Magic Travel – Thailand part 3


Day 7 – Day 12 Koh Samet paradise
Heavenly bliss – the island was everything and more what we hoped for – lovely beaches, blue water and luscious green around. We could feel our relax mode starting to work immediately. This was exactly why I wanted to come to Thailand in the first place.. and I was extremely pleased that we had made the decision to come. Thank you Nadia, for helping us get there.. The hotel Sky Cottage looked very nice and clean with all the modern facilities we need, the beach was around the corner. Finally Bliss… The sea was warm, the sand soft and everybody looked relaxed. Now it was our time to get relaxed. For these days I have nothing much to report as we did not do very much. Almost every day we went to the beach, we swam and then in the evening we had dinner on the beach. It was great that we could just walk along the sea to the next beach which was a lot busier but looked so inviting and charming in the evening with all coloured lights and lanterns, like a fairy tale. On one of the mornings we wanted to walk on the beach in the direction of the one little village which is on the island. The more we came into that direction, the more people we encountered and most of them were Chinese groups who had taken over the hotels and restaurants where they were staying.

This holiday it was becoming clear that tourists now are from all parts of the world, where like 10 years ago it mostly the Western people taking holidays and doing travel. Not only Chinese people were here, but also many people from Russia. I think it is good that they can now travel freely and connect with the world and other cultures, I hope we all get a better understanding of each other this way. I have always believed that travelling is the best way to open yourself up for other ways of living and this helps to understand that we all have our different ways but also that we are all human beings first. Travelling brings peace..

On one afternoon, my friend Carole went on a 6 island speedboat trip and I stayed at the beach – I decided to visit this little place on a small hill between beaches, as Carole had told me it was a magical little place where you can have lunch. As I arrived I saw this wooden cabin, with a wooden terrace on stilts – it had lounge seats and it looked very inviting. An older Thai woman, well probably my age, greeted me – she had a shirt on with lots of wholes in them and was smoking a cigarette while talking to a man who was sitting there about an experience she had in a shop where they had taken her for a tourist instead of a local. It seems she does not quite fit the picture of a typical Thai woman, she is a rebel. The pirates flag was hanging outside her cabin which said enough and on the cover of her menu she had a picture of a witch flying on a broomstick with the title Noina’s Mystic Kitchen – and subtitle: “enter at your own risk”. Now this felt as my kind of place and I immediately felt Glastonbury magical vibe, my home away from home. I had just given my order as this bubbly American woman enters and immediately says to me: “hi, what is your name?” A bit taken aback but in a pleasant way, I replied : I am Manon. “Ohh”, she says, “you speak English, how wonderful”.

She tells me that she has been staying with her Thai friend and her family and most of them do not speak English. Her name is Stacy and she is fun and enthusiastic, it made me smile. Then she makes me smile even more when she suddenly announces that she wants to sing. She takes out a little speaker and her phone – she asks Noina to turn the music that was playing off and then she turns on her speaker. “Do you know the Dixie Chicks”, she asks and I nod cause I have heard of them. She turns on a song and starts to sing along loudly and without any inhibition – I am in awe – firstly it is not bad and secondly it takes guts to just do this in front of strangers, I know as I perform myself. This day is getting better and better. I video tape her with my camera and then when she is done she asks me to sing along – I did tell her I am a Jazz singer – we both sing along to a song by Clearwater Revival – if I say this correctly.. I love this spontaneous happening. Then she asks me to sing a song and I sing Summertime – Louis Armstrong version – and it gives Stacy goose bumps, or so she says. What a splendid afternoon – but unfortunately it had to come to an end. We promise to be friends on Facebook and stay in touch. I walk away with a feeling of positive encouragement – as I had not been feeling that wonderful the last couple of days. Doubting a lot about myself – that is what a holiday can do – when you are not distracted by anything, feelings that have been pushed away come up. But Stacy showed me how to be in the moment and to just enjoy – thank you for that Stacy – I needed this.

