Ecology, Spirit, and Action

Join Us Live and Online in Conversation on July 26

Registration is now open for our July 26 live online video Conservation Conversation with Dr. Susan Eirich, How Connecting with an Animal Can Help Us Heal the Earth.

This month, we will be going deeper into one of the key questions we explored during our May and June Conversations:

When we connect with non-human species, we have the opportunity to integrate their unique intelligences and wisdoms into our journey forward. How can the intelligence of a wild animal be used to help us live sustainably and heal the Earth? What can we do in our daily life? In this conversation, we will share what we are doing to achieve this.

Earthfire community members have been thrilled by this global conversation. “I loved the open, calm, respectful turn-taking that happened throughout—a great mirror of the connection with the animals,” said one participant. “I feel it is SO important and I loved the different input from different people,” said another.

This third in our series of online video discussions with Susan and members of the worldwide Earthfire community takes place Wednesday, July 26, at 6pm Mountain time (5pm Pacific; 8pm Eastern). Registration is free, but space is limited.

Ecology, Spirit, and Action

“How Connecting with An Animal Can Help Us Heal the Earth” Continued

We continued our in-depth, heartfelt conversation from May, contemplating some key questions that arose in the previous conversation:

• When we say, “all life is sacred,” what does it mean for how we live?

• How do we connect with animals and nature?  What is our story?

• How can we support each other on our journey to healing our connection with wildlife and nature?

View this Heartfelt Community Experience here:

Ecology, Spirit, and Action

Ecological Identity and Our Personal Journeys

Regardless of whether we live in the city or deep in the country, regardless of if we work outdoors or inside, we each have an ecological identity which forms the basis of how we see ourselves in relation to the world around us. These identities were formed and are nurtured by many influences and create the fabric of how we interact with this earth and its inhabitants. Join our staff for this seminar exploring the formation of ecological identity, the ways it manifests in our lives, and how we can continue to develop and deepen our personal sense of our ecological selves in relation to the wild animals of our communities.

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