Through Goethe’s Eyes: In Relationship with Art and Nature through  Goethe’s Ways of Seeing with Mary Attwood and Dr Louise Livingstone – online weekend immersive – Friday 4th, Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th October 2024 – £120

Through Goethe’s Eyes: In Relationship with Art and Nature through Goethe’s Ways of Seeing with Mary Attwood and Dr Louise Livingstone – online weekend immersive – Friday 4th, Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th October 2024 – £120

Through Goethe’s Eyes:  In Relationship with Art and Nature through  Goethe’s Ways of Seeing  With Mary Attwood, MA, and Dr Louise Livingstone An online weekend immersive Friday 4th – Sunday 6th October 2024 £120 As the Wheel of the Year turns once more and the...
iRewild in Motion – Reconnect to the Natural World – 6 week course starting 2nd February 2022 – 7pm-8pm (UK time) – via Zoom – £44 full course with certification

iRewild in Motion – Reconnect to the Natural World – 6 week course starting 2nd February 2022 – 7pm-8pm (UK time) – via Zoom – £44 full course with certification

An exciting collaboration between the Centre for Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred and iRewild. This course aims to support and improve your health and wellbeing in deep connection with nature, while at the same time increasing your love for learning about nature as you freely walk, explore, and reconnect with the natural world.

The Ancient Stones are Speaking: An Imaginal Journey to a Sacred Site with Dr Louise Livingstone – Sunday 20th February 2022 – 3:00pm-5:00pm (UK Time) – via Zoom

The world is always in conversation with us; showing itself to us in its fullest living expression in every moment through vibrant images. In these rapidly changing times, how can we better engage with the dynamic, yet subtle, gestures of our planet and the more-than-human world that have so much to teach us? Such approaches towards us from the world are often missed through a purely head/mind-based rational worldview. In this session, we will take an imaginal journey to a sacred site on the Maltese island of Gozo through our organ of imaginal perception – the heart.

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