The next day we meet up with my friend Nadja and her friend Anja, who were instrumental in getting us on the island. I had met Nadja only once in The Netherlands when I organized an Earth festival. She works with horses and she organizes tours to sacred places like me but more with the focus on horses and working with them intuitively. I followed her posts on facebook and saw she was in Thailand – she had also been in Pattaya and had gone to Koh Samet – Carole and I had been trying to decide which island to visit as we did not want to be in Pattaya for 10 days and this helped us to make up our mind. We did choose a different hotel and ended up at the perfect spot with a perfect little peaceful beach. So while we were having lunch on this beach on the second day of our stay, Nadja and Anja found us by magic, although we did tell them at which hotel we were staying, but then still it does not mean that we would be at the beach when we were. Anyway, it was so lovely connecting and we chatted away about all our experiences. They were going to stay a few more days and then travel in the direction of Cambodia – both of them were going to travel at least for 1 or 2 more months more. Anja told us that she had quit her job of many years and wanted to take this time to think about her next step. I think that it takes courage but it also proves to me that when your heart is not into what you are doing anymore, that it is wise to change course. I did this once and I know I will do this again when needed. It always means giving up certainty and it is this fear of the unknown that keeps a lot of people who would like to follow their heart from making that decision. It is the ultimate life challenge to trust that everything will be all right and that you allow yourself to be supported by the universe. Life is too short to feel trapped into a situation that gives you stress.

We met Nadja and Anja again 2 days later for dinner – another magical happening – as they had chosen a restaurant they thought nice for which I happen to have had a discount card from the manager of our hotel. What are the odds as there are many restaurants around that area. We had a very funny time with a waiter who had a crazy laughter which made us laugh even more. His history was not so funny though as he had to flee from Cambodia years ago when the country was in a state of chaos and war. But he was now living and working on Koh Samet, found friends and was happy.









We did rent a scooter one day and we drove to the south point of the island – only about 20 minute drive – we went to a beautiful beach called Ao Wai where we had a little picnic on the beach. We felt free and relaxed.. hope we can keep that feeling going.




But as I am writing this, we are back in Pattaya in our apartment and had to get back through this crazy town filled with people, cars, pollution and more. It immediately depleted our energy. We also spotted a lot of older Western men with Thai women or just on their own sitting in café’s waiting for Thai women to approach them. This made us even more sad.. Sex unfortunately is the major activity trade in this city but for me it feels like a symbol for men craving love and attention, which in this case they turn into lust. I do not want to think of all the young women and men probably even children who are used for this gain. A big culture change is needed for the Thai as they seem to accept this as normal and a good way to get an income., but at what cost?  and of course we need a big culture change too…


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Magic Travel Thailand

Day 1 – Departure

I am on my way …first quickly doing a small performance this morning with the Jazz Devas at the Glastonbury Frost Fair …and it felt frosty being on stage…ouch cannot wait to get into the warmth of the sun.. Anyway there was a good crowd – we were the opening act of the Melodrome stage and after the opening words of the mayor of Glastonbury and a lovely Jinglebell song from local musicians – a tribal version of it – we started our show with All right ok you win….and after 25 minutes ended with Ain’t nobody’s business . It felt good – the crowd was singing and swinging their hips – I think we did a nice introduction of ourselves…

After the performance I rushed home, changed clothes and got into my car. I was going to take the train to Gatwick airport where my first flight would depart from to Bangkok via Dubai. In the train I got a bit confused because it turned out that my seat was in the first class compartment. But after a quick moment I sat down with satisfaction knowing my trip started in style. At the airport where I checked in at the Emirates counter – the man looked at my boarding card and checked his screen saying with admiration: you are going on a long journey…and he named all the flights – to Bangkok then to Sydney, then to Christchurch and then back to London..Are you a member of our Skywards club he asked, of course I said…you could already qualify for Silver when you arrive in Dubai to change over to Bangkok…well that sounded good although with 1.5 hour time to change I do not think I can enjoy that Silver privilege..maybe in Sydney then….promises, promises…I have not even left the UK yet..


Day 2 – Sawadee – Welcome in Thailand

How comfortable was the flight with Emirates – their plane was amazingly nice and even the turbulence felt smooth. It was like sailing through the air… It seems the deluxe travel continues as I have manifested.. I had to transfer in Dubai – such a big airport and the skyline of that city with all these high and sleek buildings, very impressive. Would I go on holiday there? No, as I feel that city is a make belief, not authentic city with too much focus on money and status. I prefer a genuine British or Dutch landscape where nature is in charge. On the plane to Bangkok I sat next to a woman from Acra – Africa – she told me that she was on her way to a week workshop about water management and projects, for an organization that is based in the Netherlands. The Dutch and water – a golden combination. I was impressed by this young woman and her knowledge about the work she does, she is an inspiration.

