Event Details

  • When: Friday, 21 April 2017

    Tickets: £8.00 (£6.00 concessions)

    For more information, please contact Susan Raven by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. www.susanraven.com

Communicating and Co-creating with the Intelligence in Nature - Talk

Communicating and Co-creating with the Intelligence in Nature - Talk

A talk by Susan Raven on Friday 21st April 2017, starting at 8.00pm.

There is a dynamic and infinitely wise community of nature beings waiting for an intelligent, loving and co-creative relationship with humanity, but in order for this relationship to thrive, we need to truly open our hearts to them and widen our imagination to accommodate the wisdom they have to offer. Everything we think, say and do is like a summons to these invisible beings; if we create an atmosphere of deep reverence within us and around us, they will begin to collaborate with us and help us to navigate our way out of the environmental crisis we find ourselves in today.

Our part in this restoration is to learn how to communicate and co-operate once more with the Soul of the Earth and her invisible architects and artisans. To do this we need to awaken the dormant human organs of perception that we all possess, and to widen our imagination to accommodate and decipher the data we perceive and receive.

In this talk Susan will be exploring the theme of co-creation, with special emphasis on the effects of human thoughts and emotions on the elemental kingdom. She will also be recounting her experiences with the elemental kingdom in her homeland of mid-Wales.


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Susan Raven is a long-time student of anthroposophy. She regularly gives talks and workshops around Britain and Ireland, and her book 'Nature Spirits: The Remembrance'* has received many warm and enthusiastic reviews. Susan is also a singer-songwriter and has released two albums. Her songs have been played on BBC Radio Wales and many other regional stations.


*Published by Clairview Books