We welcome new and seasoned meditators seeking to connect their practice directly to Nature consciousness.
We define Nature Consciousness as the state of consciousness and awareness embodied by Animals, Plants, the land, and many human traditions. At times, we use sentience and consciousness interchangeably because sentience is a more common term. There is, however, a difference. Sentience generally focuses on mental and emotional states, while consciousness describes a deeper, synoptic state unencumbered by thoughts and ego. This Spring we will be offering training in Nature Mindfulness with teaching and guided meditations which include topics related our e-blog Mariposa Reflections.
You can also listen into our Being Sanctuary podcast. This podcast was created by Lauren Bailey and The Kerulos Center for Non-violence to provide a common space of gathering and support for like-minded and like-hearted individuals. Being Sanctuary is intended to help guide us to health, dignity and peace for all life, human and non-humans. The podcast consists of ten sessions led by Lauren Bailey. Each session focuses on one of The 10 Principles of Being Sanctuary, which are grounded and inspired by the practice of nonviolence.