I arrived in Bangkok, tired and jetlagged already. I did not have much sleep as I am terrible with sleeping on a plane. The public taxi system is very organized – you get a ticket with a lane number and your taxi is there. My taxi driver was called Singh, a very pleasant and friendly young man with good English. We talked a bit about Buddhism and he told me that as a kid they have a lot to do with Buddhism but then when he grew up it faded. He was no an active Buddhist but still respected this religion. The hotel Rambrutti Village Inn is located in the middle of the old town of Bangkok in a courtyard of a small and busy street with lots of restaurants, street carts, bars and massage places. Colourful lights were hanging from the trees and you could fee a buzzing atmosphere. After checking in, I had some noodles on a terrace and watched all the tourists go by ..they are many and from everywhere enjoying the good life. So I followed their example and got a foot massage of an half hour for only 4 pounds…good night.

Day 3 – Bangkok

The airco was very noisy but I still managed to fall asleep and woke up at 4 am..wide awake, jetlag. Reading a book for an hour helped and I went back to sleep – I could hardly get up after a good sleep, because I was still on UK time. Breakfast..slowly…fruits, eggs, rice, noodles and more, plus a coffee to finish it off. Yes, definitely feeling better. Now it was time to wait for my friend Carole who was flying in from the Netherlands. I had arranged Singh to pick her up. They almost missed each other but luckily it went well and I could greet her an hour later at the hotel. I have known Carole for years, we met at a musical we were doing in the Netherlands and became friends. She is a jazz singer too so later we were together in a jazz band called Misbehavin – sounds familiar people of Glastonbury? I exported the band name to the UK..and now it is called Miss Behavin..almost the same.


After she checked in we decided to go on the roof top and jump in the pool..lush.. and refreshing. A good lunch was the next step and we ended up in a nice little court yard at one of the most famous shopping streets of Bangkok. An ok lunch but not too impressive, the Thai restaurant in the nearby town of Glastonbury is much better. Most of these places in that area have lost their Thai authenticity unfortunately – spoiled a bit by the tourists. We did manage to find a proper Thai food place with plastic covers on the tables and bright neon light.. perfect and cheap. After that we went into a Jazz Café, called Jazz Happens and were surprised by a good performance of a Thai jazz band with a very good transgender singer. To finish off this perfect evening we had a massage done, yes another one, but this time I had my back and shoulders done and boy did she put pressure on those knots and tensions in my body. It was almost torture, but I knew I needed it because I needed to release stress. So now I will sleep so well.


Day 4

I did not sleep well at all…I could not get to sleep and in the end I only got a few hours of sleep, jetlag is a bitch. I already felt that due to changing all the time from the air conditioning to the warm weather, my cold was getting worse so all in all I felt exhausted. Nice start of the holiday. I did manage to get up on time and have our breakfast. Then we walked to the temple nearby which we wanted to see. A beautiful big Buddha temple with an enormous hall with big Buddha statues, quite impressive. Offerings could be bought like flowers and incense and people were seriously praying to the Buddha. I am always in awe when coming into a spiritual place, I feel the love and dedication of people praying here but also their concerns and worries. It felt a bit awkward taking pictures so we tried to do this respectfully. After we left the temple we were on our way to find a tuktuk, the famous Bangkok open taxis to go to the Royal Palace. According to the tuktuk man the palace was not open, why not instead take a boat ride for 1 hour passing the palace, a temple and a floating market. After some haggling over the price, which later I realised was still too high, we got into the tuktuk and were taken to the river. There we had our private longboat with an extreme big engine on the back and we went over the wild and wide river, bumping over waves that other boats caused. It was kind of fun and we saw something of the palace and the big temple but we realised it would have been better to visit them. Then we turned into a more quiet canal and suddenly 2 little boats with some wares to sell came by our boat trying to sell us something and calling out floating market! Carole and I looked at each other and laughed out loud as we realised that this was the floating market…2 boats. We imagined something else but it was funny in a way. The rest of the boat ride was fine but not major adventurous and we had to get back to the hotel to meet Singh our taxi driver who was going to take us to Pattaya. I felt even more exhausted by then and took a nap during the taxi ride of over 2 hours. When we arrived at the apartment building we could not believe our eyes: the location was quiet, it had a wonderful swimming pool and a private beach. Once inside the apartment, we were astounded even more as it was so deluxe and were in joy about the jacuzzi and the wonderful view from the balcony to the sea. I realise that my first class experience on the first day was indeed continuing. Apparently the Prime Minister of Thailand also has some apartments in the same building. Carole said it was strange that nobody was using the pool or the beach  – no other guests were around, just staff. It seems they only come sometimes or hardly at all, a bit extravagant I say. Anyway – an early night and hopefully some more sleep.

