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dream with Nature to tend our Inner landscape 

The Garden



time and space

b r e a t h i n g

spirit of place


creative participation with Nature and Spirit

b i r d s o n g


towards a new future

 heart wisdom


Lucy Voelcker

As an Artist, always connecting with the Earth for inspiration, my work has been evolving over the years. As a child I was very close to Nature. As a young adult I was drawn to environmental issues. I became consumed by fears for the planet. When carrying my first child (1989) I felt compelled to find a way to create a path towards a positive way of being, and hope, through my work.

Throughout these chapters my relationship with the Earth has become both more intimate, and expansive. 

During a Vision Quest in 1993 I discovered a gateway into the Earth using my voice. On reflection I saw that all these years of growing relationship and meditation developed a portal into Spirit. 

Also that every place on Earth corresponds to a place within.

I have since developed tools in order to Journey more deeply: some influenced by Celtic, Native American, and Indian Traditions, crafted through experience and imagination. 

So much has opened for me that I feel bound and stirred to share these things, and assist others to find authentic ways to create change in their lives, through developing a deeper sense of belonging.

With insight and inspiration offered through loving relationship with Nature we find our true selves, and our unique gift, simultaneously contributing in a positive way towards manifesting change needed for this world.

Kai Lange

As a biodynamic farmer and grower for almost forty years I am touched by what the land offers to us. Besides healthy food, we are nourished by beauty, colour, sound and smells which  hold us in a dreamlike spell. When we listen to nature and the land, we are moved to engage and become creative. As the potter transforms the clay, the woodworker the tree or the basket maker the willow; the creative gardener and farmer work with landscape, soil, plants and animals. Our creative dialogue may enrich nature rather than exploit. If our hands engage in this way with the land, it will touch our hearts and connect us to the essence of life... I invite others to learn from biodynamic practice; develop their sensibility; and discover a feeling of deep belonging. 

My work is always related to land, living sustainable in harmony with nature, advising and supporting biodynamic farms, managing the biodynamic apprentice scheme UK, teaching biodynamic and land-craft courses

Article by Philip Rush in Chapbook 9.

Chapbook is a magazine celebrating the work of artists and writers from Stroud and beyond. 

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