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“Through exploring visible landscape and complementing it with experience and recognition of the subtle dimension (vital-energy, emotional, spiritual dimension) this journey has become a form of initiation, healing, expansion of consciousness about myself and about the landscape through which we traveled. Such experience and deep connection to the landscape, to people is a form of holistic ecology, a way to learn, to hear and understand deeply, a way to co-create a new culture for/of Human&Earth.”

Manuela  Kaniški, geo-engineer.  Participant on the Strait of Gibraltar journey, 2014.



“It seems that nature has been, for a long time, trying to get our attention, for she has a story to tell. It is a tale of wonder, a tale of woe, a tale of glory, of beauty and adventure beyond the imagination. But to hear this tale is a journey in itself.

The course took 14 experienced and new storytellers on this journey. Deeper and deeper into the heart of the earth, into the heart of ourselves, so that we can listen, hear this tale and deliver it back. In these changing times we find ourselves in, there has never been a greater need for this story to be told and for this story to be heard.

The course is a beautiful combination of geomancy (earth divination) with Karmit and storytelling with Roi. It is not like any other storytelling course on offer, it is something quite other. Allowing us participants an opportunity to deliciously slow right down, and allow our intuitive self to step forward and simply listen, on a deeper level than ever before.

Outside, opening up all our senses and working very much from the place of the heart, we approached spaces in nature, and I have to say it was quite incredible what comes through, when you balance the logical, rational thinking self, with completely opening, sensing and using your intuition. It was liberating. Using movement, sound and words, we embodied nature, allowing her to speak to us and through us. We wove beautiful poetry and stories, that took us on journeys, much like the Wonder Tales themselves.

Inside, guided by Karmit, we journeyed deep into the earth, to meet with Gaia, collecting and entwining our journeys into stories to provide a collective essence of what we had experienced.  The course was very much a course of the ‘heart’, for this is the place we would spend most of our time working from, because it is the energy of the heart that allows the channels to open and connect us to nature, allowing the story to simply unfold.”

Katie Jones,  participant in Earth Speaks storytelling course, 2013



“…We started the process with two journeys: one journey travelling on the rhythm of the drum, introducing ourselves to the cave; the other one by car to the Pileta cave, in order to get an impression of what a functioning cave, a portal, feels like.

And that’s where I met Her. A woman standing with her two feet strong on the ground, raising her arms just as firmly up to the sky. Una mujer bien puesta, I would call her in Spanish. Or in other words an atmosphere present in the Pileta cave that two of us perceived through the above picture. Her, an energy that I first met in this cave and that I am still learning from today.

Karmit and Imelda guided us through magical moments of tuning into the land, artistic expression, and bird watching. Moreover there was always enough space to share the experiences about this for many of us yet so newly entered world. And last but not least the food was incredibly good. Thanks!!!  And just now I realise that we were actually 8 people, born in 6 different countries, with 6 different mother tongues – and it was just normal.”

Katharina Hoepner, Germany, Participant in Gnosis of the Land, 2013 


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