Conscious relating with self, land, and others.


Lee Warren of Reclaiming Wisdom

Welcome to Reclaiming Wisdom

Reclaiming Wisdom is an ongoing process of living a more authentic, embodied, and relational life. For me it means to live in right relationship with self, other, and the natural world.

Lee Warren, is a sustainability professional with 25 years of experience envisioning, designing, and living innovative solutions to organic food systems, intentional community, and sustainability education.

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Upcoming Events

Thriving in Community—Five Week Series—Starts October 8, 2021

In Partnership with the Foundation for Intentional Communities Thriving in Community Understanding, navigating, and succeeding at the social, emotional, and relational aspects of life in cooperative culture Five Week Course, Starts October 8, 2021, Online If you want to live an intentional community, get ready to learn a new culture — cooperative culture. Whether living in community […]

Place-Based Living at Earthaven Ecovillage—October 16, 2021

Upcoming Series through the School of Integrated Living (SOIL) Place-Based Living at Earthaven Ecovillage An Overview of Our Land-Based Saturday, October 16, 3-5pm EST, Online What does the journey from consumer culture to a rural, place-based life look like? Mostly, and for the first few decades, it has looked like an intense focus on developing physical […]

End of Life Literacy & Paperwork Workshop—Stay Tuned for More Info

Two Part Workshop with Lee Warren End of Life Planning & Paperwork Workshop Honor your life and your loved ones by preparing for your death! This workshop is being revamped into a 12 week program. Stay tuned for more info.   For Information & Registration: This workshop is now being offered through the School of […]
Articles & Podcasts

Featuring Lee Warren

Zones of Intimacy

Introduction The Zones of Intimacy is a conceptual framework that helps us intentionally design and structure our relational lives for the most conscious outcomes. The Zones of Intimacy are best described by the image of concentric circles making up five spaces or zones. In the very center of those circles is Zone 0 and each […]

Interview with Lee Warren on Awakening Consciousness Podcast

From the Show Notes: ⁣Today we have a special guest on our show! Asher and Jesse interview Lee Warren from Earthaven Ecovillage. On Awakening Consciousness, we talk a lot about community building and the importance of building community especially in times like these. What better way to explore this topic more than to chat with […]

Whoever Dies with the Least Stuff Wins: 9 Tips for Moving Lightly through Life.

“Fifty percent of life is letting go,” says the poet David Whyte. We can see this mirrored in the natural world through the seasons, the moon cycles, and the life stages of all living things. For those of us engaged in personal transformation, we know that the internal cycles of life and death happen regularly. […]

Interview with Lee Warren on Relational Leadership

Transcript on Interview with Lee Warren on Relational Leadership Courtney Brooke: Hi, folks. It’s Courtney Brooke of Earthaven EcoVillage. And I’m here with dear friend Lee Warren, who is here to talk with us about a beautiful upcoming offering that she has called Relational Leadership. What is the subtitle? Lee Warren: The subtitle is “A New Paradigm […]

Interview with Lee Warren on End-of-Life Paperwork & Literacy Workshop through Earthaven Ecovillage

  Transcript of Interview with Lee Warren Courtney Brooke (CB): Hi folks, I’m here with Lee Warren. Hi Lee. Lee: Hi Courtney Brooke. CB: Good to be with you and we’re here to talk about an exciting upcoming offering through Earthaven Ecovillage that Lee is offering with helping us do our end of life paperwork. […]

Decolonizing Permaculture—Five Week Series—May 22 to June 19—11am-1pm EST

Offered in Partnership with the School of Integrated Living (SOIL) Decolonizing Permaculture Exploring the Permaculture Principles through an Equity Lens Saturdays, May 22 – June 1911am – 1pm ESTOnline As a community steeped in the ecological design model known as Permaculture, Earthaven is taking a good long look at the ways in which the “Earth […]
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Shared Experiences

  • Patrick Davis, MA
  • Evalena Rose
  • Teri Grunthaner
  • Keary Jenkins
  • Patrick Davis, MA

    Hospice Chaplin & Leadership Coach

    “After 25 years of coaching leaders and teams, I have found Lee’s Relational Leadership workshop to be a unique and powerful combination of both practical tools and effective leadership  principles. Her proven experience leading different causes makes for an approach that balances both head and heart.” 

  • Evalena Rose

    Meta Therapist & Channel

    "Lee is an experienced and truly competent guide in the vast landscapes of end of life plans. Her thoughtful pacing helps us navigate the territory of decisions to make, who to involve, emotions and choices. Being supported in preparing for this rite of passage by creating our death care team settles a lot in me. I highly recommend. Everyone involved will benefit."

  • Teri Grunthaner

    Re: Thriving in Community Workshop

    "This course covers the vital social-emotional aspects of community that just isn't talked about openly enough. I so appreciated Lee's candid sharing of her own experience and warm encouragement of our own self-reflection. I truly believe that if more folks did the kind of personal and interpersonal work Lee outlines in this course, more communities would thrive!"

  • Keary Jenkins

    Executive Vice President & Wellness Coordinator

    "When I heard Lee say, "functional teams demonstrate communication, transparency, and trust," in her Relational Leadership workshop, it changed everything for me. I'm being that change in my workplace and finding others who resonate with that change. It is having impact with everyone in the entire organization, including the CEO. Employees who felt powerless in the past are now starting to light up. Our work ecology is changing and the transformation is beyond powerful."