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This episode is a companion to the Winter Wander in Wonder Walks. It is an invitation to more BEing & less DOing. It is a reminder that we are a part of the natural world and not apart from it. It is a call to action to notice what you notice and move on. This is a very casual conversation.
Being in nature is a clear reflection and can offer the support, clarity, and guidance we desire. Wandering in wonder opens portals without judgement. We see and hear the beauty and peace of the natural world, while witnessing its violence from destructive weather to the dance of predator and prey.
Theresa & Sherry move away from recording on Zoom, to walk with listeners down the Delaware Towpath where they were scouting the location for their then upcoming Winter Wander in Wonder Walks.
The hosts invite the natural world in, while doing their best not to disrupt it too much. They're outside walking so the sound may be a little different and you may catch a bird song or two along the way.
On the formal walk (which was a couple of weeks before this episode dropped), wanderers were greeted by a Blue Heron sitting on a tree limb, ducks creating ripples in still waters, birds calling and singing, a red fox scurrying in the side woods, families of deer prancing in and around the water, and so much more.
Magic is not supernatural, it is perfectly natural (and often in your own back yard).
No sources were cited in this episode, but Theresa mentions Lichen. For those unfamiliar with it, here is a link: Lichen
Our Amazing Team:
Judith George - Editor (video & audio)
Keith Kenny - Music
Cindy Fatsis - Photography