Held in partnership with Illuman Colorado and Influenced by Bill Plotkin’s “Wild Mind” and the work of the Animas Valley Institute, this rewilding weekend is an unforgettable experiential exploration of our innate human wholeness as created in the image of God and our connection with the natural world.

“Rewilding” is a deepening into the True Self, and an enlivening of our connection to the natural world that evokes our deepest authenticity and joy.  Rewilding is an awakening to our innate affinity to the natural world and finding our place in the more-than-human-community.

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In this weekend immersion you will DISCOVER:

  • A nature-based map of the human psyche and how to cultivate your innate wholeness and connection with the natural world

  • How to enter more deeply into the True Self and the strategies of the False Self

  • The “treasure in the field” of your untapped depth, potential, and authentic leadership

You will EXPERIENCE:

  • Solitary wanderings in the wild landscape of nearly 300 acres at Highlands Camp in Allenspark, Colorado.
  • Deepening your journey in healing and renewal

  • Council, mirroring, dream and journal work 

  • Revitalization and renewal!

Your Guides:

 

 Somewhere on the South Platte River . . . . 

Somewhere on the South Platte River . . . . 

 

Dan Dolquist, D.Min

Dan Dolquist has spent the last twenty-five years pastoring, leading  and  cultivating  organizations in spiritual growth and development. In addition to graduate degrees from Fuller and Princeton Seminaries, he did graduate work in Biblical Studies at the University of Edinburgh (New College).  His doctoral work was in the area of leadership at the University of Kansas and cultivating imagination at Fuller Seminary.  His post-doctoral work was in the wisdom tradition of Christianity with Fr. Richard Rohr at the Center for Action and Contemplation. Dan completed his MROP at Rolling Ridge in 2015, the initiator program at the Texas MROP 2016, and was on the leadership team of the 2017 MROP in Colorado.  He is the author of the 2014 book, “Being Here: Mindfulness and the Practice of Presence.”

 

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Brian Stafford, MD

Brian Stafford is a Psycho-Spiritual Wilderness Guide for Eco-Psyche-Artistry, Wilderness Is Medicine, Seminary of the Wild, and the Animas Valley Institute. 

A long-time student of Fathers Richard Rohr, Thomas Keating, and David Stendel-Rast, Brian completed his MROP in 2011 in Texas that catalyzed his departure from medicine and into guiding Christian pastors and health care providers, among others, into wholeness, wilderness and soul. 

Formerly, he was a youth pastor and a professor of pediatrics, adult, adolescent, and child psychiatry. He is a graduate of Wheaton College and the Tulane School of Medicine.

 He lives in Ojai, California with his wife and twin sons.  His website is Eco-Psyche-Artisitry.com

 The Lodge at Highlands Camp, Allenspark, Colorado

The Lodge at Highlands Camp, Allenspark, Colorado

Highlands camp:    

Highlands Camp is located near the base of 13,911 foot Mount Meeker, the second highest peak in Rocky Mountain National Park.  90 minutes by car from Denver and minutes away from 265,000 acres of Rocky Mountain National Park, Highlands features stunning sunsets and sudden weather changes.  We will have our own bunkhouse space in Horse Lodge.

Cost and registration    $325.00

The Rewilding the Masculine Self Weekend Immersion is held in partnership with the Colorado chapter of Illuman.  Please fill out the application below and you will hear back from us within 72 hours.  Space is limited to 16 participants.  You can also email Dan Dolquist at Dan@wildvillage.org for more information or schedule a time to talk by phone about the immersion.

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Upon acceptance to the immersion you will be invited to register with the link below.  $50 of the event fee is non-refundable.

Re-Wilding The Masculine Self
325.00

July 13-15 at Highlands Camp near the base of Mnt Meeker in Allenspark, Colorado