Dreams of Nature, Health, and a Balanced Life
Human health is fundamentally tied to the health and wellbeing of the natural ecosystems in which we live, yet we all face challenges in acting on our interconnection. We believe that womxn’s* dreams offer deep wisdom for living well and coming back into balance with nature.
Womxn’s Dreams: Nature, Health and a Balanced Life is a transdisciplinary project that explores visions, stories, and experiences of human and planetary healing in the context of environmental upheaval.
Based on our passion for connecting people with nature to facilitate interdependence in health and wellbeing, we call for a Mutual Reawakening of humans and sentient creation. We work with the intent to collect and amplify the work of womxn who are creating cultures of Mutual Reawakening for self, community, and environment.
Our overall goal is to inspire others to imagine anew our human ways of living, such that we activate a vision for transformative action that could occur through myriad unimagined pathways.
*We are committed to a vision of sisterhood that is intersectional, expansive and non-binary.
Dr. Sara Warber discusses nature’s “bio-psycho-social-spiritual” benefits, for people and society.
An invitation to honor and reflect on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day
It starts with love and ends with Earth Day . . .
“At least we gave them this . . .”
Acknowledging our partnership with the often-ignored plant-life around us.
I see a benevolent anarchy, an improvised socialism, that softens the entrenched political stances that keep people from seeing each other’s humanity.
Celebrating the little-known woman climate scientist, Eunice Foote.
The interconnection between humans and environmental health in a pandemic.
At 8 pm I stepped outside my front door and started clapping. Alone. On an empty street.
Under over under | Woven tattered woven | Hope despair hope
My hidden motive was to have them notice and appreciate nature surrounding them as they sketched.
Making space to practice for the new worlds we might live into.