Fundamentals of Nature Communication
with Saskia von Diest, PhD
Tuesday 18th April 2023 – 6:30pm – 8:00pm (UK Time) via Zoom – £10
Join Saskia in learning about the fundamentals of Ecofluency, as the science, art, and magic of two-way communication with the rest of Nature.
Ecofluency is only one modern name for this way of communicating that exists beyond all languages, and the principles of Nature communication are the same, whether you choose to converse with small plants or towering trees, tiny insects or large mammals, clods of compost or constellations of stars. Ecofluency offers an opportunity to reclaim the power of this skill as our birth-right, which many of us have forgotten how to use, or even that it exists.
Humans are Nature, and so all of us can communicate with the rest of Nature using a wider range of senses and awareness than what many modern humans use, irrespective of spiritual or religious belief system. By reawakening this ancient ability, we can gain access to the deeper knowledge and wisdom of Nature that is not often available to our everyday human minds, like our ancestors did, and many modern indigenous cultures still do. Nature communication can be a critical skill for empowering physical, mental and emotional vitality, to grow beyond resilience into a dynamic state of thriving.
On a practical level, communicating with Nature helps us make more holistic and efficient decisions in all aspects of our lives: growing food, choosing a place to live, understanding the behaviour of wild or domestic animals, creating rituals and ceremonies for inspiration and abundance, expanding your professional work in ecological alignment, or healing traumas to grow spiritually and become whole.
Saskia will share some stories of her own experiences of how Nature communication has helped her and her clients achieve this, and how it offers a key to unlocking greater joy and harmony in our relationships with ourselves, other humans, and the rest of Nature. Human existence with other species depends on dialogue with them, as they call on us to co-evolve and create our future in true alignment with Nature. The world is waiting – join the conversation!
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Saskia von Diest, PhD is the founder of Ecofluency, as well as consultant, educator, facilitator, researcher and activist in the field of Nature communication. Attending an animal communication workshop 10 years ago, during her PhD in Plant Pathology, sparked her interest in investigating intuitive farming, i.e. how farmers use intuitive communication with nature to inform their practical management decisions. Throughout her postdoctoral years, she attended many workshops and courses in different countries, to train and develop her own understanding and practice in communication with trees, animals, land, nature spirits and ancestors. She’s trained as a facilitator in Family Constellations, and in the Way of the Warrior Healer with the co-founders of Plant Consciousness.
In 2021, she founded Ecofluency, an organisation that offers consulting, facilitation, teaching and coaching in Nature communication, and promotes other human voices in this field. With 14 years of experience in teaching and facilitating through various forms and in many countries, her passion is creating opportunities for others to have their own experience of communicating with non-human Nature, and develop that for their own and the collective benefit.
Read more about Saskia and Ecofluency on her website, https://www.ecofluency.org