From of all communities we had visited, we invited Kogis to the PEACE DINNER
It took several days of preparation and a meeting in advance with one of the three Kogi-Mamas so that this encounter could take place.
Who is saying that you can meditate only cross-legged?
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.
On the morning of the Good Friday we went by boat to the Tuyuka an indigenous people near Manaus.
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.