It is said: “If you don't choose your own destiny, one will be appointed to you”. Let us help you to make the right choice.
Heart and Mind expanding books
Nothing is more inspiring than to be outside in nature, sitting around a fire under a starry night, and listen to what the local shaman or wisdom keeper has to share.
Reading a book on the couch in front of the fire place comes as a good second.
You do the Storytelling and writing, we do the Story publishing and we all do the Story reading.
There are No Coincidences
‘the Organizing Principle – There are No Coincidences’, describes a principle that determines everything that is happening to us and around us, and the language it uses for this.
Since this ‘Organizing Principle’ is not held by cause and effect, nor limited by time and space, its operation is often perceived as curious coincidences,
synchronicities and even as pure miracles
The workings of the Organizing Principle is closely connected to the collective unconscious as defined by Carl Gustav Jung and even though it regulates many aspects of our life, we can collaborate with the Organizing Principle and employ it in our favour. The more you become aware of this, the better you can participate and anticipate. Time, space and place are hereby not decisive factors. Your memory can work forward in time, showing itself as clear cases of premonition and precognition, and giving you the ability of remote viewing, while your influence can also work backward in time. You can even, as quantum physics confirms, change the past. Or know your future.
It is all in your hands. You can choose to remain passive and see what comes your way, or you can become active and take initiative.
The choice is yours...
- Storytelling becomes real, when the Story is really told -
Spend eight magical days (seven nights), trekking through mystical southern England, following
the Dragon Path in the footsteps of King Arthur and Parsifal, looking for your own personal Holy Grail.
Connecting with the ancient Celts, the great magician Merlin,
Saint George and his Dragon, the Green Man, and the mysterious crop circles.