quiet for...

Letting go of someone you love – family edition

Letting go of someone you love – family edition

There seems to be no end of wise quotes and pithy memes out there for helping someone discern if it’s time to let go of a partner. There’s an abundance of solid advice to confirm what one’s gut is telling them is true – that it is time to move on from a relationship that is no longer healthy for you.

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