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28 Days Connection First Journey
Day 28, Wrapping the Bundle
Dear beloved Friends,
It's a wonderful, beautiful day here in Switzerland, as it has been the last 28 Days. We only had a couple of days with rain.
We are very excited about today's Zoom Celebration. Yippee! Smiling, very much.
We are wrapping the bundle with you today.
We have many Questions for you which can help you to see where we have been and that we can weave together to make a “bundle” to go forward in our lives. You can use these questions to wrap the bundle of these 28 Days Connection First Journey for you and your family, your friends and communities.
May you find many golden nuggets for yourself in it.
What was your intention in the beginning?
Thinking about what your intention was.
Lets celebrate that we made it all the way and shake it off.
We hope you are going to deepen the connection,
Olders and babies…
Thanks for doing this.
Make a list with answers:
How has my sense of sight changed during the last 28 days?
How has my sense of imitation changed?
How has my hearing changed, especially when used with eyes?
How have my tactile senses changed? The feeling on your skin all over your body?
How has my sense of smell changed?
How has my connection to my inner sense changed? Does it speak to you more or less?
How is your connection to your sense of taste changed?
How does it work for you when all the senses come together through the Storyteller’s Mind?
Were you able to strengthen your storytelling muscle in the last 28 Days?
How did this journey help me?
How did this journey help me to help others?
These are all wrapping the Bundle Questions.
E: What new animals or plants have you learned about? What are things to look out for?
SE: What are motivating things to visit, to have adventures by and are just fun?
S: What sign or tracks from mammals did you discover?
SW: What are the low growing plants that came to your attention?
W: What were the indicator species that got you thinking about how they all link together?
NW: What were the heritage species that reminded you about the folks that thought of you?
N: Which woody plants did you get to know?
NE: What did relating the birds and bird language bring to you?
Where have you deepend or started a connection?
Have any threads become strings, have strings become cords, cords become ropes, with any of your relationships?
What did you all learn from that?
How is this helping you?
How is this helping you to help others?
In the whole journey what did you find challenging? What did you find easy and exciting?
Where do you want to go from here?
How do you want to integrate these patterns in your life from now?
What can you do to continue this?
If you feel called, can you offer this to someone else and share the Connection First journey in some way with them?
Thank you for being part of the 28 Days of the Connection First journey.
Gratitude for all the people and elements that helped us create this Podcast.
Gratitude from Michi:
Gratitude for Julia that helped and held me in these days.
Gratitude to my parents Alicja and Thomas who kept engurage me.
Much gratitude for everyone that left us comments and gave feedback so that we were able to grow and be.
Gratitude from Jon:
Gratitude for all the people who went on this journey, and those who shared their stories with me! So enriching.
Thank you to my family and friends, colleagues, Elders and Ancestors who helped this come to be.
Gratitude to Michi for all he has done everyday! And to Arne and the Wood Runner Band People (Waldläuferbande) of the German-speaking network.
Thank you to Sarah for helping me with the audio design, that was so fun!
Link to Forum:
Link to Jon’s 512 Project: http://512project.com/
May you have a blessed time.
Michi and Jon
Dear Jon and Michi. Me and my friend Nanna just finished the connection first Journey, and we want to stretch our gratitude all the way to you guys in Cali and Switzerland. Me and Nanna are classmates, studying Natural and Cultural Heritage Management, at the University College Copenhagen. And we have been in quarantine different places on the island Zealand in Kattegat, Denmark. It has been really profound to take this journey, mostly at my parents’ place on the countryside, and connecting with Nanna online. It kept me sane and quite happy throughout. From taking swims in the sea, planting new trees, to watching a Kestrel(falcon) pair, moving into the owl house for a week and sadly deciding that it was not for them. And maybe for the first time in my adult life, watching careful how everything starts to blossom, and getting to know the birds outside the house. Time well spend. Over to Nanna. As Amund, I really enjoyed this journey. I am blessed by living just on the edge of a big forest called “Gribskov”, with a rich wildlife and diversity of plantfriends. Being able to go into the woods every day throughout the podcast, has given me new perspectives and even more encouragement to get to know “my” forest much more, as I feel that the area is opening up to me, in a very friendly matter. Especially my ability to take in the whole, present moment in Sense-meditation has changed my “being” dramatically. Also talking to Amund (almost) every day, has given me a sense of community and stronger connection, in a pretty intense way, as we mostly knew each other as good classmates before. We suddenly became a part of each other’s daily life, by sharing our grant and small stories. It is very nice to experience how sharing nature can built stronger friendships, with both people and the living world around me. -The seeds you gave us will keep on growing. Thank you. From Amund and Nanna Denmark