Deep Ecocolgy with John Seed

Human identity exists at the intersection of the ancient cycles of air, water and soil. In spite of the pervasive illusion of separation, in reality no separation is possible between nature and ourselves. By acknowledging our interconnectedness we invite the spontaneous healing of the psyche. Using personal sharing, experiential deep ecology and creative exercises, we dissolve the separation between person and planet. Vision and empowerment arise naturally from realigning ourselves with the living Earth.

The Workshop runs for a full weekend between 10am and 5pm on both days with contributions of vegetarian food and drink welcome. Cost: $240 waged / $140 concession, including lunch, tea and coffee. Participation both days is recommended for the benefit of the group.

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Applications welcome until all places are filled. Then a reserve list will be made.  Places are limited to a maximum of 20.

All proceeds to the Katkari tree nursery project in Maharashtra, India.

John SeedJohn Seed is an author, songwriter, bard, filmmaker, lecturer, activist and the founder of the Rainforest Information Centre. 
For 25 years John has written and lectured extensively on deep ecology, conducting Council of All Beings and other re-earthing workshops world-wide. With Joanna Macy, Pat Flemming and Arne Naess he co-authored Thinking Like a Mountain: Towards a Council of All Beings, translated into ten languages and published world-wide. In 1995 John was awarded the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for services to conservation and the environment.

Want to know more? Watch John comment on his work in this short video>>