A city walkabout is an invitation to give time and space to important personal issues of your own and find unexpected answers.
Are you in the process of making a difficult decision? Are you looking for inspiration to help you take the next step? Do you like the city but long for the experience of bonding with nature?
A walkabout is the journey traditionally undertaken by aboriginal boys, marking their initiation into adult life. A city walkabout is a modern version of this tradition adapted to an urban context.
If you are interested in sharpening your senses, getting a better feel for the messages your environment is sending you, if you want to spend time deliberating a personal issue, break out of your usual patterns of thought and explore the relationship between you and your city, a city walkabout might be just the thing for you.
Ursel Biester is a seminar leader, coach and writer. Travelling as a metaphor for spiritual growth and personal development is the subject of her book my personal journey.