Weston Pew is a relationally based educator and facilitator who holds MAs in experiential education and depth psychology. Weston is the founder of the Sacred Door Trail, a two-hundred-mile non-denominational pilgrimage trail, located in southwestern Montana, which celebrates the interdependent relationship between self, Earth, and community. Weston is also the founder and director of the Center for Relational Communities and Leadership. For the past eight years he has been cultivating transformational containers for individuals and groups that bridge the ancient practices of pilgrimage, meditation, nature connection, rites of passage, contemplative dialogue, and ceremony with the cutting-edge fields of adult developmental theory, relational leadership, and community psychology.
Contributions to HumansandNature.org:
- Finding Our Way Home
A response to “What happens when we see ourselves as separate from or as a part of nature?”
- Center for Relational Communities and Leadership
Learn more about Weston Pew’s work.
- Sacred Door Trail
Explore the role of pilgrimage in tending the spirit.