- When: Friday, 05 June 2020
Where: Ruskin Hall, Emerson College
Tickets: £8 General Admission / £6 Concession
This talk will be followed by a practical workshop on 6th & 7th June at the Foundation for Water building at Emerson College. Please click here to find out more or call 01342 827 967 for details.
A talk by Karsten Massei on the practice of supersensible perception of the beings behind nature.
Nature spirits, also known as elementals, are everywhere, they are very aware of humanity and want humanity to become aware of them so that we can live and work together harmoniously. It's up to humanity to make the effort to understand the lives of our hidden neighbours, their wishes and concerns, so that we can become more directly aware of them and start to work together with the beings behind nature for our mutual benefit.
Born in 1963 in Berlin, Karsten trained as a curative education teacher in Switzerland where he has lived for more than 30 years. For many years he has used his supersensible capacities to research the world of elemental beings with particular emphasis on the animal world, trees, medicinal plants, death and transformation, and meditation. In particular, he has a love for bees and works with beekeepers as well as giving seminars on bees and beekeeping. He was a keynote speaker at the Nature Spirits and Humans 2019 conference in Nottingham and has written five books about nature spirits.