The Art of Living Wild is a six week journey into what it means to embody one’s wild feminine nature. It is a journey for those who are interested in living an authentic life; a life that is rooted deeply in nature and in the soul.
Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes, author of Women Who Run With the Wolves, writes:
Where does wild woman live? At the bottom of the well, in the headwaters, in the ether before time. She lives in the tear and in the ocean. She lives in the cambria of trees, which pings as it grows. She is from the future and from the beginning of time.
The wild woman, that is the say, all that is natural, wild and free, is found within every women on this earth. Wild woman is never far away, but it can be easy to forget about her. We forget about her when we put ourselves last, when we say no to the hike, when we hide in the corner and when we no longer remember what it feels like to dance.
In this course, we’ll be asking four questions:
When did we stop singing?
When did we stop dancing?
When did we stop telling stories?
When did we forget to embrace stillness?
When we can address these questions, we start to reclaim wild woman. We start to give ourselves the gift of honoring our soul’s calling, instead of letting all the other things that beckon to us overshadow our deepest desires.
Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?
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