Preserving our old traditions and the beauty of our human diversity can be challenging in a globalised materialistic and consumer society. And yet, bringing back to life the practices and traditions of our ancestors is vital in healing ourselves, each other and the planet.
Honouring our dead, transforming our lives
Ancestors are the dead people of our bloodlines whose souls are not currently incarnated in a physical body. Does this creep you out or excite you? You don’t need to be a psychic to build a relationship with your ancestors. In fact, mediumship or...
Tending to our deep roots
What if the source of our own pain and the agony of the planet was not separated but rather deeply entangled within the roots of our ancient ancestry? What if finding peace and personal healing was not truly possible without addressing the history and the collective wound of our society?
Ressources and inspiration
Watch this space! It is continuously being updated. Books On Indigenous Wisdom Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World by Tyson Yunkaporta Of Water and the Spirit: Ritual, Magic, and Initiation in the Life of an African Shaman by...
I want to acknowledge that my ancestors are the fruit of diverse groups who, willingly or unwillingly, crossed rivers and lands.
I also want to invite empathy and respect for those (human and non-human) enduring the ongoing harms of colonisation and occupation of their ancestral lands, and for those forced to flee due to human or climatic disruption. May they be supported and welcomed wherever they go.
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