Sacred Womb Space
The womb space is the centre of our intuitive and creative power. In this course we will explore the womb space, release suppressed energies to enable a free flow of vital energies and learn tools to establish and maintain a close relationship to this powerful part of ourselves.
Spiritual Business & Resilience
We are part of our environment, we are intimately connected to it and we have a responsibility for it. In this course you will address topics such as:
multi-culturalism – doing business from a holistic indigenous perspective
social enterprise & community orientation – guidelines and models for sustainable and resilient business practices
spiritual business – holding space for the sacred
Vision Quests are an ancient way of reconnecting with our deep nature, align ourselves with natural rhythms and cycles and find clarity and guidance, reflected to us in Nature. Our ancestors have used the power of "time out of time" and re-TREAT-ed themselves to precious dream time on a regular basis. They knew that this is essential for keeping all things alive and in balance.
Nature Connection & Interspecies Communication
I run various courses & camps for young and older ones to develop and maintain a deep connection to their innate dream power, to read energy fields, to get guidance and advice from "spirit world", to hold space for the sacred in their lives and to enter direct communication beyond words and beyond our own species.
I also run courses specifically for educators to implement some "tools" and exercises into their work with young ones.
The way we are born affects the way we live our lives. In these courses I share a wide array of information to address not only the physical aspects of conception, pregnancy and birth, but also the mental, emotional and spiritual components to enable parents-to-be to make conscious choices.
Collaborative "landdesign" - an indigenous approach
Collaborative land design means to acknowledge and respect the spiritual/energetic essence of the land including all its inhabitants, going beyond the focus of human perspectives. This holistic approach is about humans re-integrating into the “bigger picture”, into the web of life, tuning in and collaborating with the land and other life forms, rather than imposing ideas and concepts without previous communication.