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MARET ANNE SARA

 Maret Anne Sara: Art & Reindeer Sami artist Máret Ánne Sara (1983) lives and works in her Arctic home town Guovdageaidnu (known as Kautokeino in Norwegian) where she was born and grew up in a traditional reindeer herding family. The Sami people are the indigenous people of Northern Europe and[...] Read More →

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A CONVERSATION WITH DAVID WHYTE

                            A CONVERSATION WITH DAVID WHYTE David Whyte is an internationally acclaimed poet and speaker. He is based in the Pacific Northwest, but has Welsh and Irish blood running through his veins. In June he visited Amsterdam[...] Read More →

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INTERVIEW SIMON HODGES

        ‘You don’t want a story to be consumed, you want it to be received’ Photo Sonia Arrepia English storyteller Simon Hodges (1983) landed in the Netherlands seven years ago in search of adventure and a creative life.Over the past few years he has been setting up storytelling[...] Read More →

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THE NECESSITY OF POETRY

  The necessity of poetry   We agree upon the necessity of the likes of food and shelter in order to surivive. What about poetry? What would a life without poetry look like? Being a poet I find that a hard question to answer so in turn I looked at[...] Read More →

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PERMACULTURE NATURE CONNECTION TWINS

          Why the nature connection and the permaculture communities are twins Photo Marit Kaemingk Since I stopped working as a journalist my work has led me into some amazing directions, such as being a solo retreat guide, a permaculture teacher, and a nature connector. The beginning[...] Read More →

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INTERVIEW LINDA WORMHOUDT

                                    ‘Ask the land what it needs’ Linda Wormhoudt (1966) lives in Amsterdam where she writes and teaches about Northwestern European shamanism. She researches sacred places in the Lowlands and Scandinavia and reintroduces[...] Read More →

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TAROT’S WILDCARD: THE LADY AND THE LION

TAROT’S WILDCARD: THE LADY AND THE LION From the Rider-Waite Tarot deck Felice Derkinderen has studied the Tarot for over sixteen years and started working as a coach using the cards as her main tool seven years ago. The earliest Tarot cards date from the 13th century but recent research[...] Read More →

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WHY WILD

Why Wild?! Welcome! This is the place where I explore the thousand faces of wildness. What does it mean to be wild? Why is wildness important? What does a wild life look like? What happens if we have too much or too little wildness? Which practices can support us integrating[...] Read More →

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CROSSROADS

                                                    CROSSROADS Do you remember the last time you were at a crossroad in your life? How did you handle it? Did you pick a[...] Read More →

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THE LOSS OF GETTING LOST

THE LOSS OF GETTING LOST When is the last time you got lost? If you haven’t during the past year, grab your chance before 2016 arrives. The importance of aimlessness can hardly get overestimated. Photo Marit Kaemingk The way you move on the land gives way to the contours of[...] Read More →

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