Sun, 25 Sep | Southern Africa

Harmonic Resonance Journey

Journey of power to South Africa. Journey 1: Cape Town, Cape Peninsula and Bushman’s Kloof. Journey 2: East Coast & Garden Route. A unique opportunity for nature lovers to experience the subtle forces that underlie and define the landscape, as we walk in the footsteps of the ancient Khoisan people.
Harmonic Resonance Journey

Time & Location

25 Sep, 11:00 – 10 Oct, 11:00
Southern Africa

About the Event

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ITINERARY AND PICTURES FOR THIS JOURNEY

The Facilitators:

Dean Liprini will guide our journey.

 

Fleur de Wet will share the Circle Dances during our journey. She lives both in Argentina and in South Africa and has been teaching circle dance since 1997. She coordinates journeys, encounters and international dance workshops in Latin American and southern African countries.

Walking in the footsteps of the ancient San people

Dates: 25th of Sept to 10th of Oct 2022

Total cost: USD $3750. Partial Journey $2500

Closing date for enrolment: 1st of April 2022

- CAPE TOWN and the CAPE PENINSULA -

A First Encounter with Africa’s Resonant Song through Circle Dance, Toning and Meditation

The Cape Peninsula, at the south western tip of Africa, functions as a massive receptor and conveyor of sound. Due to its geological formation and composition, it acts as a gigantic tuning-fork for the entire continent. It consists of a crystalline matrix held in a bedrock of igneous granite. Large quantities of silica, mica and quartz lie within the matrix - all of these are elements associated with radio transmission. The Cape Peninsula functions not only as a massive receptor, but also as a transmitter of sound.

This gigantic geological tuning fork is activated through the primal vibrations generated by the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. As the crystalline structure within the peninsular granite resonates to the oceanic sounds, the frequencies are transmitted through the matrix and across the entire continent. They travel along energy pathways that connect to different geological vortices, activating and intensifying the specific qualities of these sites.

Our purpose is to journey to seven energy vortices situated on the Peninsula, Cape Town and Table Mountain. In these places, we will add our song and dance to the tuning fork’s resonance, invoking personal and planetary healing and receiving the benefits of this practice into our physical

and subtle bodies. When we achieve harmonic resonance with the earth, our healing intention will be amplified and distributed throughout the crystal grid network of Mama Africa’s body.

At these seven sites, we will acknowledge and honour the great principles of the Feminine and the Masculine as reflected by the outer, and our inner, landscapes. By recognizing the union between these principles, we can recognize the universal Child in every living being.

The cost of the programme includes daily circle dance, practices and techniques for harmonizing the chakra system, visits to different nature reserves with their ecosystems uniquely adapted to the deep southern regions of Africa, all outings and walks specified in the itinerary, a traditional African drumming class, 3 meals a day, accommodation and all overland transport.

Not included: International flights, medical insurance, drinks and tips.

Enrolment and bookings: Please click the RSVP button

IMPORTANT: South Africa requires a YELLOW FEVER vaccination certificate if you are travelling from, or live within, a risk zone (e.g. certain South American countries) – the authorities will demand to see the original certificate together with your passport. Please verify whether you need one. Also check on VISA requirements for your country. All passports must be valid for at least six months longer than your intended stay (i.e. minimum of 6 months validity after exit date from South Africa).

Activities will not be suspended if it rains (except for the ascent up to Table Mountain/ descent to Dias Beach at Cape Point) – please bring your oilskins, umbrellas etc. The climate can be quirky at the tip of Africa, so bring your windbreaker, sneakers, autumn gear and early winter woollies. T-shirts are good for sunny day hikes, as well as hats, sunscreen and bathing costumes.

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