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Rewilding with SoulCraft
June 25, 2021 - June 27, 2021$69 – $129
Our wild minds possess astonishing resources, untapped potentials and depths that we might not even know exist until we discover how to access them, cultivate their powers, and eventually integrate them into our everyday lives. This weekend program offers an introduction to the foundations of Soulcraft, a set of nature-based tools and practices to support adults to discover and embody their unique, innate niche in the earth community. We’ll explore and engage in practices to cultivate four dimensions of human wholeness essential to becoming fully alive, generative participants in the wild reciprocity of the living world. This program is offered in a hybrid online-outdoor format to make it convenient and accessible for all. We’ll meet online in four Zoom meetings over three days, combined with time between to engage in nature-based practices outdoors near where you live.
This program is being offered through a generous scholarship through Animas Valley Institute. The sliding scale fee reflects this huge gift and discount. All proceeds go to basic expenses and the IRN. We are a fiscually sponsored 501c3 organization.
Some full and partial scholarships are available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Programs times will be for the weekend:
Fri June 25, 2.5 hrs: 5:00-6:30 pm PT / 6:00-7:30 MT / 8:00-9:30 ET
Sat June 26, 2.5 hrs: 8:30-11:00 am PT / 9:30-12:00 MT / 11:30-2:00 ET
(4.5 hours break for nature-based practice)
Sat June 26, 1.5 hrs: 3:30-5:00 pm PT / 4:30-6:00 MT / 6:30-8:00 ET
Sun June 27, 2.5 hrs: 10:30-1:00 PT / 11:30-2:00 MT / 1:30-4:00ET
Your Guide for this Program:
Gene Dilworth is dedicated to the project of rewilding the human spirit as an essential dimension of being fully human in these times. By nurturing meaningful relationships with the more-than-human world and facilitating deep inquiry into the mysterious depths of one’s true nature, he supports individuals to discover, re-member and live from the center of their soul-rooted sense of belonging to the world. Gene has been guiding groups and individuals in transformative nature-based experiences since 1986. He has taught ecopsychology and environmental studies at the university level, and has served as an academic administrator and other leadership roles in a variety of educational and environmental organizations. Gene lives near Lyons, Colorado, where he is founder of the Wild Heart Center for Nature & Psyche.