Whatever your intentions are for engaging with The Practice of the Wild, it is likely that the following explorations will support your experience:
To know ourselves as nature means to be embodied – how do you experience yourself? What is your body language communicating?
How much of your own sensual experience is available to you? What is the atmosphere or feel of you? What parts of you might be out of reach or out of your own awareness?
How do you habitually relate to others? How do you receive them and how do you balance receptivity and openness with your own boundary needs? How do you experience, or not, your sense of interconnectedness, of vitality and of belonging?
In what ways do you get inspired and supported by the world around you? How could these habits be deepened and widened?
What stories, experiences and traumas need to be remembered in order for change to take place?
Ruth’s approach is always relational – responding to what each person brings. This ensures aliveness, spontaneity, flow and presence and always within a safe and confidential holding.