Fours Ways / Form & Feeling

What is it about certain places in the landscape, that once we’ve been there, they resonate so strongly within us, that even after we’ve left, it can still feel like a part of us is still there, left behind? What enlivens and animates this space, and how does our role as intentional observer within a relational field define us as a foci of power? [1]

Due for publication in 2022, ‘Four Ways’ by Jeremy Taylor and Mark Offord is a series of active and transformative techniques designed to enhance our relationship with place, helping us regain and rediscover our lost ritual landscapes and skyscapes.

In our first ‘way’ we explore the liminality of the landscape and how location, seasonal cycles and topography influence our personal and collective experience.

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  1. Ingold, T (2000).