Calling all conscious creatures in Ireland! This year’s Conscious Concert theme is Serendipity. Delighted to provide the space for amazing humans to meet each other, connect, be still, dance, love, sing, share your art & your medicine.
Shipibo designs and art, known as Kené, express an energy matrix woven through all of creation. Inspired by nature and observation of the environment it not only is rooted in the shamanistic visions but, more importantly, in the profound connection with the ecosystem the Shipibo-Conibo tribes are settled in. As such, Kené is not just an art style but it does belong to the ecosystem and is present, in the first place, in plants and animals throughout the Amazon basin.
From documentaries to full feature movies, here is Pangean’s selection of inspirational videos that touch the subject of plant-based medicinal work and can contribute to the understanding of the complex phenomena the jungle shamanism is.
“We come to Pu’uloa because we want what’s best for our keiki (children). Pu’uloa holds two on my children’s piko. Their kupuna (elders) brought them here and created puka (hole) where their piko (cord) would rest, sealed under a stone. These two keiki, now adults care for me, their own ‘ohana (families), as well as our entire ‘ohana.” – Minnie Kaawaloa, Hawaiian Elder.
My Tour de Force around Gaia brought me to mesmerising island of Bali, a truly magical land of both tranquility and high vibrational madness. Everything happens for a reason, they say, and the reason for me to walk on this land was found quite organically. I am a knowledge addict, wisdom hunter and worshiper of the intellect. I strongly believe we are in the moment of global transition into a New Earth Nation where the will to coexist, learn from each other, progress in peace and evolve consciously, will propel us beyond the broken facades of politically constructed frames right into a new land of Pangea Ultima. Continue reading “NewEarth Festival : The bridge between the Ancient and the Future”
Petroglifos de Toro Muerto (Coordinates: 16°13’20”S 72°30’28”W) is certainly one of the most amazing places I have ever discovered. Founded by the Wari (Huari) culture (500-900 AC) and located in the high Peruvian desert, part of the Colca Valley, Toro Muerto (Eng. Dead Bull) is a collection of ancient petroglyphs scattered over the area of over 5 km2 and consisted of thousands of volcanic boulders from two relatively close volcanoes, the Chachani and Coropuna, with thousands of carvings portraying people, various animals, birds, lizards and mysterious patterns. The site blew my mind to pieces. I found this isolated spot exceptional for at least few reasons. Continue reading “The Mystery of Toro Muerto’s Petroglyphs”