After a year of adventures, followed by a year of harvesting, reflecting, dreaming and planning....
Land in Curiosity will embark upon a year long walking journey through the British isles, starting in May, 2019.
A journey exploring ways of being in the world, deeply embedded in nature connection, community, and self directed learning.
The year will be loosely structured, following the seasons, living with the land, and open to the spontaneity of the landscape and communities encountered.
Practicing the ancient art of living in community, whilst drawing upon contemporary frameworks for a changing world.
Asking the questions that feel important to the world we live in, giving time and structure to the practice and art of learning.
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Daily movement, rhythm & embodiment.
Encountering people, animals, plants and their stories along the way.
Discovering the landscape and stories of the British Isles.
Holding questions around learning.
Listening to birds.
Walking in community, growing friendships, playing, talking.
Walking in silence - introspection.
Map reading and finding the way for the group.
Self Directed Learning:
Diving into explorations and curiosities.
Following learning passions and sparks.
Finding structure and accountability with a committed group.
Rooting in and commitment to learning everyday.
Sharing and running workshops.
Inspiring and being inspired.
Following the 8 shields natural learning cycle.
Learning to live in community.
Playing Games, telling stories, singing songs.
Exploring group dynamics, conflict resolution, and decision making.
Learn facilitation skills.
Questioning and dismantling dominant structures.
Taking part in ceremony and ritual.
Giving and receiving feedback.
Finding out how we show up in community.
Basic Earth Skills:
Building confidence and resourcefulness living outdoors.
Learn foraging & fire making.
Practising Map reading.
Meeting the ever changing conditions of the natural world.
Nature Based Practices:
Bird language and sit spots.
Playing nature games.
Living with cycles and seasons.
Noticing, paying attention and listening.
Exploring how fear shows up,.
Creating art and poetry
Regular group sharing.