Following on from the mini-workshop about ritual in Ecotherapy, Harriet will speak more about what ritual can be for us as individuals and ecotherapy practitioners, with specific emphasis on the work of our time; facing and working through current social, ecological and spiritual chaos.
What could an altar look and feel like to us as beings within the biosphere? How do we discern what it means to have an altar at all: what are we bringing into our sacred space and why?
This workshop consciously invites in the deeper aspects of sacred Earth work to our consciousness, and invites us to ask more challenging questions in a safe group setting about what important work we can undertake through Altar space and ritual.
Harriet Sams: is a prehistoric archaeologist, ecotherapist, ancestral connector, yoga teacher, ritual celebrant and eco-Druid. Harriet heard the voice of the goddess when a young child, and became an archaeologist in order to connect deeply to the Earth and to listen to the land in the UK. She has led a life fully immersed in Earth-based wisdom and eco-druidry, and, since many transformative, expansive experiences, has dedicated her work to holding space for those who also feel the call of the Earth. The dominant paradigm is shifting, and what is needed most now is a strong network of connected souls, awake and listening to the voice of the Earth. Harriet guides and facilitates authentic connection to the land, so that we can truly listen, and become ambassadors for Earth wisdom. She offers online workshops, yoga practice, eco-listening, and celebrancy, and is currently initiating a rewilding and ecotherapy project in France. She occasionally writes articles for magazines and her own blog www.nwyfre.com Harriet holds an MA in European Civilisation and an MSc (post graduate) in Green Economy.
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This course can be taken as part of the Ten Directions training in Ecotherapy (2 hours)