Wed, 25 Nov | Webinar via Zoom

Creating a Local Wheel of the Year - for Regenerative Farmers

Julie Brett presents how we can connect with the sacred landscape and the stories of our diverse landscapes. An introductory workshop on creating a wheel of the year for those working with regenerative farming practices. Hosted by Gem Green from Creating Resilience.
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Creating a Local Wheel of the Year - for Regenerative Farmers

Time & Location

25 Nov 2020, 10:00 am – 11:00 am AEDT
Webinar via Zoom

About the Event

In this workshop, hosted by Gemma Green (Creating Resilience), Julie Brett will present and lead a discussion on the wheel of the year, it’s adaptation to unique environments, helping participants to understand how they can develop one for their own local area. Wheels of the year help us not only to understand the unique cycles of the seasons, plants and animals, but also help us to align ourselves with the stories they represent, finding greater peace and inspiration within ourselves. In this introductory workshop, Julie will explore with us how we can learn to read nature symbolism and map it out over a year through creating nature diaries and making personal reflections, finding a deeper connection and understanding of the land each of us lives on. At the end of this workshop you will have an idea of how to go forward in creating a wheel of the year for your own area to help you find a deeper connection with the sacred landscape around you.

Recording: a video of this talk will be available to registered guests for one month after the event, so you don't need to be there for the live feed if you can't make it. 

About Julie:

Julie Brett is the author of ‘Australian Druidry: Connecting with the Sacred Landscape’. Druidry is a nature-based spiritual practice inspired by what is known of the ancient Celtic Druids. In Australian Druidry, Julie explains how the practice of Druidry can be adapted to the Australian landscape with its unique plants, animals, seasons, spirits and sacred places. Julie is also the founder of the Druids Down Under Facebook group that provides an online community space for various Australian Druid orders and individuals exploring what it means to practice this spirituality in our southern land. Julie is also the artist behind Forest Spirit Jewelry through which she creates spiritual amulets with magical intentions using semi-precious stones and crystals for Earth connection and personal wellbeing.

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