The Seiviaka-community lives in a village further above in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.
The drive to the Tungueka´s Kogi-village passes off over scree, through water and narrow roads.
With respect and in dignity we stand at the entrance of the village which is marked in the earth by a big heart-shaped stone.
A further experience took place when we visited a school on the banks of the Rio Negro.
For us as plant healing group we have a deep wish to protect and to honor each plant in order to help for their preservation.
On the morning of the Good Friday we went by boat to the Tuyuka an indigenous people near Manaus.
The South American rainforest with his water wealth is not only important as green lung for the world.
Deep connectivity and contacts of the hearts between humans and animals, from heart to heart.
It is once again becoming clear to us that the conservation, protection and restoration of balance is essential to Mother Earth; as well as the connectedness of the people to her.
When we travel, we plant trees. It is a catalyst and symbol for peace for human beings and for the appreciation and healing of nature and Mother Earth.
When we travel, we travel at every level – to countries, specific locations and cultures and within our own hearts and the hearts of others.
This excursion was set up for the purpose of an encounter between humans and animals. We visited an elephant park.
We expressed our openness and appreciation towards all religions by visiting a Hindu temple ceremony as well.
We experienced connections and our hearts were deeply touched during our five-hour visit to the Rumah Bapaku children’s home.
The holiest Hindu holiday, the Balinese New Year festival, called Nyepi Day, fell exactly in the time of our trip to Bali. Nyepi is the Balinese day of silence and meditation.