40£ for the day

at the Pig Shed, near Stowmarket, Suffolk

8th February / 27th March / 5th June 2020

10.30am - 5.30pm

max 6 people

Each group focuses on a particular aspect of our circle of Self in the Medicine Wheel, unfolding the cycle of life, following its rhythm and energy along the seasons that weave the year.

These groups are independent one from another. You can book only one of them or several. With ethical ground rules they are confidential, non-judgmental and secure environments to share our experiences.

Directions will be provided on booking. The Pig Shed is situated in the countryside, 5mn by car or taxi from Stowmarket train station. Car park available.

Saturday 8th February 2020

Growth has started underground and days are already longer. As new roots spread down into the soil, this push helps a new life rising up. The qualities of the quiet and silent outdoor landscape help us to find the new balance of this inner dance. What do I need in order to trust what is at work in the unseen and uncertainty of this time of year ? We will work from the North and its connection to the West and South of our circle.

Friday 27th March 2020

Spring is a meeting. The inner and outdoor landscape meet. Potentialities become possibilities as the growing light kindles a new flow of life to extend into the world. What do I choose to kindle in my circle of Self ? What do I let appear into the world and what remains hidden ? We will work from the South of our circle, looking at how we flow into and with our environment.

Friday 5th June 2020

At this time of the year, we can contemplate the generosity of Nature, the beauty of the blossom, and the abundance of the new fruits. What about my ability to receive, taking in and enjoy ? Can I see and contemplate the beauty of my own circle ? We will work from the North and explore how we value and cherish what we have grown and who we are.

Growing our awareness and working with the Medicine Wheel show us our connectedness and interdependence with the larger whole of Nature as a source of knowledge and self-discovery.