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The admin team of this website do not use or pass on any personal data (name, email) provided by members at the point of application. The admin team (five of us) have access to members’ emails address. Personal email addresses are not visible…


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Uploading photos

Here are some clear instructions on how to replace blue flower wth your own photo:

1) Go to 'Settings' on top right hand corner of any page (NB don't go into 'photos' as this will upload your own mugshot into the place for communal photos!)

2) Click on 'browse' button beside photo - this will give you access the files on your computer 

3) Click on your photo of choice - the name of that file should then appear in the box beside 'browse'

4) Click on 'save' - which…


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We're all aware in this group that we are facing a climate emergency. We are also aware that most of humanity are in a state of climate trauma and denial.My focus is addressing the question:...what does it take to help trigger a radical…Continue

Tags: consciousness, shifting

Started by Michael Wolff in General Jan 2.

ANFT Forest Therapy Guide Training Scholarships 3 Replies

Hi, training in a new modality is often a great investment in terms of time and money. Last year I undertook the ANFT Forest Therapy Guide training, an 8 day immersion followed by a mentored 6 month practicum. It was one of the best decisions I’ve…Continue

Started by Amanda Bond in General. Last reply by Ross Newman Dec 31, 2019.

Eco-anxiety therapy 3 Replies

Hello,I am a new member of this group and was wondering if any of you knew any eco-anxiety group therapy or therapists?Continue

Started by yzzaslaoui in General. Last reply by yzzaslaoui Dec 22, 2019.

The Trembling Warrior 2 Replies

The Trembling Warrior: A Guide for the Reluctant Activist has made its way into the world. I wrote it partly to explore my own inner trembling warrior, but also to celebrate, inform and resource other reluctant activists. It's for artists, poets and…Continue

Started by Gill Coombs in General. Last reply by Gill Coombs Dec 6, 2019.


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