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Seasonal Newsletter emailed with the code for a free self-guided Applied Ecopsychology practice and details on how you can guide yourself and friends with the activity. Consistantanty participating in nature-reconnecting practices deepens our ecological receptiveness, awareness and embodiment of self as part of our whole living world.
Greensong Kinship Facebook page operates for us to share images, experiences with nature, reflections, and enjoy connecting with like-minded people to help validate our experiences, deepen perspectives and insights.
Free and/or code discounted sessions, events and workshops via the Greensong Kinship FB group, newsletter or website.
Free Greensong Kinfolk Gatherings online (1.5-hrs) to connect, share experiences, have time for Q & A and learn more about the Greensong Guidelines NSTP steps. (See the closed Kinfolk Fb group, seasonal newsletter or website for current events)
Invitation to a community connections network following any SOS session for community building, peer to peer support and resources.
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Reiki (AE) sessions for your referred friends and family
$50 Tune-up Reiki with Applied Ecopsychology (AE) session (60 mins) after an initial reiki
S.O.S Sustainability of Self
If you would also like to receive occasional SOS emails, please register your interest HERE
S.O.S Sustainability of Self as a whole living organism is focused on transitioning climate grief and anxiety and connecting with Nature for support and stability.
The FREE seasonal practices engage with the Natural Systems Thinking Process (NSTP) and the 54 Natural Senses and sensitivities....
The Greensong Guidelines in ecopsychology practices are a portion of the NSTP steps formulated by Dr. Michael Cohen of Project NatureConnect. Following them assists us to tune-in, become more receptive and mindful as we explore multi-sensing and receptive relationships.
The 54 Natural Senses are an essential part of this practice also. They open up a whole deep world that is always there that we often have not explored in detail before. More...