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Living in discombobulating times

Living in discombobulating times

I’ve only recently come to recognise the reason behind my feelings of discombobulation (meaning disoriented and befuddled) in observing the dire state of the world. It’s a persistent, uncomfortable feeling that I think many, many people experience. This blog is my...

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Energetic connection is our inherent birthright

Energetic connection is our inherent birthright

When you reflect on what it is to connect with nature, do you see this as a connection extending beyond your skin, even behind the perceptions that flow past your awareness? When you sit beneath a waterfall or hug a tree, does it ever feel as your skin boundary...

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“We must be still and still moving Into another intensity”

“We must be still and still moving Into another intensity”

It’s not that I’ve experienced trauma before as so many others have, its just that in the voyeurism of news stories I have been affected by others trauma. Having watched the survivors of the intense bushfires standing bereft by their burnt down homes, the people burnt...

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Rain’s sweet embrace

Rain’s sweet embrace

Listening to the gently pattering sounds of raindrops kissing the thousands of thirsting leaves in my dry garden, I feel an upwelling of relief and deep appreciation for this rare cleansing.  I take a deep breath and expire the remaining tension of grief and sadness...

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Healing the wounds: my encounter with an Angophora tree

Healing the wounds: my encounter with an Angophora tree

When I do my own NatureConnect I tend to just walk slowly without much of a plan. I know that I have a suite of activities up my sleeve I can choose from when the right moment arises. Given the challenge of quietening my busy mind, often filled with anxieties,...

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