A place of resourcing, healing, transformation and harmony, Le Renard perché (the perched Fox) fits discreetly into its majestic environment. By promoting the sweetness of life of its inhabitants and the keeping of local biodiversity, the approach of happy simplicity pursued makes it possible to rediscover ancestral knowledge in the light of current scientific discoveries, to savor authentic experiences, to share in all sincerity, to slow down to find oneself better and to connect one’s body, heart and mind.
The new life of Le Renard perché (The perched Fox) stems from Libéra and Eric's desire to align their life with their ecological convictions and their philosophical journey. By allowing everyone to experience other ways of living and being in the world, the wish of Le Renard perché (The perched Fox) is to make new imaginations accessible and desirable.
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A happy simplicity and eco-responsible approach
To discover happy simplicity, you can find at Le Renard perché (The perched Fox):
To limit its environmental impact, among the ecological habits of Le Renard perché (The perched Fox) you will find:
The next projects, which will take place over several years, include the creation of an organic vegetable garden, partly suspended, and the ecological renovation of the remaining buildings.
What does the fox teach us?
The fox is a universal animal present in many traditions and philosophies around the world. Known for its adaptability, it can live in any terrestrial habitat (from deserts to the poles, from the countryside to the cities). He is a specialist in discretion, invisibility and survival by blending in with its surroundings.
It symbolizes the cunning imparted by intelligence, the ability to find solutions to new problems that arise, the agility of reasoning, dexterity, insight, the ability to perceive things as they really are and to see what others don't notice. As such, the fox encourages us to see and think further and differently, to sharpen our ingenuity, to use our intelligence in new and creative ways, to take action and to show patience, endurance and tenacity to honor our freedom.
With all its facilities, the fox also calls on us to be careful and to self-observe because, for a powerful being, it is tempting to use others rather than to serve. Also, he invites us to unity in adversity, to show warmth and gratitude, to put our gifts at the service of the community. Thus, far from the harmful being that it would be easy for him to become, the fox shows us the way to wisdom.