Tansley Woods Community Centre
1996 Itabashi Way, (Off Upper Middle, near Walker’s Line)
What would you think and feel if you saw a wolf, a slug, a snake or “weeds”? As we grew up, we were so continuously inundated with myths, fairy tales, arbitrary decisions, biases, boasts and fears that what we learned unknowingly became our truth. What if it wasn’t the truth?
Sahlaa takes you through a process to revisit and re-examine society’s stories to become aware of those you trustingly took on that got in the way of establishing a relationship with nature. As you uncover these disconnecting thoughts, opinions and tales for what they are, you discover how to let go of them. When you relinquish everything you thought you knew about nature and feel the safety and freedom this release brings, what do think you will see when you look at a mosquito, a spider, a whale or a lion?
To explore that, you are guided to take a fresh, grounded look at animals and plants to receive them fully and see the whole of them for who they really are and what they are actually doing. Seeing so openly without fear, leads to a fresh new perspective of nature that allows deep understanding and true connection to become possible.