The Silent Reverence Walk

March 9, 2014

  • Nature is always lovely, invincible, glad, whatever is done and suffered by her creatures. All scars she heals, whether in rocks or water or sky or hearts.  ~  John Muir

On Saturday, March 22nd, join special guest, Karen Diane Knowles, and I for a deeply restorative afternoon immersed in nature as we walk in silence in the Sunol Regional Wilderness.

I have been a daily walker for twenty five years and know the power and multitude of benefits of a daily walking practice.

I believe that we need to engage with nature regularly in order to connect with our bodies, our inner voice, and with the heart of the Earth.

This will be a small, intimate gathering that will include an Opening and Closing Circle, journal writing, making offerings to the land, listening for wisdom in response to a personal life question, and deep communion with the Sunol wilderness.

The Silent Reverence Walk…the perfect practice to restore balance and overall well-being! Register here for directions and complete details.

We can’t wait to journey with you!

 

 

Karen Diane Knowles, M.A. is an instructor, interpreter, animal advocate, and occasional author and editor. Her life’s mission is to inspire compassionate curiosity and respectful regard for our animal kin; to motivate healthful interspecies relations; and, by doing so, to make the world a better place for nonhuman animals, human animals, and the planet we all share. Karen is a sign language interpreter in private practice, and an adjunct professor at JFKU where she teaches about the human-animal relationship, nonhuman consciousness, and interspecies relations.

 

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