Ethos of the pack
The Wolf symbolises many things… the wild, freedom, solitude, intuition, strength, tenderness, play and love..
The Pack is not about being in a clique, or heaven forbid – a cult! It is about community, brotherhood, working together in synergy, support, compassion, challenge, belonging..
“Respect the elders…teach the young…Cooperate with the pack, Play when you can…Hunt when you must…Rest in between Share your affections…Voice your feelings…Leave your mark.”
It is ALL about self awareness, compassion and living in integrity with yourself.
Principles, Tools and help are practised and shared, however the aim is to promote you developing your own individual, inner authority, as you access more parts within yourself, becoming a more balanced and healed Man.
“If you talk to the animals, they will talk with you and you will know each other. If you do not talk to them you will not know them, and what you do not know you will fear. What one fears, one destroys.” – Chief Dan George
The Wild Path
The wild path is a journey into the wild, both the rugged forests of west Europe, as well as a journey into our own, internal wild, reconnecting to deep intuition, trusting oneself, and knowing that whatever life, the elements, the wild throws at you, you can survive and thrive!!!read more
to be that self which one truly is
Learning together to listen to that growling voice in your belly, to follow your path and truth, to learn to live as you are drawn – as both a gentle and strong man in the world today.
There are no step by step plans. Although your meandering, unspoilt route through the dark forest to the self has been written about in stories since time began.
Step onto this path with me.
To become the sturdy oak of your full expression as a man, grown from a seed, standing true through the storms and sunlight of life. Or in other words: to become more of who we are meant to be, healing and integrating the wounded parts, and allowing your greatness its way to shine.
“Briefly stated, it is this: that change occurs when one becomes what he is, not when he tries to become what he is not. Change does not take place through a coercive attempt by the individual or by another person to change him, but it does take place if one takes the time and effort to be what he is — to be fully invested in his current positions. By rejecting the role of change agent, we make meaningful and orderly change possible” – Dr. Arnold Beisser, M.D (Gestalt therapist)read more