Resonance Events and Pilgrimage Walks
These events were due to take place around the Country to celebrate Earth Day's 50th birthday.
** Covid 19 update **
Due to the current social distancing and lock down situation in the UK,
we are not sure when these events will be able to take place. Dates tbc
Liz is beginning the Pilgrimage walks in her local area
and offering sessions online via zoom.
She hopes that you can join her there and that this will be of support to you during these challenging times of self isolation in the current
Corona virus Pandemic.
Once we are up and running again we hope to offer Resonance Pilgrimage events around the UK
For either a whole day or a weekend ( 2 days)
The weekend events :
Day 1- Creating the container:
An experiential day of creative based practices using The Work That Reconnects spiral
-infused with song, movement and nature tending ceremony.
With grief and gratitude held at the heart of the process, we will explore our thoughts and feelings through a variety of creative practices in preparation for the Pilgrimage.
Day 2- Nature Immersion :
We will gather outdoors and walk from one place to another with mindful walking, soul full song,
drumming, movement and nature tending ceremony.
As part of the journey we will make a 'grief cairn' to all we have lost and a
'nest of gratitude' - both as heart full creative offerings to the land and to all species.
We will gather in areas of natural beauty and on ancient sacred sites where possible.
Would you like to help organise and co host one in your area?
Or get involved in contributing as a community leader, artist or facilitator?
We invite artists, singers, movers, performers, community choirs, musicians, story tellers,
and poets to bring your creative gifts to the Pilgrimage events.
Several events are being planned already and will be taking place at stone circles,
on beaches, in ancient woodland and near burial chambers.
We will be keeping you updated here as dates and sites are
being confirmed this Spring.
Each event is held with the intention of nature tending.
To re-member ourselves as a people through reconnecting to our innate human nature,
through nature tending healing arts.
At the heart of the experience are two aspects: Grief and Gratitude.
Grief - our collective grieving for the lost species and the destruction of life currently happening.
Gratitude-cultivating our collective gratitude and deep love for all life.
Each event is an act of great love in action and will be a deep exploration of
creative reciprocity in practice- giving and receiving- humans and non humans.
For the land and from the land.
We hope that you can join us as we focus on co creating a regenerative and restorative
culture for the sake of our future generations.
Being the change we want to see in the world - starting in our local communities.
In loving memory of Polly Higgins.
**Polly was one of the main inspirations for this initiative
It came to Liz as an idea in a meeting with Polly, Clare and Gail in Sept 2018 in Stroud.