Wed 3/3/21 - 8:00 am to Wed 3/3/21 - 5:00 pm
In this workshop Mac will guide a process that takes us deep inside the felt experience of returning home to relationship, connection and belonging.
Together we will form a council of enquiry and to this we will bring our stories, questions, dreams, grief and hopes. As we deepen into the process we will consider the deeper implications of carrying the children’s fire and we will have the opportunity to take a pledge that could profoundly change everything thereafter.
We will spend time outside in nature, make fire in the old way, and deepen what it means to walk the invisible path as a fire carrier. There will be laughter and joyfulness, sadness and tears, companionship and wonderment – all things that help us deepen our humanity.
Mac Macartney is an international speaker, writer and change-maker and contributes to many diverse organisations and communities.
He has established a portfolio of enterprises both in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors, including Embercombe, a valley on the edge of Dartmoor National Park which seeks to explore and promote the profound regeneration of land, society, and people.
In 2013 he was presented with the Enlightened Society Award by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, and in 2015 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Education for his work in service to the community by Plymouth University. He has delivered four compelling TEDx talks.
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