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ReWilder Is ...

Drawing on the contemplative and liberation streams of ecumenical Christianity as well as indigenous spirituality, anthropology, practical psychology and dynamic pedagogy, ReWilder serves up teachings and full-immersion experiences that enable us to live a better story: A story of reconnection with Spirit, Self, Society & Surroundings for common flourishing.

Our agents of change: A multi-faceted communications and educational approach involving writing, podcasting, gatherings and full-immersion retreats that provide the cognitive, heartfulness, and hands-on tools to hear, receive, and re-tell New Stories while accessing Contemplation, Regulation, Play & Permaculture.

Mission

Our goal with ReWilder is nothing less than to help “cradle Christians,” skeptics, seekers, and members of other faiths alike rediscover our common humanity as intimately connected to the Earth. We feel that nothing less is at stake than the survival and flourishing of our species.

Mike Morrell

Author, teacher, gatherer

Mike Morrell is the collaborating author, with Fr. Richard Rohr, on The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation, founder of Wisdom Camp, and a founding organizer of the justice, arts, and spirituality Wild Goose Festival. Mike curates contemplative and community experiences via Relational Skills, the ManKind Project, and Authentic North Carolina, taking joy in holding space for the extraordinary transformation that can take place at the intersection of anticipation, imagination, and radical acceptance. Mike lives with his wife and two daughters in Asheville, North Carolina.

Rainer Wylde

Spiritual Teacher, Coach, and Author

Rainier Wylde, MA is a teacher, coach, podcaster, and author who creates the conditions for deep change in peoples lives.

He has studied under leading Western psychologists, Eastern mystics, and contemplative teachers. He lived for over a decade in intentional proximity community, took monastic vows, traveled the world searching for ascended masters, earned a graduate degree in Community Counseling, worked as a clinical psychotherapist with chronically suicidal and self-harming clients, a spiritual director, taught grad school in eco-therapy and evolutionary psychology, and has been certified in CBT life coaching and am a certified vocational specialist.

Rainier has co-authored several books, have been published in professional journals around the effects of civilization, spirituality, ecology and men’s issues. He and his partner live in the Cascadia Bio-Region with their four children and two dogs.