06. March 2017 · 2 comments · Categories: Blog

Welcome to the new look and direction of my work and new name … Wild Heart Woman. This is more a refinement, though,  than a completely new one. As many of you will know, I’ve a great love of wild places, and in one of my past roles, I guided people to wild and beautiful places in Tasmania and Western Australia.

Now this work has come home again and is part of my work here, initially through internal journeys of connection with the instinctual nature, and with the natural world. The vision is to also hold groups and programs in wild places.

So many of us are deprived of nature connection, and many have lost touch with our own natural rhythms. So part of my work now is in this re-connection, with love, with our own natures, with each other, and with the natural world.

I’ve recorded a video that speaks to this need for us to honour our natural rhythms. I hope you enjoy it and find it nourishing. As always, I love to hear back from you, so look forward to any comments you’d like to leave on the post, or via email.

I invite you to subscribe to my You-tube channel for more videos along this theme.

Work with me

I am taking enrollments for the online Wild Heart Program. If you’d like to know more, ask any questions and find out whether it’s for you, simply contact me here with a short message and we’ll sort out a 30 minute intro session. It’s free.
With love,

Lure

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2 Comments

  1. Different concepts of the seasons, based on different latitudes—it’s so interesting to hear about the 6 seasons area of Australia. Here in NZ in the temperate zone the 4 seasons model makes sense and has surprising similarities with the month by month Maori practices around the seasons.

    As you say, it’s important to find our own rhythms, and listen to our bodies. Thanks Lure.
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