Eco-spirituality espouses the concept that “we are all one.” Based on that concept, this interactive workshop will utilize photos of trees in various incarnations to depict human characteristics–including, but not limited to, resourcefulness, regenerativity, reliability, and resiliency—all of which encourage HOPE, which may be in short supply today!
Henry David Thoreau said “The natural world has answers to questions we’re not smart enough to ask yet.” So, together, let’s explore both questions AND answers to see if, perhaps, the trees have something to teach us.
If interested, please join Mary Eichorn, Clinical Social Worker, for a day to explore the wisdom found in nature and reflect on the wisdom inherent in our own souls. Weather and time permitting, there may be some time out of doors. Please dress accordingly.
When: Saturday, November 3, 2018 (new date)
What time: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 pm. (bring lunch with you or eat out during break)
Cost: $30 per person (all workshop materials included; payment accepted at the door)
Where: Center for Spiritual Wisdom @ Elk Haven Wellness Center
100 Elks Club Road
Registration (required): Call (828) 577-8168 or email Rob Field at email@example.com