Turn your attention to the wild and rediscover your connection with nature through this captivating lecture. Walt Whitman once wrote, ‘I think I could turn and live with the animals… they bring me tokens of myself.’ In today’s fast-paced world, we often forget that we are not separate from the Earth and its rich tapestry of life. We are deeply intertwined with it, and this lecture will help you rekindle that essential connection.
In a world that rushes by, take a moment to learn the art of deep attention. Discover how our existence is woven into the fabric of nature, and embark on a journey to unlock the boundless wilderness within. This lecture delves into the roots of our shared existence, exploring the intricate relationship between humanity and nature.
We’ve forgotten our biological and psychological ties to the Earth and all living things, and this lecture offers a unique perspective – bridging biology and poetry to emphasise our inextricable link to the land and all its creatures. It’s a passionate reminder that we must not be the architects of our own undoing.
If you are eager to rediscover the tokens, wild traits, and values that we may have lost in the chaos of modern life, join Ian Macallum on a journey to rewild your imagination and realign with nature. Explore these wild values within yourself, learn to embody them… and fiercely protect them! It’s time to reconnect with the world that has always been a part of us.