Into the Wild Festival news: ‘Nature was my safe place’: Raynor Winn on homelessness and setting off on a 630-mile walk

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‘Nature was my safe place’: Raynor Winn on homelessness and setting off on a 630-mile walk


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Come and spend a sublime weekend in beautiful nature at one of the friendliest festivals around. With sublime world music, over 100 workshops, woodland theatre, choirs, woodland cinema, delicious street food stalls, survival skills, archery, fire making, fascinating talks, yoga, foraging, drumming, storytelling, dancing, award winning kids area, dance, spoken word, wild games and so much more.

Last few tickets are on sale now for Into the Wild's amazing Summer festival.

You can find out all the information and get tickets from here:

www.in2wild.com
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Come and spend a sublime weekend in beautiful nature at one of the friendliest festivals around. With sublime world music, over 100 workshops, woodland theatre, choirs, woodland cinema, delicious street food stalls, survival skills, archery, fire making, fascinating talks, yoga, foraging, drumming, storytelling, dancing, award winning kids area, dance, spoken word, wild games and so much more. 

Last few tickets are on sale now for Into the Wilds amazing Summer festival.

You can find out all the information and get tickets from here:

www.in2wild.com

 

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Lesley Baillie

Roy Collins....I'm thinking of going. Back to nature. ✌

Link not working..how much is it for tickets?

Zoe Bethany Keens-Soper ❤️🙏

Jackie Turner Sue Young

Sylvia Fernell

Would be brilliant to have something like this in Norfolk

Lee fancy a camping weekend? Xx

Fantastic ❤️

Tia-Faith Bessey

Ian Brown

Kirsty Brooks?

Where?

Eloise Garfoot this is what I was talking about x

Hi there I've noticed you are involved in organising this event. I run a company called www.primedisplay.co.uk we are a family run led screen hire company we have mobile digivan vehicles and trailer units with the latest state of art led display screens on them with displays from 4x2m to 6x3m in size and we can show everything from live stream video or tv to business advertising and event / safety information if this is something you may be interested in please contact us. Many thanks.

Could not go i need drink when camping

So need to try this, looks awesome. Such a refreshing change from the ordinary 😍

Sam Amy pat Joan can we go Izzy wud love it xx

Elaine Speyer

Link has stoped working

Richard King

No drink or drugs .

Martin Gunston

When and where?

Amie Dodgie are you going to this? Going to try to get the weekend off work and go with the kids. Looks awesome! X

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2 weeks ago

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In the late 1990s, environmental activist Julia Butterfly Hill spent two years living in a redwood tree she named "Luna." Her goal was to save it from being cut down by a logging company. She succeeded both literally and mythically. Luna was spared from death, as was a surrounding three-acre swath of trees. Hill became an inspiring symbol of artful, compassionate protest.

Later she told Benjamin Tong in the DVD "The Taoist and the Activist": "So often activism is based on what we are against, what we don't like, what we don't want. And yet we manifest what we focus on. And so we are manifesting yet ever more of what we don't want, what we don't like, what we want to change. So for me, activism is about a spiritual practice as a way of life. And I realized I didn't climb the tree because I was angry at the corporations and the government; I climbed the tree because when I fell in love with the redwoods, I fell in love with the world. So it is my feeling of 'connection' that drives me, instead of my anger and feelings of being disconnected."
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In the late 1990s, environmental activist Julia Butterfly Hill spent two years living in a redwood tree she named Luna. Her goal was to save it from being cut down by a logging company. She succeeded both literally and mythically. Luna was spared from death, as was a surrounding three-acre swath of trees. Hill became an inspiring symbol of artful, compassionate protest.

Later she told Benjamin Tong in the DVD The Taoist and the Activist: So often activism is based on what we are against, what we dont like, what we dont want. And yet we manifest what we focus on. And so we are manifesting yet ever more of what we dont want, what we dont like, what we want to change. So for me, activism is about a spiritual practice as a way of life. And I realized I didnt climb the tree because I was angry at the corporations and the government; I climbed the tree because when I fell in love with the redwoods, I fell in love with the world. So it is my feeling of connection that drives me, instead of my anger and feelings of being disconnected.

 

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Ben Barham

I remember reading about her at the time in Resurgence magazine 🌿

Very cool, much respect. 🙏🏻🙂

tree hugger lol

They are all living things ,and we are the intruders

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2 thoughts on “Into the Wild Festival news: ‘Nature was my safe place’: Raynor Winn on homelessness and setting off on a 630-mile walk

  1. A few years ago there was a young man who walked the whole coastline of england.scotland (Including the islands) and wales.he slept rough never under bricks and mortar.he did it to highlight the homeless problem of young soldiers after they leave the army.he got his happy ever after.he met a young lady and settled down.had a kiddie last time I heard.his name is Christian nock.
    Amazing guy.

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