- 21 Texts
- 6 Audios
- 6.0 hrs
We live in times of profound upheaval and uncertainty. We are being challenged to navigate our way through confusing mental, emotional and spiritual landscapes with little guidance. But how do you create and remain on your path through this changing landscape when burdened by stress, anxiety and despair? How can you better cope with your fears and uncertainties and cultivate stillness and connection in your life?
The first step towards creating inner stillness and resilience is to learn how to use your awareness to take control over your responses to external events. Taking control over your awareness requires learning to use the power of your mind and heart, with the healing power of nature, to help you cope and thrive in this climate of change.
Cultivating Inner Stillness offers a structured, step-by-step process to help you raise and strengthen your awareness. Distilling the knowledge about mindfulness, gratitude and compassion practices into an easy to understand practical course, Peter has created a course for those recognising the need to better cope with life challenges by cultivating their path to inner stillness.
This course recognises your longing for liberation from the mental and emotional turmoil within to guide you to inner peace. It provides detailed guidance to develop reflective, contemplative skills within the natural world and its infinite opportunities for healing, insights and connection. Whether you are trying to deal with overwhelming dark thoughts and feelings, or needing to create more peace, love and inner stability in your life, this course will help you. It is an easy to follow, evidence-based program, simply presented with guided audio resources you can download and use anywhere. Make this course your priority in dealing with these challenging times and cultivate the skills to unfold the inner stillness that lies waiting for your awakening.
I developed the NatureConnect Programs for Wellness ten years ago to help clients manage mental health and enrichen life meaning through experiences of inner stillness, spaciousness and connectedness. I have degrees in ecology (BSc), sustainability (MSc) and ecopsychology (PhD). My doctorate research developed a contemplative, consciousness based approach to deepening nature connectedness and it explored its applications, including mental health.
I offer my expertise, perhaps more importantly my passion, for nature-based contemplative exploration to those seeking deeper experiences of connection for bringing healing and inner peace to their lives. I bring years of practice and exploration of nature-based contemplative practices to offer an authentic, integrated learning approach. I am married with two sons and live in the World Heritage Blue Mountains, Australia where I conduct my face-to-face programs