Meaning in Nature
Step out of the office, away from your screen and join like-minded people in nature round a fire to find insight and meaning for work and life on this powerful medicine walk
Friday 17th November 2pm to 5.30pm - Stanmer Park, Brighton
Step out of the office, away from your screen and join like-minds round a fire to find insight and meaning in nature.
Starting with a facilitated discussion and some peer-to-peer sharing round the fire, you’ll then spend time walking and wandering, soaking up the land and the trees, in conversation with natural world.
This is also known as a medicine walk: a powerful ceremony that turns the land into a reflection of what's going on inside you - you can use it to show you a very different perspective, and to find answers to your life questions.
Returning to the fire, you’ll tell the story of your walk, and we’ll use reflective listening to help you gain insight into your journey, helping you discover wisdom and meaning around a theme in your life - personal or business.
The learning and insight that comes from this walk in nature comes from the experiences and reflections that you have there, and this can give you a useful perspective on the challenges of a dynamic and volatile world.
There is a growing body of research highlighting the benefits of nature – confirming what we have always known – consciously or unconsciously.
Put simply, nature is expansive and relaxing, offering the perfect conditions for our minds and our psyches to find creative solutions to our questions.
Often the insight and awareness are preceded by a letting go of the problem or concern.
So let go of the worries and concerns of daily life, leave all of the noise and distraction of full inboxes behind, breathe deep, and listen to your instincts, be curious, and make some discoveries.
"The most impactful thing I've done" Toby
Cost: Early Bird £45/person, Standard tickets £55/person.
Meaning in Nature is facilitated by Nigel Berman:
Nigel says "I love sitting round a fire in the woods and supporting people to find insight in nature. I have a passion for the outdoors, nature connection and ecology, and School of the Wild is my way of doing something to help fix the broken relationship between people and the planet."