So excited to bring to you this wonderful woodland journey just at the turn of May so that you may work through those issues that have clouded you over the first quarter of this year. Solitude is brilliant for meditation, but have you ever experienced a mindfulness meditation with others? in a group? Be sure to be enthralled in this small circle of like minded souls who also know to answer the call to drench themselves in extraordinary Mother Earth energy as they step into the first weekend of May.
Please arrive 10.45am for an 11.00am start.
Meet at the entrance to the car park of the University of Durham Botanic Gardens, Hollinside Lane, Durham City.
Please wear suitable footwear.
We commence by welcome and introduction as we all set our intention for the month ahead. Mindful of our energy before we embark upon the walk in the ambience of the woodland area, amass with bluebells and birdlife. If we are really lucky, we may see deer, a fox, or peacocks. I wonder which of your animal guides make themselves known to you during our walking meditation?
You should all receive a huge boost of healing and great benefit in the walking meditation and silent observation of your own breath, thought, and feelings, whilst in a awakened state, mindful of the inspiration that will flow through you and uplift your energy vibration.
We shall share and support as we speak ‘our journeys’ in the closing circle. Then ground your energy before departing.
The walk is gentle, will be meditative, non-rushed, non-pressured and will be at a slow pace, with intervals of connecting in stillness to the earth energy natural healing.
There is a café within the entrance of the Botanic Gardens and toilet facilities for anyone who plans to stay afterwards..
Investment : £10 per person
Please note: Bluebells are a protected ‘natural species’.
In the United Kingdom, H. non-scripta is a protected species under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Landowners are prohibited from removing common bluebells on their land for sale and it is a criminal offence to remove the bulbs of wild common bluebells.
Species: H. non-scripta