Do you feel unseen, unheard and disconnected?
Do you want to feel more aligned with yourself and the world around you?
Do you want to embrace more JOY this year?
You are invited to be part of the #RewildingChallenge this March 2020 and join other like-hearted women on their homecoming journey.
Ways to participate
Sign up via email to receive a more in depth musing on each photo prompt, as well as the occasional photography tip and a few little digital gifts!
You can simply use these photo prompts to inspire you, without sharing your photos or other creations with the world. That’s ok too =)
We relax. We become inquisitive again. We start to see miracles in every breath.
Your perspective will shift. You’ll experience the change of the season. You’ll make like-hearted friends.
You’ll remember what a miracle it is to be alive, in this human experience, with all of us.
We are of the Earth, and we have an intrinsic relationship with it. By Rewilding and Rediscovering that connection with the Earth, we open the door to allow that same connection with our inner wisdom. We create space within ourselves to Remember who we are and reignite our inner fires.
How it works
Each day there is a new photo prompt – one word that you can use as inspiration to create a picture.
You are encouraged to use each prompt as an invitation to go out into Nature, and include Her in every single photo you create. You can the post on Instagram using the hashtag #RewildingChallenge if you want to.
You may wish to take your creativity beyond the frame of your lens – journaling, using collage, painting, drawing… you really can join in however you feel called to. Do what feels good!
If you choose to sign up via email, you’ll receive a short musing from me each day with more inspiration around the photo prompt, and some little digital gifts!
Join us any time! If you miss the the beginning, that’s ok. Join in whenever you like.
Stepping outside is just the beginning. And as with all things in Nature, small incremental changes amount to huge transformation over time.
As the Oak slowly grows day by day from the Acorn.
As the Ocean slowly turns Pebbles into Sand.
It is in each micro step that change comes.