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Magic Travel

I am about to start on a journey – I will be leaving the UK at the end of November and first travel to Thailand, then to Australia and then to New Zealand…I am doing a short sabbatical – glampacking I call it as I am too old for backpacking and so I will be carrying around a proper suitcase and a small backpack. To visit Australia and New Zealand is a wish I have had for a long time, a bucket list item and since I had a miserable winter last year, I decided to leave the cold and travel to where it is warm.

My friend asked me if I had won the lottery to be able to do this journey and I said no, I am manifesting it with a bit of creative thinking and a touch of magic. It also helps to have a good network and contacts who can help you on the way.. My aim is to connect with them and also make new friends and if I get stuck on the way..financially speaking..I know there will be a solution but just in case I will be bringing my tarot cards to do readings and hopefully I can offer some Avalon workshops. I will go with the flow…although I have already organised a good part of the journey..

My journey starts in Thailand – and I will be joined by my Dutch friend Carol who will stay with me until I continue to Australia. Sun, sea and relax is what I see with a bit of some excursions to see temples and other interesting places. My birthday will be on the last day of that stretch and I am glad my friend is with me.. I find it difficult to celebrate days like that without my loved ones. Christmas is another one but I have decided to do a yoga week at a Krishna centre and I know I will be surrounded by beautiful beings. In Australia I will also be visiting a childhood friend who I have not seen for more than 30 years and I will be catching up with my good friend who I met in Glastonbury, Jess.. Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne – that is my triangle where I will be travelling and staying. There is so much more to see of course, Australia is huge.

After the New Year I will go to New Zealand for 4 weeks – arriving in Christchurch – I have not arranged anything yet for the first 2 weeks but I have offered to do some volunteer work for the last 2 weeks at a beautiful centre near Auckland in New Zealand..and they have accepted I feel very happy about that. Travelling for 2.5 months is the longest I have ever done. I have travelled before many times, but never longer than 4 weeks. I did live twice for 6 months in the USA and on St Maarten, a Caribbean island so I know how it is to be away for a longer period. I have always loved my travels – it opens up the world and it gives me a chance to encounter other cultures and learn from them. I believe that everybody, especially when they are young, should travel at least once to another country and experience other ways of living.

I will be writing a travel blog and post my pictures…

talk soon….Manon



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A true Ireland experience

In 2016 I went to Ireland to prepare for an Samhain Ireland tour in 2017. I stayed with my friend and student Olive, a true Irish Earth Priestess, who lives not far from Cork. I was interested to see the ancient and sacred sites around where she lives and so I did. I have written a little blog about it and hope it will inspire you to come this way as well… either on my tour or to visit Olive who can organise bespoke tours and magically guide you in her home country.


I am staying in a little village with the unpronounceable name Inchigeela, about an hour from Cork. There is not much out here, but it is surrounded by beautiful rugged landscape and that is exactly why my friend Olive has chosen to live here. She is an Earth Priestess, like me and loves being in nature – for her that energy is like manna from heaven. It keeps her alive and going and I know all about that: the clear energy of the earth, of nature is like nourishment to our souls. The Irish landscape around here certainly gives me that and on our first day I got a good impression of the spectacular nature that Ireland has to offer.

Gap of Dunloe

We leave to go by car to Killarney in County Kerry – it is an hour drive and Olive knows a shortcut which takes us on a winding small road through brownish rough countryside – so unspoilt and so unique. Our first stop is at a place called the Gap of Dunloe, located not far from Killarney. The Gap of Dunloe is exactly what it says: a gap between two mountains, a narrow steeped gorge of almost 6.5 km long. We walk towards the Gap on a road through the rocky mountainous area, passing an old stone bridge and some houses later on the way. We have to be careful as horse carriages with tourists who do not want to do the long walk race by us and even though this is an old tradition, I do not feel the horses like it that much running up and down that road with sometimes heavy loads. Anyway, we are the die-hards and walk on to the gap.. and at a certain point we have to stop as we are already far out and still need to walk back, but it is so much worth it to see the impressing mountains on both sides of the gap – giving us a glimpse maybe of another world behind it?

