"We are unique expressions of multiple, complex layers of relationship. At the same time we are interdependent with each other, the planet and the universe. Deep observation, awareness, and alignment allow us to map the territory of our inner realities in relation to all else that is. From that orientation, relationship with all things becomes our Practice for Living/Living Practice."
Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees
Sullivan TwoTrees Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees has spent a life at the crossroads where species, cultures, beliefs and the unknown collide and find both dissonance and resonance.
As an artist/catalyst her work focuses on re-orienting to indigenous mind and regenerating an essential relationship with Earth wisdom. She is past recipient of the Lila Wallace International Artist Award and her work has been exhibited and is in collections in the US, Europe and New Zealand. She continues to find passion, renewal and nourishment from all of the Earth’s expressions.
She is currently Artist in Residence and a member of the Leadership Team in the Leadership in Sustainability Masters Program/University of Vermont Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources as well as a current Whistenon Public Scholar at the Kettering Foundation.
Practice for Living, Living Practice
Over the course of the past 4 decades TwoTrees has evolved a framework of spiritual technology with the input, support and guidance of many indigenous elders. Practice for Living, Living Practice is a current expression of this foundation (previously known as Seven Directions Practice ®), which focuses on helping humans re-orient to our indigenous mind.
"Kaylynn is elemental and she is awake. I recommend her to anyone who yearns to flower their fullest most authentic, congruent life purpose. "
- Debra Roberts,Executive Producer The Honeybee Project
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