With geomancy, in recent years we have brought together our experiences in the fields of spatial planning, business consultancy and education in various green geomantic tourism projects (Vas near Fara, Kosovelje, Rifnik and its surroundings, Labin and Zagorska Sela in Croatia). In accordance with European sustainable tourism guidelines, we are developing tourist programs that educate the public and provide visitors with deep and authentic experiences.
The KRRES Geomancy project at the archaeological site in Rifnik and the surrounding area, with its added value of spiritual and energy dimensions, involves an integrated and innovative approach to spatial and social development. The use of intuitive knowledge, which is woven into the working methodology of the project, provides a multifaceted contribution to the well-being of the environment and of people. It introduces a newly integral (natural, cultural, social and economic) model of development that signals co-existence, co-living and an expression of the deeper potentials of individuals and the landscape. This heralds a modern-day solution for various environments elsewhere in Slovenia and the world.
As the worldâ€™s first green destination, Slovenia with Integral Green Slovenia presents a development model that incorporates all the potentials of the environment and of people in an integrated manner.
With a dynamic approach, The Integral Green Slovenia encompasses all aspects of life, from the environment and heritage to science, the economy, culture and the spiritual dimension. All aspects are focused on the moral core. The process that began in Slovenia, with its integration of content and power of cooperation, must be continued outwards into the rest of Europe.
A renaissance of mankind is not possible through external means. Our relationship to the environment and to our fellow human beings is required. The dignity of man and respect for all dimensions of the planet and of nature must be re-build.
We need development that includes man and the environment as a whole and, in any basic point of departure, places the principles of equality, co-existence and co-creation between people and with nature at the heart of our basic approach.
The heritage of Europe constitutes the roots and spiritual capital of European regions, European countries and the entire continent. The mosaic of landscapes and contents from which we can, under the holographic principle, discern characteristics and identity as the basis for the construction of a common culture and common values.
The geomantic approach allows us to preserve heritage actively within the landscapeâ€™s vital-energy network. In connecting nature, culture, tourism, urbanism and spiritual heritage with the peopleâ€™s internal authentic creative power within the environment. For natural and cultural heritage protection and the transformation of superficial urbanism, tourism and education to cooperative relationships with the environment.