Photo by Irina Iriser
What is your priority in these turbulent times?
What do you need to let go?
Each of us has chosen to be an agent of change to co-create a sustainable future for our children and future generations. We each have different perspectives and different practises. So we need to prioritise and focus our work, which means letting go of other activities.
In this council, inside of the context of this autumnal season, we want to explore both individually and collectively:
• What can be harvested and what can be let go of?
• What future flowering are we preparing for?
• Can we move from a model of concern to one of inspired action?
Theresa Sansome will guide us through a format that is a blend of her Future Self Now practice and the fundamental council structure of deep listening, speaking from the heart, and observing the children’s fire.
“Autumn is at once symbolic of plenty, ripening, harvest, and abundance; and, at the same time, a symbol of decay, decline, old age, and even death, with associations of things being past their prime.”
So we invite you to participate in the Autumn Wisdom Council to look at:
What is there to celebrate in the world and in our own experience? (ripening, harvest)
What can we let go of? What was perhaps relevant in the past that no longer serves the future we are sensing? (decay, decline, old age etc.)
How can we ‘prepare the ground’ for the new shoots in Spring? (mulching of leaves in the ground)