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Where Was the Natural World in This Conversation?

As I sat in one windowless room after another, I held my retreat sisters and our experiences in my heart while I listened to one presentation after another explaining how to create more sustainable practices by sparking social impact, engaging employees, assessing economic impact, enhancing leadership skills, implementing better technology, issuing more thorough reports, and shifting to more renewable energy sources. Throughout the weekend I came back to one question: Where was the natural world in this conversation?
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Keeping Bees in Clover

One fine summer’s day I was outside enjoying the sun, and reading while lying on my lounge chair. Lying on my belly, with my book resting on the ground, the hum of busy bees filled my ears. With the crown of my head almost touching a lushly blooming lavender plant, I could feel the small breezes created by their wings. There were so many that I wondered if there were bees working anywhere else in the neighborhood.
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Animal Ambassadors
are calling us to ceremony!

Together we can revolutionize
how we walk on this earth.

Elephants face increasing pressure, all species of tigers are endangered, wolves are under attack, rhinos are facing extinction.

For 6-part series Listening to Zoo Animal Ambassadors, we will meet with our animal relatives for the purpose of listening, gathering up their prayers and wishes, and then joining them in shamanic ceremony to co-create positive change for all.

And because the zoo animals are ambassadors for their wild relatives, the energetic shift we create together has impact on a global scale.

The animals and I hope you will join us at this time of greatest need.

This class is available as two options:
1) Seattle area field trips
2) Virtual classes for those who are not local.

Registration deadline is November 30 for field trips, and December 6 for virtual classes.

Click here to learn more.

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