“When you begin to recognise the intelligence in nature and our invisible connection to it, you realise that you are never alone. Life and spirit flows through all things, but first you must lift the veil of illusion that has kept you from seeing, feeling and knowing for so long. Switching back on, tuning back […]Read More Rewild your Christmas!
Forest bathing is gaining popularity in recent times as it has become more widely discussed in mainstream media. But what is forest bathing? Forest bathing originated in Japan where it is known as Shinrin Yoku. It was established in 1982 by the forest agency in response to the increasing levels of stress and anxiety suffered by the […]Read More Forest Bathing ~ Shinrin Yoku
I have just spent a week with a group of my rewilding apprentices. It is their second year working with me as when their rewilding apprenticeship came to a close last autumn they opted to continue with their personal rewilding work, taking it further, taking it deeper. I held space while they each spent dawn to […]Read More Weaving Wildness
I have been brewing a wormwood (Artemesia absinthium) tincture for some weeks now and so just before the weekend, when I went to Oxfordshire to lead a total of six Wild Medicine Walks at Wilderness Festival, I strained off the mixture and bottled up the tincture. Wormwood is a super fragrant plant and to me […]Read More Wormwood Tincture Recipe & A Good Story 😉
Years ago, when I first set up my website, it was to sell Ejuva herbal cleansing products here in the UK. The intention was that it would provide me with a little income while I apprenticed under Stephen Harrod Buhner for a year in New Mexico. As I completed my apprenticeship and arrived in San […]Read More Full Body Cleanse
I have just made a hawthorn blossom and rose oxymel. It was so easy to make I thought I would share the recipe with you. Firstly I got my liquid ready; for an oxymel this is a combination of apple cider vinegar and honey. I always choose organic apple cider vinegar, preferably live so it […]Read More A Spring Blossom Oxymel
So I have been a bit quiet recently, but I have been productive! The result is that a new full colour edition of my 2009 title The Medicine Garden is now available! I am really pleased with it. There are some really wonderful photos of the plants featured taken by Stephen Studd. The cover art and internal illustrations created by Wendy […]Read More Wild Medicine, Rewilding & other Sacred Matters…