Monthly Archives: July 2014

Immersion 31, July 19, 2014. Spring dreams.

It is snowing as I write this, large flakes, gentle and quiet. I watch as one flake moves through the air and joins others on the surface of an outside table. That each one of these flakes is unique is … Continue reading

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Plant Directed Learning – Nasturtium Tropaeolum majus

In June, I was in Massachusetts, US, at Tonya Lemos’ Blazing Star School facilitating a two day ‘Plant Immersion, Incubation and Inspiration’ workshop. A beautiful situation, Beavers, Moose, Bats, Groundhogs, Woodlands. Each one of these workshops that I run has … Continue reading

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Immersion 29, July 3rd, 2014. Home

Wow! “Seems as though I often start with this” This has been a day of changing light. It is cold, 3 deg C. The fire is burning 24/24 to keep this place warm. The mountain snowline is creeping lower. I … Continue reading

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