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eNotes May 2016

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Coming up on 8th June: Our Second EarthSong Sabbath Day

We are moving into a shift in energy on our planet which is breaking apart the old patterns of separating and splitting the mind, the body and the spirit. Instead, these three entities are coming back together again. Join us to explore this shift.

Wednesday 8th June 2016, 10:00am – 3:00pm at Kildara Centre (rear 39 Stanhope St Malvern). $15. Bookings essential: email or call 8359 0107.

If you’re busy on the 8th June,  don’t worry! Our final EarthSong Sabbath Day will take place on the 12th October, so make sure to put the date in your diary!

Reconnecting with Nature through poetry: Poetrees

In this urban labyrinth of concrete towers, asphalt and exhaust, we sometimes find ourselves scarily disconnected from the natural world, forgetting that as human beings, we are simply a part of Nature and her wonders. Poetrees helps each of us to reconnect with Nature by capturing our thoughts about the trees that are special to us in poems, and sharing them with the wider community. Click here to watch a beautiful video about what Poetrees is all about, or upload a poem about your favourite tree by visiting the Poetrees website!

2016 Programs

EarthSong’s programs for 2016 are now available. As always, we are offering a broad range of seminars, reflection days, nature walks, reading circles and retreats throughout the year. Everyone is welcome to attend any one of our programs, which seek to foster a deepened, more meaningful, relationship with the earth and wider universe. We emphasise reflection, appreciation for the beauty of nature and exploration of the greater mysteries.

Click here to view our 2016 program brochure. Register for any of our programs through this form.

Our Journal goes digital!

We are excited to announce that our biannual journal is now available in digital and print form. Please click here if you would like to subscribe to the journal or purchase a previous edition.

EarthSong is now on Facebook!

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