Listening to the Land, Summer Walk
‘Listening to the Land’ is an initiative of the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network to bring people from all religious and spiritual backgrounds together to connect, or reconnect with the Land and be moved to care for it. Listening to the Land Summer Walk will be at Tea Tree Creek in Flinders, on Sunday 22nd February 2015. The Land is Sacred. The Land inspires us. The Land’s beauty and majesty moves us in awe, wonder and reverence. Yet we often treat it as an object instead of an integral part of ourselves.
Our Summer Listening to the Land program will be held at Tea Tree Creek in Flinders (also known as Kerry Greens) on Sunday 22nd February, 2015. Program begins at 2pm and includes an introductory talk, a listening walk, a meditation and a shared afternoon tea. The walk and meditation will be led by Gunditjamara Elder, Uncle Lionel Lauch. The Walk involves walking on rocks on the beach. Swimming is not recommended. The Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network (MPIN) acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land, the Boonwurrung/Bunurong people, part of the Kulin Nation, and their elders past and present.
BYO vegetarian food to share but plates and cups are provided. The cost is by donation. The meeting point is the Car Park @ 1844 Boneo Road Flinders – link is below.
About This Event
What:Listening to the Land, Summer Walk
When: Sunday 22nd February 2015 Time: 2:00pm-5:00pm
Where: Meeting Point: Car Park @ 1844 Boneo Road Flinders
More information:Judy O’Donnell (H): 03 5974 4969 (M): 0400 088 410