June 21 we will be doing another bushwalk at Deep Creek Reserve, in Elanora Heights (Narrabeen).
Betsy Faen will be introducing the walk with a short talk on opening the senses and becoming more attuned to the environment while walking in silence.
John Seed will be joining us and adding two or three short experiential deep ecology processes along our walk – exercises that help dispel the illusion of separation between ourselves and the rest of the natural world.
MEET: At the car park at the dog exercise area at Deep Creek (off the Wakehurst Pkwy just east of the little bridge on the left, going towards Narrabeen).
TIME: 9:45 for 10am start. The walk will take about an hour to get to our lunch spot, on the rocks by the waterfall. We’ll spend some time there, then another hour or less to get back. We should be back by 3pm.
BRING: Lunch, walking shoes, lunch, water. Optional dana (generosity practice).
Children who are happy with silence are welcome. The walk is fairly easy, with some climbing. It can be muddy in parts.
In case of rain it may be cancelled, but light rain may be ok. Call Betsy on 0403 871 605 if unsure. Email betsy if you are planning to come: firstname.lastname@example.org