Killarney: Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle

After a good walk, it is time for lunch and we head off to Killarney town, which turns out to be a  lovely place with loads of Irish pubs, restaurants and shops. All with names like: O’Connors, Kate Kearny, O’Leary’s..which really makes you feel that you are indeed in Ireland. Killarney has a lot to offer so we go next to Torc Waterfall which is located in the National Park – the waterfall is a very romantic site – I can see wedding pictures being taken there… Beautiful flowing water on the rocks, and so easy to get to. There are steps leading up to take us above the waterfall, just 5 minutes says Olive to reassure me that it is not a high climb. But it takes longer than that as I am puffing and sighing, asking are we there yet???? But when we get there it is worth it – and I can see a beautiful place for rituals and ceremony next time we come down there. Water is an important element to work with, representing the flow of our emotions, feelings, our intuition and our connection with the moon.

I do feel refreshed after that climb and I am ready for our next stop: Ross Castle. Olive used to work there and knows her way around there like no one else. It is an old medieval castle, small though, located at the edge of stunning lake. You can take a boat ride and go for instance to the Gap of Dunloe … very nice idea. The fall colours of the trees make the sight of the lake surrounded by those trees and with a small island here and there very beautiful. More manna from heaven.

The land around here so far has given me that energy I hoped to find – a authentic pure earth energy which can help with any transformational work I would like to do.

The Shire

Satisfied and happy we decide we want to find the Shire, yes Lord of the rings; we saw a sign just outside of Killarney. What a great idea to have a drink while chatting to the hobbits and maybe catch a surprise visit from Gandalf himself… Alas this was not meant to be, as it turned out that Shire was not were we thought it would be.. so we end up at a typical Irish pub..still it was a good day.

Gougan Barra

This morning I was on my own – Olive went to do her magic somewhere else. I got written out directions to some places I would find I got in the car and went to find these places. First one is called Gougan Barra – and when I arrived I saw an old church on the side of a lake with a beautiful hills behind it – a picture of severe beauty it is and so peaceful. I walked to the church and next to it was behind a wall – 8 Monk cells and in the middle a big cross. According to historical notes, this place was used to hold Roman Mass in a time when it was forbidden to do so. Anyway, now it is just very picturesque and there is some amazing nature near to it. After a very good coffee at the local hotel I moved on to the next site.


I went to the stone circle of Kealkil as it was on my way – I did not know what to expect as it seemed to only have a small circle, but still I went to visit it. High on a hill with beautiful views on the sea is where I found myself and after having sucked in by some mud, I got to the stone circle – just 5 stones and behind it two big standing stones with next to that a small cairn. It exudes very nice energy and I enjoyed being there.. certainly worth my visit.


To continue: on I went to the fishing town of Bantry – it was cute and I had the best seafood chowder there, but there was not much to see other then some shops and a small bay harbour.

Lady Well

On my way to Bantry I had seen a sign near a graveyard saying Lady Well and I wanted to see what that was all about. I walked first passed an old graveyard – quite big and I love the graveyards in Ireland: the big Celtic crosses and spooky stones…lovely. At the back of the graveyard I found a well, surrounded by many Mary statues in blue/white – a lovely feminine energy – soft and sweet.


For the evening we had exciting plans…a Halloween medieval banquet at a hotel – about 1.5 hour drive from where I was staying. Well, it better be worth it…and it was indeed. It was one of the best evenings I have had in a long time. The hotel had outdone itself organising it – everyone was dressed up so nice, and so were we. The atmosphere was so friendly and relaxed, we really wanted to stay there forever.


Bank holiday in Ireland – I went by myself to a place nearby called Macroom – a little town with some shops, restaurants, a small castle and a very nice hotel which I went to check out for the trip. On my way back I stopped at an interesting site along the road – many tree stumps coming out of sand and water – a bit spooky and very Samhain. The place is called the Gearagh, which sounds so Lord of the Rings.

