One of the most compelling ways to connect and commune with the land we call home is to establish a relationship with the landscape. To slow down and tune into one place…listening, witnessing, and opening to the luminous points where currents intertwine and life emerges.
Spring is a beautiful time to be with the ever shifting landscape of Minnehaha. Week by week the raging waterfall and rapids begin to settle while migratory birds rest temporarily on their flight north. Swamp milkweed follows the first of the skunk cabbage, while ephemeral blooms come and go across the forest floor in brief, yet perceptible moments of time.
For years I have delighted in this glorious showcase of life and invite you to join me in opening your hearts to this land and all the beings that live, grow, and thrive within this landscape!
Every Monday, 12-1pm
(UPDATE: I am exploring a new job opportunity which means I can no longer make it to the park at this time. Although powerful to explore communally, I encourage each of you to continue finding your place and revisiting often. I will do the same!)
*Stay for as little or long as you are able - bring a lunch - this time is yours…to connect with the land, body to body, and commune with the greater web of life of which we are a part!
Minnehaha Falls Regional Park
*We will meet at the pavilion above the falls at noon to ground and connect with one another. Our first gathering will include a walk to the Mississippi to come into contact with the environment and tune into one place that speaks to our heart. Regardless of how often you have been to the park, I invite you to sense and feel as if with new eyes. Allow your heart to guide you to one place ~ you will return to this spot week after week to commune with it’s pulse and the beings that live and thrive there. Stay for as little or as long as you are able, returning to the falls at 1pm (if desired) to share with the group what was noticed, sensed, or experienced while we collectively witness the multitude of ways life reveals itself through Place.
These sessions are FREE and open to all community members who are interested in gathering with the intention of knowing place - body to body - and weaving the threads of interconnection with this land we call home.