Category: English nature

Getting lost in a forest

Getting lost in a forest evokes fear that is tangible and real, but it also brings a sense of freedom, potential for adventure and exploration. It brings in hope into being that the right path will be found sooner or later. We all need… Continue Reading “Getting lost in a forest”

Memories in the snow

I woke up from a dream of being back in my Siberian land. Dreams that take me there are always set in winter. Most of my childhood and youth’s significant events happened in winter and amidst snow and remain the most memorable to this… Continue Reading “Memories in the snow”

Healing Earth

Today I took my sobbing heart to dig some earth With each forward motion I felt my pain release into her rich and warm body I played and felt and digged and squashed the black softness of her flesh in my hands I caught… Continue Reading “Healing Earth”

Coming back to yourself – identity and spirit

As a psychotherapist and a transpersonal approach practitioner the aim of my work with clients is to facilitate making ‘whole’ and help clients get back to themselves, get back ‘home’. This time of year brings me closer to my roots, to my ancestors of… Continue Reading “Coming back to yourself – identity and spirit”

Summer and exposure

As summer energy begins to spread through the land in its blooming attire we have an opportunity to come out, lay bare, expose. Summer is a time for outer expression, exploring potential and examining inner and outer in its full spectrum. As nature steps… Continue Reading “Summer and exposure”

Forest overdose

Images: Epping forest copyright RawPagan An interesting memory was triggered within me accompanied by a powerful experience when having been out in the forest all day on a workshop I felt extremely unwell. I began feeling it was too much half way through the… Continue Reading “Forest overdose”

My sacred woodland

Across the road from my house there lies a woodland. It is a short pleasant walk into what is a sacred place to me. At first sight it might seem like nothing particularly special, big or of any significance, yet to me it means everything.… Continue Reading “My sacred woodland”