Earthheart, in the middle of the forest, inspires Jewels’ work and supports all those who come whether for a private session, a retreat or a longer training.
Jewels talks how the personal journeys of grief and despair need to be honoured before the alchemy of personal work radiates out to co-create a better world.
Jewels speaks about the passion and inspiration that lies behind the circles she holds at EarthHeart, where the personal engages with the collective in order to move forward together in these troubled times on our beautiful planet.
Deep Adaptation – a conversation from the Earthlodge, with Matthew Paignton about our deepest longing to connect and contribute to our world, and how to move through shock, resistance and grief that these transformational times bring.
A glimpse into the landscape of ‘The Garden of Love‘ – a yearlong training for couples offering a safe sacred space for deep dive into intimacy and authenticity, finding the many ways to surrender to the call of love.
Here at EarthHeart, deep in the forest, is a space for couples to drop into deepest surrender with each other. This short video offers testimonials from couples who have taken that step.
My interview with Kathy Forrest, for her Great Womb Awakening series, on how healing and opening to our sexual energy is key to awakening, and bringing our gifts to the world.
A call for women on the challenges and gifts of self-care for women, both personally and collectively.
Katie Phillips, of the School of Self Love, interviewed Jewels for her series ‘My Menopause’.
Deep in the forest, held in the sanctuary of EarthHeart, Jewels holds space for women to re-root themselves in the distinctive power of the feminine.
A few years ago, Jewels received a powerful message from one of the trees on the land at Earthheart. As a result, Jewels took 13 moons for her conscious menopause.
Jewels talks to podcast host Leona Johnson of Connection Matters, about living in these times, and the wisdom gifts of her menopause rite of passage.
A recording of the online call on sex and the menopause.
In this call with Lian Brook-Tyler of Primal Happiness, we talked about human wildness – our connection to and communion with the land, and specifically the powerful interlock between environmental activism and spiritual seeking.