Honoring Our Animal Relations
a weekend intensive with Daniel Foor
Saturday-Sunday, May 16-17
Henry Coe State Park, 9100 E Dunne Avenue, Morgan Hill
$200 includes meals and camping
Our lives depend intimately on the sacrifices of our animal kin. Their bodies provide food, medicine, and ecological stability, and they are also soulful relatives and sources of spiritual guidance, healing, and companionship.
Participants can expect to spend a weekend on the land in ritual space with heart-centered community learning new skills for honoring the beautiful and diverse spirits whose bodies are animals. A bit of prior experience with earth ceremony is helpful for this gathering as is willingness to work personal growth and empowerment edges.
Location is Henry Coe State Park in the far South Bay (near Morgan Hill, Coyote Creek Watershed). Henry Coe is an excellent place to commune with animal kin including Badger, Tule Elk, Wild Pigs, Mountain Lion, Yellow-Billed Magpie, Golden Eagle, Kingsnake, and hundreds of other mammal, reptile, amphibian, bird, and invertebrate relatives.
Decent physical condition is important (up to two miles hiking each day). Cost is $200, some flexibility (includes three healthy meals and campsite reservations). We’ll gather 10:00AM Saturday through 4:30PM Sunday, and participants are requested to join for the full weekend. Spaces are limited and preregistration requested. For questions or to register contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-248-8917.