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
So here we are, another new year, with plenty of good intentions, resolutions even. What are you planning for the coming year? What would you like to change in your life right now? After a fortnight of family time, parties with friends, meals out, treats and drinks I for one intend to eat a bit […]Read More New Year, New You!!
Solstice greetings to one and all! Today, the shortest day, the longest night, a moment of pause before the sun makes it’s return and warms our bones once more. There has been much darkness this year, much fear has grown and been fed by worldwide political situations. Anger, and hatred even, has been awoken and fed […]Read More Winter Solstice 2016 ~ Remember Yourself as Gaia
So the temperature outside is crispy cold and the sky is bright blue, the leaves are in the midst of changing from green through yellow, red and russet. I love this time of year. As the leaves begin to drop and create their crispy brown litter all around I too find myself shedding much of […]Read More This Years Learnings, Mulching & Feeding Me Like Fallen Leaves…
I was first introduced to the wonders of turmeric by a friend of mine several years ago. She suffers from rheumatoid arthritis and had begun to use it on a daily basis finding it relieved her condition. She recommended that I try making golden milk where you first make a paste with black pepper that […]Read More Tumeric & Black Pepper Oil
I love summer! It gives me the opportunity to get outside more, to go camping, to explore and discover. I also usually make it to the odd festival or two. Festivals, luckily, are often sited in great locations with rolling hills, rich hedgerows and ancient trees peppering the landscape. A few weekends ago I was at just such a […]Read More The Love & Loss of Ancient Trees
This post is the third and final guest post from one of the guest tutors on the rewilding apprenticeship I am running this summer. This entry is from the lovely Brigit Strawbridge. I first met Brigit a short while after she wrote a fabulous review for my first book The Medicine Garden back in early 2010. Brigit […]Read More “Bee”sotted with Bees