“The evolved work is for us to be able to be in deep, deep listening about what’s in the collective field and find ourselves within that.” Jewels Wingfield
E167 – Jewels Wingfield on Community, Reciprocity and Nature Connection
Circles Of Belonging
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About this interview:
Jewels shares how she is bringing alive her inspiring vision that teaches us to thrive in our diverse differences and in relationship with the land. She reveals how her teachings nourish a form of autonomous reciprocal leadership that embeds us into nature, and that she hopes will evolve and resource our sense of empathy and collective community.
We learn that living and thriving with our diverse differences is a way of breaking through colonial legacies of mono crop culture. There are small moments every day, where we can commit to forging changes along this path, moments where we notice the beauty and creativity of life that remind us of our common ground and that are essential for our survival ultimately bringing us deeper into circles of belonging.
“We need to come and embed ourselves back into the context that we are nature.” Jewels Wingfield
Jewels Wingfield, a catalyst, educator and healer. She lives and works in the middle of the Ancient 200,000 acre Forest of Dean, UK. Jewels is founder and director of ‘Living Love’ and the creator of ‘EarthHeart’, where she connects us with her unique methodology to catalyse humanities evolution reminding us of the interconnectedness of life.
Jewels is a leading light in her field, where she aspires to be a powerful catalyst for human evolution through her deep embodied wisdom, using her gifts to create a world of environmental harmony, spiritual alignment and equality.
Jewels’ work draws on a rich tapestry of wisdom, threads gathered through a long life journey of activism and learning of a variety of teachings, including earth based spirituality, sacred ecology/environmental work, shamanism from Celtic lore, ancestral gateways, the ecology of conscious relationship and sacred sexuality. In her offerings and through her private therapy practice, she facilities grief work, ancient womb wisdom teachings, women’s blood mysteries, ecstatic dance & somatic movement/meditation practices, birth, breath and regression work, NVC (non violent communication), drama therapy and more.
Jewels has spent much of her life involved in activism in various ways. She believes that our own personal journeys are the most useful gift that we can bring to each other, in alignment with the biggest clearest love. Jewels brings a rich alchemy of embodied earthy wisdom, clarity, creativity, fluid sensuality, maverick humour, fierce love and passion to co-create a world we all want to be a part of. This is the foundation from which she facilitates her work, and from which she continues to grow and learn. As a result, Jewels’ work is unique, and is widely recognised for its earthy approach to the evolution of humanity. It is inspired by the indigenous traditions and teachings of these Celtic lands, embedded in an intuitive connection with its nature, its ancestral pathways and the energetic interconnected web of life, bringing sacredness to the ordinary and showing how ordinary things can become sacred.
To connect or work with Jewels, visit jewelswingfield.com
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