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

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 […]

Thriving in Community—Five Week Series—June 4 to July 2

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 CourseStarts June 4, 2021Online Do you want to live in an intentional community? Life in an ecovillage, cohousing, shared house or other coliving situation can be extremely […]

Place-Based Living at Earthaven Ecovillage—June 26, & October 1, 2021

Upcoming Series through the School of Integrated Living (SOIL) Place-Based Living at Earthaven Ecovillage An Overview of Our Land-Based Saturday, June 26, 3-5pm EST, OnlineorFriday, October 1, 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 […]
Articles & Podcasts

Featuring Lee Warren

9 Reasons the “I Wasn’t Really in Love with You” excuse is Complete Bullsh*t.

What is the meaning of love? This age-old question recently resurfaced for me due to a misunderstanding in a fairly new romantic relationship. After several months of dating, my dating partner unexpectedly announced that he was going to return to a monogamous arrangement with a former lover. While I almost always champion the best possible […]

Ten Things I’ve Learned from Relationships Ending

That translate to more graceful breakups Photo by Patryk Sobczak on Unsplash For reasons both known and mysterious, I’ve experienced much change in my life. Mainly in the realm of love relationships. Partly because I have never embraced the cultural expectation that marriage should last forever (or even that marriage is desired or necessary) and partly due to […]

Strong Women are not Impenetrable—they’re Mature & (more importantly) Human.

Back on the Dating Horse I recently started dating after five and a half years of celibacy—a celibacy that was prompted by the need for self-care, introspection, and recovery after a difficult divorce. In entering into the dating world, I was somewhat sheltered from the vicissitudes and uncertainty because my first romantic and sexual experience was […]

I Want to Get Good at Rejection

And better and better at hearing and saying no Photo by Camille Brodard ~ Kmile Feminine Creative Designer on Unsplash I am deeply in love with consent culture. It gives voice, instructions, and a methodology for a process I have engaged in innately yet without adequate language my entire life. For as long as I can remember, I […]

Start the Relationship by Ending it: Breakup Tips that Inform All Phases of Conscious Relating.

  I’m the one who ended my first marriage. While I had shared my misgivings and my concerns throughout our nine years together, that didn’t make the ending any easier when it actually arrived. The codependence on both our parts was strong, and although we were striving for conscious and intentional relating, we didn’t yet […]

Lessons from a life in community

Lessons from a Life in Community with Lee Warren Broadcast December 26, 2020 Transcript Available Featuring: Lee Warren, Sara Carter Synopsis In this episode, Earthaven member and School of Integrated Living co-founder Lee Warren shares what she has learned living in community for 27 years. Lee has lived at Earthaven for over 20 years, co-founded […]
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  • Patricia Kyritsi Howell

    Writer, Teacher, Herbalist

    "Lee conveys the importance of end of life planning with humor and wisdom. Together our community group was able to thoughtfully explore these decisions we tend to avoid. The sense of relief many of us felt at the end of the day was palpable. What a gift for our friends and families as we take the burden of hard decisions off their shoulders by ensuring our wishes are known ahead of time! So grateful."

  • Cat Matlock

    Yoga Instructor, Massage Therapist, Entrepreneur

    "The End of Life workshop with Lee Warren helped me to organize my thoughts while also inviting me to honor my feelings and hopes for that time of life. Lee is an excellent facilitator."