Here’s what you can expect during our Gratitude Nature Walk:
Mindful Exploration: We will embark on a gentle walk through the serene and untouched beauty of nature. Along the way, I encourage you to be present and observe the intricate wonders of the natural world.
Gratitude Practices: I will offer you invitations into practices designed to deepen your appreciation for the environment. By acknowledging the gifts of nature, we hope to cultivate a sense of gratitude that can be transformative.
Way of Council: During the walk, we will gather to share our noticings. At our final gatherings will explore how the practices of gratitude can subvert the dominant industrial paradigm that often leads to environmental degradation and overconsumption.
Connection and Inspiration: You’ll have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for preserving our planet and exploring alternative ways of living that honor nature.
We’ll begin with fully arriving in the forest and grounding our connection with nature. We will then slowly share in invitations to experience the forest intentionally and reciprocally. We will even enjoy some tea under the trees and have plenty of time to just be still and notice our noticing.
These walks are always slow and easy-going, not a hike; not naturalist tour of plants or trees.
Walk length: 1.5 hours; please wear comfortable, sturdy shoes for walking outdoors. Bring whatever else you require to feel comfortable.
Participants will be asked to silence and pocket their phones, so let folks know you will be unavailable for a couple of hours.
All participants of Wildwood Wisdom activities are personally responsible for their own fitness, safety and welfare and must be equipped accordingly.
A minimum of three participants is required for a walk to take place. If the minimum registrations do not happen, registered guests will receive a full refund.