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Street Wisdom In-Person Walkshop in Hastings, East Sussex, UK

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Join Nicky Torode for a 2 hour in-person Street Wisdom Walkshop meeting outside Hastings Library in Hastings, UK on Friday 19th July 2024! Starts at 10am, finishes at 12pm GMT.
Street Wisdom is an everyday creative practice you use as you walk. A smart fusion of mindfulness, neuroscience, imagination and wellness, it unlocks our minds and unblocks our creativity with every step. The perfect complement to static meditation, Street Wisdom takes us on a physical journey that not only calms and clears the mind, but opens up the subconscious to new ideas. Not to mention the health benefits of walking outdoors. All without having to travel to exotic climes or retreats. Suddenly, every street is full of inspiration. And whatever our questions, we are finding answers are everywhere. 
Find out more on our FAQ page or watch Our Mission video below.

All Street Wisdom events are run by volunteers and participants take part at their own risk. Whilst any personal injury or loss is unlikely, we encourage participants to remain vigilant when out on the streets and we are not liable for any injury or loss caused when taking part in a Street Wisdom activity.

Submitted by: Philip Cowell

2024-07-19 09:00
2024-07-19 09:00

Brassey Institute, 13 Claremont, Hastings TN34 1HE, UK

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slare

To saunter, to be slovenly (The Dialect of Cumberland – Robert Ferguson, 1873). Rarely used in Cumbria now but has a meaning of to walk slowly, to amble, to walk with no particular purpose. Used for example in the ballad Billy Watson’s Lonnin written by Alexander Craig Gibson of Harrington, Cumbria in 1872 “Yan likes to trail ow’r t’ Sealand-fields an’ watch for t’ commin’ tide, Or slare whoar t’Green hes t’ Ropery an’ t’ Shore of ayder side “(Translation: One likes to trail over to Sealand Fields and watch for the coming tide, Or slare over to where the Green has the ropery and the Shore on the other side) Billy Watson’s Lonning (lonning – dialect for lane) still exists and can be found at Harrington, Cumbria.

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