Slow down and walk mindfully, to open to what the more-than-human world can teach us about our souls and spirits. We’ll stop to attune and feel more connected to nature
Slow down and walk mindfully, to open to what the more-than-human world can teach us about our souls and spirits. We’ll stop to attune and feel more connected to nature in ways that we don’t connect in our daily lives. We’ll wander to see what we may learn as we drop into the movement toward the end of the summer and the beginning of teshuvah.
This walk be close to the end of Av and the start of Elul, so we’ll be dropping into teshuvah on this walk. So what might the trees and earth have to say about how we approach our return process in the abounding love of Elul?
As a little background, I’m a mashpia ruchani (Jewish spiritual director) and certified forest bathing guide. I’ve done a variety of earth-based spiritual and soul work in the context of Judaism and other perspectives. I bring all of this background into the walks.
We’ll be at the lovely Corwina Park. Meet at the Corwina Park parking lot here: https://goo.gl/maps/yVX8Zrxf9Qq2VD178. While I typically don’t walk far at all on these, we’ll walk in about a mile on this trail to get to the places where we’ll slow down and do the mindful practices.
If your heart moves you, I ask for an $18 donation (or some multiple of 18) as parnassa for this work. Thanks.
Please feel free to contact me with questions.
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