Here is a place to find yourself through Earth wisdom connection, ritual and ceremony, healing, ecotherapy and ancestral connection.
I work as a tutor and mentor for the Tariki Trust Ten Directions ecotherapy training www.tarikitrust.org, in the Shamanic Ecotherapy training for Elizabeth Meacham PhD www.shamanicecotherapy.com and mentor for the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids (OBOD) www.druidry,org .
I am a Board member of the ecospirituality charity Radical Joy for Hard Times www.radicaljoy.org
Animist Guide work invites you to connect to the more-than-human soul of the world.
I am also available to give talks and workshops at events, festivals and for organisations.
I am accredited through the International Association of Coaches, Therapists and Mentors http://www.iactm.com
Nwyfre is all about the deep connection that westernised culture has lost, or forgotten. Through deep immersion in animistic ecotherapy, heritage connection, ancient ancestral work, energy healing, somatic experience through Yoga and meditation, Nwyfre merges threads to assist participants to deepen back into right relationship with Earth. This means awakening to the truth of these times; into grief and wounding for what is happening, on ecological, social, economic, health and climatic levels. Through individual experiences, one to one, and group process, participants can find ways to listen to the calling of Earth and find something of their authentic role, that the living world is asking of us all.
Through the universal symbol of the Wheel of the Year, used in modern European Druidry and many indigenous cultures throughout the world, Harriet works animistically with connecting people to the land and to the other-than-humans who share our world.
By direct connection to the land through landscape art, sound, song, drumming, movement, stories, pilgrimage, archaeology and myth we can all find our way back to relationship to the Earth once more.
Harriet works in ancestral connection through ancient sites in the landscape as her PhD research.
Due to current restrictions, all offerings are online. Face to Face courses are coming soon.
While some offerings are at a set price, such as teaching and training courses, many offerings are available for free, such as podcasts, blog, articles and voluntary group facilitation. Others, such as yoga, one-to-one guiding and healing are available to you in the Gift Economy. This means that there is no set price: you pay what you feel it is worth, in terms of the offering itself, the cost to me that you believe it may incur to offer this service, and for an honest reflection of how you believe the service can be exchanged for money that is so helpful for living.
"Deep gratitude, love and respect for Harriet. She guided me beyond the threshold, where I felt the warmth of my beloved mother and the kinship of a magnificent Cro-Magnon." N
"Harriet worked compassionately to weave a sacred passing and welcoming; through, embracing and entwining my own ideas of how i felt it should be and she then held me and the sacredness of the space with beauty and magic. Harriet, is a wise woman, she is unique in her talents and her very special gift of holding space for women and Gaia is a huge gift. She forever has my love." S
A wonderful conversation about land and ancestor connection, with Georgina Langdale: https://www.georginalnature.com/podcasts/the-soul-garden-2/episodes/2147622929
What's your thing? Podcast with Julie Leoni. Harriet talks about archaeotherapy, the land speaking, sacred landscape, druidry and connecting to our ancestors. https://anchor.fm/julie-leoni/episodes/Whats-your-thing----Archaeotherapy-with-Harriet-Sams-evpfj5
Ritual for the Anthropocene-
A Facebook talk with River Jones about how ritual and land connection can bring awareness and healing to our relationship to the wounded land in these difficult times. https://fb.watch/5Y8maE6pAb/
Harriet has published a short story, 'Father' in the book The Call of the God, edited by Frances Billinghurt
The Observant One poem in the Spring 2021 edition, A Path of Druidry and The Tale of Peg Powler, a North Eastern myth (Editor's pick) in the e-magazine Fellowship and Fairydust here: https://fellowshipandfairydust.com/?s=Harriet+sams
Find Nwyfre Earth on Instagram as https://www.instagram.com/nwyfreearthmeandering/
A Radical Joy for Hard Times practice of connecting to the wounded land.
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