Talks & Speakers

We have many exciting and enlightening talks lined up for you across the weekend from renowned international speakers who are also authors. Each speaker brings their own unique perspective on the kingdom of elemental beings and our place alongside it.

 

Nature spirits are real

We are at a momentous time in human history when scientific and spiritual inquiry is coming to the same conclusion – that other realms, invisible to the human eye, exist, and are realms peopled by conscious and intelligent beings.

Nature Spirits dwell in the etheric realm and work with and within the elements of earth, air, fire and water to create and support all forms on our planet.  Their deep desire is to co-create with human beings a world that is in harmony with natural and spiritual laws, a world which will, as a result, be healthy and beautiful.

Speaker: Tanis Helliwell

Tanis Helliwell MEd. is a mystic who has been seeing elementals and beings of other realms since childhood.

 Speaker: Tanis Helliwell

Speaker: Tanis Helliwell


Transforming the Earth through cooperation with elemental beings

The beings of the elemental world have gifts for humans that can be of great significance. To earn these gifts, however, it is necessary for us to cooperate with them and to ask how we can support them in their work of transformation.

Higher elemental beings are usually bound to their tasks in nature but there are some who, due to their stage of development, can draw closer to human beings. These elementals see what we don’t, the vital position that human beings hold in relation to nature and the development of the earth. And they suggest actions we can take – the results of which, to the elementals, are like “pure, liberating, healing light” whereas our unconscious activities invisibly work like poison in their world.

Speaker: Karsten Massei

Author of School of the Elemental Beings (2011), Karsten has been delivering seminars on supernatural perception since 2004.

 Speaker: Karsten Massei

Speaker: Karsten Massei


Communicating and co-creating with the elemental kingdom

Our universe is not a vast soulless, loveless space ruled by random, arbitrary forces – rather, it is a loving Being inhabited by a great choir of creator beings and elementals who animate and organise physical phenomena in a precise and measured way (while simultaneously responding to feedback from the front line of an ever-evolving environment). These elementals and nature spirits are waiting to be reunited with us, and, as emissaries of higher spiritual beings, wish to assist us at this time. But for this to happen, we have to step into their world and meet them in their own territory.

Based within the context of this expansive and living reality, Susan’s presentation will explore the supersensible substance and dynamics of the elemental kingdom and then look at ways in which we can work in co-creative partnership with them.

Speaker: Susan Raven

Susan presents talks and workshops around the UK offering a practical methodology for communicating with the realm of Nature Spirits.

 Speaker: Susan Raven

Speaker: Susan Raven


Developing the capacities to work with nature spirits

In his keynote presentation, Ian will outline clear methods for the development of capacities that allows one to see and interact with the worlds of nature spirits and, critically, how one can differentiate between what are memories, fantasies and true intuitions.

He will share his own story and some of his experiences and encounters with different beings – such as the beings of rivers and of famous paintings – and describe how he was able to work with them. Ian will also speak out of his own insight about our chakras (“wheel” in Sanskrit, the traditional term for our internal spiritual “organs of perception”) which, when correctly developed alongside other organs, can allow us to merge with parts of a “World-Mind”.

Speaker: Ian Trousdell

Ian has been working with Rudolf Steiner’s method of developing spiritual-scientific perception for over 45 years.

 Speaker: Ian Trousdell

Speaker: Ian Trousdell