‘the stone spoke to us and borrowed our time, bodies and minds to re-make the world and ourselves anew’

‘we learnt about the scalability of stone work’

‘we learnt that stones, like us, desire good relationships where the qualities of stability, support, close connection and care come together’

‘at first we were afraid to take risks and experiment but we soon realised that the stone welcomed learning and innovation through play’

‘as novices we learnt to build a dry stone wall; paradoxically a structure designed to separate brought us together’

‘time and space were transformed; flow states of functioning took over and we trusted our gut instinct; we became whole; on these days we made our best work’

‘we continue to learn about the nature of the universe and our connected humanity by creatively working an playing with stone’



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