Arguing that what the earth chiefly needs is conscious human cooperation beyond the material realm, this unique, interactive, spiritual perspective on how to save the planet describes ways to communicate with Gaia herself and become her hands, allowing her to use her vast resources to save all the creatures on her surface, including humans. Because people have forgotten how to listen and converse with the goddess, this book purports that she uses natural catastrophes as her "hands," to get humankind's attention. By using the exercises for personal growth, readers can learn to use their emotions, intuition, and feelings rather than intellect and these traumas will be avoided and replaced with joy and companionship.
Table of Contents
Note: The book is composed of text, illustrative drawings and meditations, the two last designed to take the reader's consciousness to deeper levels than would be accomplished by the text alone. There are 23 chapters of text devoted to the places and landscapes that form the solid foundation for the energetic spiral circling the earth, and a further 36 dealing with various themes that are crucial to this current epoch of great transformation. The relevant drawings and meditations accompany the text. Foreword 1. Earth Space; the Ecosphere and the Earth Cosmos 2. The bell is tolling for epochal change 3. New York: the megaliths of Manhattan 4. A synergetic world picture 5. The worlds of inward earth 6. Santiago de Compostella, Spain: the path of the heart 7. Earth and the human being as a heart system 8. The space of love! 9. Rennes le Chateau, France: landscape temple of the Grail 10. Religion of the soul 11. This earth's league of beings 12. Avebury, England: stone circles; crop circles 13. The End Time 14. Inner Earthly Worlds 15. Geneva: interdimensional portals 16. Malta: roots of creation 17. Seeland, Switzerland: the landscape of the ensouled earth 18. Storms on the emotional plane 19. Deliverance from the pattern of force 20. Paderborn, Germany: healing, holy water 21. A revolution in heaven 22. The story of Noah's ark 23. Venice: perfume of paradise 24. Presence of the departed 25. The surprise in the backspace 26. Hallstatt, Austria: dual pyramids in the landscape 27. Universal language 28. New way of perception 29. Gotland, Sweden: the cosmic heart system 30. End of materialism 31. The politics of the pure heart 32. Prague, Czech Republic: an alchemical landscape 33. Finland: country as organism 34. The Luciferic syndrome 35. Gift of the body 36. Sarajevo, Bosnia: sexual chakra of Europe 37. Secret of the feminine redeemer 38. Power of the original love 39. Ljubljana, Slovenia: sources of the archetypical power 40. Istanbul: the dragon's back of Europe 41. Recycling the 'dark powers' 42. Keys to the new ethic 43. Asia Minor: the seven cities of the Apocalypse 44. Chakras of change 45. Return of a fairy folk 46. Lake of Gennesaret: organ of the Word of Earth 47. Animals in us and all around us 48. Earth our Home 49. Almaty, Kazakhstan: centre of Asia 50. Philippines: breath of the earth 51. Sources of the Life Force 52. Three levels of grounding 53. Hawaii: oceans and mountains work together 54. Elemental Beings in transformation 55. Veneration of the pure heart 56. Quito, Ecuador: America and America 57. Dearest Earth, how are you doing? 58. Challenge 2012 59. Rio de Janeiro: in conversation with the Atlantic Ocean Appendix: Index of Exercises Reference to the stone circle (a geopuncture circle) in Zagreb, Croatia, erected by the author and colleagues in the year 2005 Clarification of certain concepts
Marko Poganik, born in Kranj, Slovenia, studied sculpture and acquired an international reputation in conceptual and landscape art. He has developed this further into 'earth lithopuncture', which aims at healing disturbed landscapes and power points. He travels worldwide to deliver seminars in earth healing, provides advice on landscape matters for communities and businesses and observes changes in earth's spiritual landscape, taking corrective action where necessary and possible with the help of his numerous students and assistants. President of, and lecturer at, the Hagia Chora School for Geomancy in Germany, founded in 1995.