Instinction is an antidote to extinction. The word 'instinction' itself became 'obsolete' (extinct) in the 15/16th century and means 'inspiration' or 'impulse'. With the advent of Climate Change and the Extinction Rebellion movement many are worried, fearful for their future and how to prepare for what might be 'the end of the world' for humans and many other species. Instinction allows a different paradigm where, rather than the extinction of species, we see the impulse and inspiration of species. The tree in the photo above is moulding itself to the side of the hill in it’s very own dream - it’s title is ‘Tree Climbing’, an act of imagination. To find out more about ‘instinction’, click here.
This workshop will introduce and encourage our belief in the necessary act of imagination and help you to ‘become one with our Earth’, in it’s dream. We will engage with concepts of extinction and instinction.