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Khoi Culture - The Wisdom of the Animals

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October
24
Saturday
October 24th
16:00 SAST

About this Webinar:


This is the second of a series of three interactive webinars based upon Khoi Culture and Interspecies Communication.




Part 2


We start the webinar with a Khoi Blessing Ceremony for the animals and nature.


Chief Stephen is a great advocate for wildlife in South Africa and has spoken out for Lions, Elephants and Baboons.


In this webinar he tells us stories about the sacred animals of the Khoi, what they represent and the wisdom received from them.


Q&A

Participants are welcome to ask questions, as this will be an interactive webinar.

Meditation


Wynter will close with a grounding and connecting meditation to help you reconnect with nature and your sacred animals.


By the end of this webinar we hope you are able to bring some of this knowledge into your everyday life.




Support

All proceeds will go towards assisting the continuance of the Khoi Culture in the Cape Peninsula

about

About Wynter

Wynter is based in Cape Town and has been practicing as a Professional Interspecies Communicator since 2001. She is the author of "Where is Biggles?" and teaches introduction and advanced workshops internationally. Her deep love is for African Wildlife. She works closely with Baboon Matters Trust and the Global White Lion Protection Trust who she supports through the global meditations and prayers. She is one of the few people invited to facilitate groups at Tsau Conservancy in South Africa where the rare and sacred White Lions roam free in a protected area of their endemic homeland. She has now started Virtual journeys to these sacred lands.

In 2010 she founded AnimalTalk Africa's online Academy, which has developed into an international like-minded community of people learning how to communicate with the animals.

To learn more about her work please visit www.animaltalkafrica.co.za

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About Chief Stephen

Chief Stephen Fritz, of the South Peninsula Khoi Council in Ocean View, Cape Town, is known as “Xoma”, meaning “son of the soil”. He is passionate about the Khoi heritage and dedicated to preserving the ancient ways and the sacred spaces.


Chief Stephen recognizes that we are facing a global crisis which threatens the extinction of both indigenous knowledge and life on earth. He believes it is crucial to ensure that the Khoi origin, heritage and sustainable ways are not forgotten, for the good of all beings. Join us for a fascinating and fun talk where Chief Stephen reveals some of the almost forgotten wisdom of the Khoi and how intespecies communication is integral to their culture.

October
24
Saturday
October 24th
16:00 SAST