• Being in Nature, Cultural Repair, and Being Human Ep: 62

  • Aug 6 2020
  • Length: 33 mins
  • Podcast
  • Summary

  • Lynn Trotta and Catherine meander down the nature path. They discuss the importance of cultural repair, being in nature and connecting with others, the earth, and ourselves.
    Even a 5-10 minute practice of being present simply sitting outside and engaging all of your senses can restore your calm and re-center you.
    We aren’t robots. We aren’t designed for constant doing. Taking time to BE ensured you’re more productive throughout your day.
    About Lynn Trotta -
    Lynn Trotta is a certified life-coach and nature-based mentor. Her mission is to guide empathic lightworkers, out of the overwhelm and into peace and connection, by building a meaningful relationship with nature, ceremonies, and advocacy. 
    After getting a degree in Biology, she dove headfirst into studying mentoring and cultural repair with a variety of teachers and elders. Lynn said good-bye to the usual career path and co-founded the Sagefire Institute with her husband, in 2005. She is now a Nature-Based Life Coach and leads transformational experiences.
    To learn more about your host, Catherine Avery: 
    To connect with Catherine: http://bit.ly/SchedCallPBD 
    Show more Show less

What listeners say about Being in Nature, Cultural Repair, and Being Human Ep: 62

Average Customer Ratings

Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.