Cultivating Intimacy with Nature

Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Time: 6:00PM - 7:45PM

Instructor: Erin McKeever

Location: Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery

Space still available.  Please register at the class.

Indigenous peoples often express their relationship with plants is the primary way they receive their medicine, not through trial and error. Yet, the western view of consciousness as existing predominantly in the brain has disconnected us from our capacity to perceive through the 'felt sense’ where this level of relationship resides. This limited view has left an enormous gap in how we inter-relate with the natural world and, therefore, the deeper wisdom she has to offer.

Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a cushion or back-jack to sit on. Both indoor and outdoor spaces will be used for exploration and practice. Extra layers for changes in temperature are advised.

Instructor

Image of Erin McKeeverErin McKeever, M.A. has been studying, practicing and teaching in the fields of spirituality, psychology, plant spirit wisdom and elemental essences, embodied movement, felt sense intelligence, vibrational healing, and meditation for over 20 years. Her integrative, light-hearted approach facilitates revelatory shifts in perception and energy patterns to support expanded states of awareness and transformation. She has traveled extensively throughout the world exploring spiritual and earth wisdom practices and the impact they have on our sense of belonging, depth of well being, and capacity to create mutually sustainable relationships with the natural world.

For more information about Erin's work, visit her website | contact her by email or call (310) 463-5089

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