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When I first heard the term unschooling, I felt that the Aspen Oracle Intuitive Nature “School” is like that. After all, nature is wild and intuition is only accessed when in a state of openness, flow, and expansion.

One of the Aspen Oracle “students” even says: “Why am I here: For the community, for the playground, for the ability to grow organically and not through a pyramid of requirements.”

I really do have to quote mark “school” and “students” because those words really don’t fit, but we use them because they are terms that the brain understands. Yet, we really do need to “unschool” and “rewild” spiritual training and meditation practice. Especially as adults. For our own peace of mind which creates more peace on Earth. Peace is one vibration that allows a newly balanced present-time paradigm to be birthed.

As defined by Wikipedia, “Unschooling is an informal learning that advocates learner-chosen activities as a primary means for learning. Unschoolers learn through their natural life experiences. Unschooling encourages exploration of activities initiated by the individual themselves, believing that the more personal learning is, the more meaningful, well-understood and therefore useful it is to the individual.”

Self initiating your spiritual steps brings a level of understanding that is needed for inner harmony and peace which leads to more ease and grace in your life.

Have you ever signed up for a training and then realized your whole life was overtaken by the agenda of the scheduled curriculum? Sure, some parts might be in alignment for you, but the other parts just create confusion. All of this is a normal ok part of life, yet when there’s not permission to sort and filter for yourself, programing and energy gets stuck in your space. For me, I only agree to work with individuals and programs where there is room for me to engage with what is useful, own it in my own vibration, and leave the rest. All of the Aspen Oracle offerings are designed with that intention as well … we want you to spread your wings and fly.

Wild blessings,