Wednesday, April 6, 2011

spirit in the garden

Can you feel May right around the corner now that spring has FINALLY sprung? I sure can. And that means our next Roots & Wings workshop is fast approaching as well. 
Minnie Kansman

Next up will be a day of deep gardening and wisdom sharing with the delightful Minnie Kansman from Lowell, Michigan, author of Spirit Gardens: Rekindling our Nature Connection.

I met Minnie back in 2003 at a feng shui conference. Before that time I had known her only in cyberspace from a Sacred Space practitioners egroup which we both belonged to. I remember thinking, “I hope she is as delightful in person as she seems in her posts.” And that she was! 

Little did I know then that we would go on to have many amazing adventures together over the course of the next eight years. I have journeyed to her home on two different occasions to attend certification classes in both feng shui and space clearing, spending time on her land immersed in the incredible landscapes she has co-created with Nature. 

We’ve also made hand drums, attended symposiums and retreats, swapped stories and walked miles in Central Park on a 95 degree day in August. No matter the setting, the season or the weather, time with Minnie is always a time of rich, delightful and Spirit filled sharing.

Minnie’s presentations will be held at South Church on Saturday, May 14 and divided into two segments. First up will be Rekindling Our Nature Connection in the morning from 10 to 12:30. Then another delicious lunch together. Then the afternoon event, Feng Shui in the Garden from 1:30 to 4 pm. Please note that you may choose to attend only one of these workshops if scheduling is an issue however lunch is provided only for those who attend the full day.


1 comment:

  1. Donna,

    Thank you for these kind words! Yes, I LOVE Nature and I love gardening with Nature. I am bursting with excitement to be able to share my experiences with all of you. This will be a great day filled with knowledge and heart connection with our Earth.

    Many Blessings, Minnie Kansman