Nature & Belonging

February 27, March 6 & March 13.  Weekly live-streamed 90 minute classes.  

Many of us live a life of literal and/or spiritual rootlessness. We feel detached from the places and situations we have known all of our lives. We are migrants in our own cities and towns. We experience alienation and loneliness.

This course – using exercises connect to the five-senses– will enable you to overcome these feelings and teach you to really know your location, your place, the site of daily experiences. By looking at their hometowns and villages with a different perspective, participants will learn how to sense a place and connect with it, how to become part of where they live and recognize the significance of this unique location in their lives.

This course is the perfect match for those who:

• Want to understand the meaning of the place they live in

• Seek to advance their knowledge of their immediate surroundings

• Need to connect deeply with the place they live in

• Search to identify the place in the world where they truly belong

This course is facilitated by Maya Galimidi, along with a special interview with Juliet Egesa.


Class dates: Sunday February 27, Sunday March 6 and Sunday March 13

Class timings: Livestreamed classes begin at 1pm/Eastern US time — 12pm/noon Central US time.  

Class length: Approx 90 minutes per class, with 1 hour of reflective exercises each week between classes.

Registration fee: 50 USD (includes all 3 sessions) 

Standard Registration

$50 Total USD