Book Club (January - February)

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3 reviews
Jan 20 - Feb 28, 2021
Group size: 1 - 20
Book Club (January - February)
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3 reviews

Jan 20 - Feb 28, 2021
Group size: 1 - 20

About this trip

We will be reading David Whyte's

     Crossing the Unknown Sea: Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity


Crossing the Unknown Sea is about reuniting the imagination with our day to day lives. For anyone who wants to deepen their connection to their life’s workor find out what their life’s work isthis book can help navigate the way. He asserts that too many people blindly trudge through a mediocre work life because so many “busy” tasks prevent significant reflection and analysis of job satisfaction. People often turn to spiritual practice or religion to nurture their souls, but overlook how work can actually be our greatest opportunity for discovery and growth. 


Two Virtual Meetings: February 14 & 28

4pm - 6pm EST.



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Each time I partake in a Wild Within offering I am blow away by the people showing up. The facilitators, Kelly and Alasdair, have a unique approach to gathering that creates a safe, supportive space for everyone to share their true thoughts, feelings, views etc. I always feel I can show up authentically and that has been so empowering. I most recently attended the book club for Brene Brown's Braving the Wilderness. I really loved the book and attending the book club gave me such a deeper understanding of the material. I did not know most of the participants before hand and I was truly amazed and appreciative of their insights! Highly recommend!!
By Michelle B for March Book Club with the Wild Within on 15 Apr, 2021
Great discussion and application to daily living. As moderators, Kelly and Alasdair do a great job of monitoring the discussions and drawing all participants into the conversation, connecting the discussions back to the tenets of the book. Participants were free to ask questions of the group and were encouraged to take the discussions in a direction that further led to understanding, created deeper meaning, or served the curiosity of the readers. I have found these discussions honor each participant in an inclusive environment, and create a great community of readers sharing a common experience. Highly recommended.
By Thomas W for March Book Club with the Wild Within on 13 Apr, 2021
Excellent facilitators of the discussion. Kelly and Alasdair skillfully monitored the discussions and made adjustments to include every participant. They asked open ended questions specific to the general group, as well as drawing out individuals. The discussion took a variety of paths that all had a common thread back to the readings for deeper meaning and understanding. Additionally, the facilitators sought individual reflections based on knowing the group’s prior experiences and backgrounds. Rapport was established quickly in an accepting environment that honored each participant. I would sign up again for another book discussion with this group just to be in a community of learners that seek to understand. This was a stellar experience.
By Thomas W for Book Club (January - February) on 02 Mar, 2021