In the evening it was trick or treat and we received many wonderful dresses up children at the door. After they left we went to an old century to do ritual for bringing in Samhain – it was peaceful and beautiful.


On our way to another stone circle – called Drombeg, also known as the Druid’s Altar – this is one of Ireland’s well known stone circles. We had to drive more than one hour but when we got there it was amazing:  the circle has 17 stones – two stones are marking the entrance and are a bit higher than the others. Nearby are the remains of a cooking place – where according to Olive the little waterhole was used to make mead, honey wine.. for more info:

It was time to leave the Cork area and the wonderful hospitality of Olive – I had to go in the direction of Dublin as I needed to fly form there the next day. i had really enjoyed myself and learned more about the wonders of Irish country side. The program for the tour next year is clear so mission accomplished thanks to Olive. Olive de Ville is an Celtic Earth Priestess and she specialises in hand fasting ceremonies. She is also a wonderful guide, archeologist and knows about I Irish myths. Look her up :

The Samhain Ireland Tour will take place from 28 October to 3 November 2017 – please check this link for more information.

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The Transformational Power of Sacred Sites

Earth is amazing isn’t it? The nature and landscape makes you wonder how anything like that could have been created in the first place. Of course there are many theories about that, but I just feel the magic of it all makes you respect it and appreciate it. True nature oozes an energy that is nourishing to our souls and that can connect us to our own true nature. We are nature beings, children of the earth and we need the earth energy to keep us sane and in balance. Especially in a world that has created so many unnatural living environments and conditions. It is a like putting a butterfly in a jar with just enough oxygen to survive – there is no way this butterfly can be free. that is what has been done with us human beings – our jar is called The Economy and for most of us it means that we are not getting what we really need to thrive. We are just getting enough to live but in a very constraint environment. And we wonder why more and more people need health care and hospitals are overflowing..
Nature was not designed to keep us locked up in a jar, nature is a healthy environment: just a walk in a forest will clear your mind and make you feel better. Nature is our best healer. We are nature beings and we are so deeply connected that in order to keep a healthy balance in life, it is wise not to forget your connection to nature. We need her energy to feed our souls.

If you ever been to a place which stirred up some deep emotions, than you have been to a power place, even if it is not listed as one. There are many power places on this planet where people are drawn to even though they do not know why. I live in the power place of the heart Glastonbury where the energy is so special that people get called to come and visit even though they do not know why. Other places like it are Sedona in the USA, with its magnetic red rocks and vortex energies. Or what about Mount Shasta in North California which draws people to her and radiates a warm energy even though she is covered with snow.. These are natural places, but also men made places built on energetic spots are power places, sacred places, like Stonehenge, temples in Greece and Turkey and more. But then there also places in other parts of the world where I have not been myself yet, but would love to visit: Machu Picchu in Ecuador, Uluru (Ayers Rock) in Australia, Pyramids of Egypt, Mount Fuji..and many more. What is it that makes these places so special??


Many people speak of a raised awareness when they are at these power places, and of a healing power, but most of all of a transformational effect these places seem to have. Their higher energy speeds up the transformational process within us and it helps us connecting to deeper awareness in our bodies and in our souls. I experienced this myself when visiting Glastonbury – the first time I felt such an expansion of energy, of freedom and acceptance that I could not believe that this was possible. The many times that I went back there over a period of 10 years only increased rapidly the transformation that I was going through, which in the end lead me to change my life completely and choose to live from the heart. There was no way back I had to change or I would have lost my soul. Glastonbury also know as the isle of Avalon has this magnificent energy field which seems to be coming from underneath the Tor, a big natural hill, where more than 10 Ley lines cross causing this big vortex energy to spread out over Glastonbury. I sometimes call it the bubble – and every time I step out of this bubble – I feel different: less nourished, more fearful and a bit scared. Why? I feel because I am back in the rat race from which I escaped, an unnatural created society that functions from the mind instead of from the heart.

So what creates the power of a sacred place? It is the higher level of energy caused by certain conditions of the landscape, like the presence of Ley Lines or the geometry of buildings like the pyramids or stone circles. It accelerates transformation and helps people become more aware of their soulful being. Take a pilgrimage to any of these places and find out how this effects you…

Or come with me to Sedona, Turkey, Glastonbury or Ireland this year and let me guide you to some of the most amazing power places there are.
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