Maps to Connected Perception: Deep Ecology, Plant Medicine and Animism as Gateways into the Wider Body of Earth

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We are delighted to be part of The Embodiment Conference. It will be a rich opportunity to come home to your body, in our chaotic world. Many of the planet’s best teachers will be there, and it costs nothing to be a part of. It’s free to all, online, and boasts keynote speakers such as Charles Eisenstein, Philip Shepherd, Judith Blackstone, David Abram, Bayo Akamolofe and many more.

Yoga, leadership, dance, creativity, social change, intimacy, martial arts, meditation, breathwork, coaching, body therapy, anatomy, ecology and trauma are all represented! The event is unique in size, but also in how they will help you find what you’ll most love, and connect to others, using some clever new technology.

At the conference you can:

– learn about new areas of the field (they have it covered!)

– gain deep personal insights

– deepen your professional expertise

– gain dozens of practical tools for stress and trauma

– get inspired and reboot your own practice

– connect with people across the globe for support and encouragement

Get your free place, and a free embodiment book here:

‘Maps to Connected Perception: Deep Ecology, Plant Medicine and Animism as Gateways into the Wider Body of Earth’ at The Embodiment Conference, 2020 (Ecology & Research Channel).
Skye and Miraz are passionate about ecological identification, protection and regeneration. They are ‘perceptual activists’, mapping out the jagged terrain between separation and a culture of ‘interbeing’. Skye comes from a background in Taoist medicine and wildlife conservation, and Miraz used to be a corporate lawyer. They met in the Peruvian Amazon where they underwent a 5-year apprenticeship in curanderismo (the regional tradition of plant spirit medicine), while leading healing retreats. They have been lit up by the movement of Deep Ecology / The Work That Reconnects, and currently facilitate retreats and study groups to raise awareness, build resilience and keep themselves sane. They also facilitate breathwork and plant medicine intensive.”