For a better connectedness with nature and land, individuals need to be more open on all levels. We know a lot about nature. Various sciences study it meticulously from various perspectives. However, we do not know how to connect with nature, to become open to it on an emotional and spiritual level.
Public education and awareness raising
Courses and workshops for three key target groups – educators and teachers, locals and tourist guides – help change the attitude towards nature.
From thinking to sensation, from mental concepts to relationships
The emphasis of the educational process is on the formation of mental concepts. Mindfulness and sensitisation exercises open up a different perception of the landscape. We experience the environment with all our senses, stimulate internal senses, and are fully present in the experience. The impressions gains are individual and support the personal engagement in the exploration process. They help us recognise subtle dimensions of nature and the environment.
Cooperation with space must primarily be learned from tradition. This is a prerequisite for understanding how our ancestors lived, learned from nature, and sought adaptation with cycles. On the other hand, every day we can feel the current situation in the environment, how it changes, and where it is currently located in its development. Geomantic analysis is a comprehensive work of gradual discovery of land. An analysis reveals what residents unconsciously feel as deeper potentials of space. Like with a person, who needs a suitable mirror of a mentor to develop their creative potentials.
Geomantic green tourism
Tourism has a significant effect on the environment. It can be a part of the general chain of consumerism of mass conformism or part of the tourism that educates, raises awareness, heals and provides a high-quality offer. With the new programmes of geomantic green tourism, we strengthen the identity and recognition of a place not only with visitors, but also with locals. It is of paramount importance that they know the features of their place, live with these qualities, use them and utilise them in their plans.