Street Wisdom

Street Wisdom is a way of connecting to your own internal guidance through finding inspiration and creative answers to problems that you might be chewing over from the street where you live! (Or at least the town!). It may be you are seeking answers about a challenge in your working life, a relationship crossroads, a creative block or just a choice you need to figure out- we humans are great at creating issues out of our need to understand and control our way forward!

It is a three hour experience, that has been designed to fit easily into a morning or afternoon, weekday or weekend that comprises of three parts- Tune, Ask and Share.

It is in three parts:

Tune- Here is where I guide you to tune up your senses so you can pick up far richer information from your environment than you would normally.

Ask- You ask the question and see what shows up- a modern day urban vision quest that may consist of hidden messages being revealed, chance meetings or unexpected discoveries. An hour to connect with your own wisdom through the medium of the Street.

Share- Gather and share what happened and what you learned.

For public events organised at a time and a place by me it is completely free of charge.

If you would like me to come to your area and hold a private event for your organisation, party, friends group or a one to one session to include coaching around your thinking/insights and how to turn them into action please contact me to discuss.

A proportion of any fees will always be donated to Street Wisdom.

Street Wisdom is a non-profit venture conceived by social artist David pearl (Pearl Group) and Chris Barez-Brown (Upping Your Elvis).

What the media are saying about it-

http://www.yogamagazine.com/street-wisdom/

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/feb/07/go-for-walk-discover-meaning-life

Click here on the link to read my experience-

Thought you might like to hear about my experience of a Street Wisdom walk to help you understand  more about it.

Read about it on Street Wisdom’s website-  http://www.streetwisdom.org/wise-wanders-in-the-west-country/