Once upon a time, when words began to vanish, blessings and spellbooks brought them back.
Enchantments, songs, exquisit illustrations, words and poetry, are here to reconnect with nature.
Heart, head and hara-centered connections for agility!
Some simple but not simplistic resources centering ourselves in the ever-present uncertainty, volatility and ambiguity around all.
Regenerative, restorative and transformative containers.
We are in need of so many of these.
The Collective Trauma Summit is an outstanding example. It is on now. It is global. It is a mass movement to healing. It is free.
We are shifting to re-recognize our deep interconnections with the world around us.
This is not new and can be held lightly, not dis-acknowledging science but going beyond current limitations.
Intergenerationally, Walt Whitman does this beautifully. Explore the conscious connections with Walt and enjoy!
Our world is changing. Our thinking patterns are shifting. To answer our pressing emergencies and, fortuitously, engaging in this brings an aliveness like nothing else.
We’re a worldwide civilisation now and can consciously engage in creating thriving, just, sustainable futures for everyone. Yet, sometimes, this seems like a very lonely path…
We hope this site helps us all accelerate positive shifts. Amplification, re-storying and sharing awe…
We are in and of our world.
In this enklavene breath in the immensity, sagas in landscapes and ourselves, with Walt Whitman.
What widens us, asks Walt Whitman as wonders, sights and sounds roll off his writing into me.
This enklavene is the seas and water all around us, our approach to the oceans and the spaces these resonate within us.
“In your heart may there be a sanctuary”
This enklavene is from the clarity of spring, birth and the stillness it brings.
Joanna Macy on five gifts from uncertainty for aliveness and flourishing.
Presence, Courage and intention, Awareness, Solidarity. And the Immensity of time.
Wild edges, small islands, the middle of the North Atlantic. These are places where we melt, become timeless, spaces beyond interpenetrate us.
A short trip over Rannoch Moor down to Kinlochleven then across the sea to Skye.
Scotland has its wild surprises. Some in poetry and pictures.
For friends, family and life everywhere. Hold our breaths with Ane Brun and Robert Louis Stevenson. Land, light, song-poems and storm reflections.
It’s rainbow season in the north. The rains are washing the skies, crystal clarity emerges from deluges. That does not mean the wildness and storms are passed. Read on as Emily Dickinson explains…
Transfigure your mind
for your arrival in the new dawn
“Hasten slowly” said Augustus. Oh, this is hard. To imagine what can be created, to hold back, to act; to engage means delving into both despair and hope. That’s where we’re challenged to see the powerful in what we do which is always minimal and micro. Feeling adequate in the face of manifest inadequacy. Weaving together the pieces that hasten, slowly and steadily, benevolution.