Speaker | Visionary | Naturepreneur
Plant music has been shown to have a wide-range of benefits, including but not limited to: accelerated healing in rehabilitation clinics, enhancing work by healers, improved blood circulation and less coagulation, and positive results to both medical and emotional recovery. It is vitally important that we encourage, diffuse, and fund this research. Want to be a part of this cutting-edge research?
We have the greatest possibility of creating sustainable, ecological and happy lives in our cities, but only when we actively bring the plant world back into the matrix and co-create a new reality. Urban green projects, biomimicry and architecture fused with nature are the keys to cities that foster healthy and connected living. How can you be an active part of bringing nature back into the city?
Damanhur is a Federation of spiritual communities and temple builders in Italy with its own constitution, culture, art, music, currency, and uses of science and technology. It has captivated attention around the world as a laboratory for experimenting with new ways of living, in harmony with nature and its elements and forces. Soak up Damanhur and its practical knowledge in Florida.
My journey has led me around from a multi-ethnic upbringing to the high-tech industry, alternative dance culture, the performing arts, and to one of the largest spiritual eco-communities in the world. Along the way I learned that it really does take a village to make a lasting change. My mission is to help you find your, personal community of knowledge, transformation, and love.
Connecting with and appreciating the plant world is not just a lovely notion about enjoying nature; it’s absolutely essential to our health and survival as a human species. Tigrilla’s passion for and deep knowledge of intra-species (human and plant) communication and Music of the Plants makes her one of the world’s leading experts in the field of plant research and experimentation. Collaborating with her on “projects of this nature” is always joyful and meaningful, as her work has profound implications for our planet.
Ada is dedicated to the empowerment of women and to help them embrace the inner Goddess. Her ancestral lineage comes from the Inca tribe, with a rich and strong connection to earth-based traditions. She has been mentoring women esoterically for over two decades and is an initiate of the Damanhur School of Meditation. Her experiences and hardships endow her with the gift to find that elusive connection to the Goddess, which she brings to her collaboration with Tigrilla. Together, they work to anchor the Divine Feminine in the Earth Realm.
As the managing director of INBI World—international foundation that promotes internal and external development using ancient Daoist knowledge adapted for modern-day conditions—Roman coordinates operations in China, Australia, Russia, Argentina and other INBI branches around the world. Working with Tigrilla, he is finding new ways to merge Taichi Chuan and the Daoist Alchemy of his school with the Esoteric Alchemy and Plant World Research of the Damanhur community to create new empowerment programs and experiences around the world.
Over the years, my work has taken on several facets, though the underlying theme of service to humanity has always been the same. To create the world we dream of, we need to
As a speaker at the Green Culture Forum last week, I had to ask myself this question…. several times. Being a conference on climate change and sustainable culture, I felt the need to examine my own behavior with relation to the natural world.
Mäntyharju, Finland feels like a place right out of a picturesque movie. Birch and pine trees cover much of the landscape, as do the over 420 lakes scattered amongst the trees. There is a tranquility here that I have not felt in a long time. Very synchronic, given the hectic stress I have been feelingContinue Reading Interspecies Duet: Ilkka the human and Pansy the plant
Sunday was a long day: two hours ironing the hospitality bedding and four hours cooking for the family. By seven o’clock, I was exhausted physically, but the excitement of the evening was like an adrenaline rush that, along with a shower, pushed away the day’s weight. I felt like a giddy teenager going to herContinue Reading Meeting my #professionalcrush
“Juana has Alzheimer’s. As did Liliam, oh and both Mar’s parents are currently in homes. Margarita was just diagnosed…” I would love to say the list stopped there, but it continued on for far longer than I would have liked. As Mom and I compared stories of who was at what level of the disease,Continue Reading Can Plant Music Really Help Alzheimer’s Patients?