Soul Activism, Myth & Storytelling with Andreas Kornevall
- Tue 10th Mar 2020, 7pm – 9pm
- The Psychedelic Society, Greenhouse, 8 Mackintosh Lane, London, UK
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"One of the best storytellers I have heard recently…I would absolutely recommend that you go and hear Andreas for yourselves"
- Wendy Atkinson, GuestHouse Storytellers
The Lost Gods of Wonder
A journey into the Norse wisdom tradition and how these myths and stories can help us gain a deeper perception of our relationships, lives and society today.
In this evening we will ask: why study myth and story? What is a symbol? What is totemic power? During this evening Andreas will light an old fire of these lands to make ancestral stories come to life in a way that speaks directly to the heart and stirs the soul.
The mythical underpinnings of our current world predicament: mass extinction, climate change, and the loss of our own ancestral soul and how these are linked will also be openly investigated. Expect live music, drums and your full participation - come dive into the inner worlds of Runes, Goddesses and Gods and discover their initiations and stories that can guide us through turmoil and the ecological crisis.
All are welcome to join regardless of experience, sexuality, and cultural/spiritual background: the spirit is warm and enthusiastically inclusive.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
"...a powerful immersive experience of travelling into Norse mythology and Runic divination, food for both soul and intellect."
- Professor Angela Voss, Christ Church University
Andreas Kornevall is a Swedish storyteller, Independent Scholar of Norse Myth, writer and ecologist.
He has broadcast on the BBC, had his writings published widely, (Dark Mountain Books, Resurgence Magazine, The Ecologist and more) and lectures on Norse Myth in Universities & educational centres world-wide.
As an ecologist he directs the Earth Restoration Service Charity which has planted over two hundred new woodlands in the UK and wildflower meadows. His ecological work has won him recognition and endorsements from actress Joanna Lumley, HRH Prince of Wales and the "elders group" set up by musician Peter Gabriel. He is also the co-founder of the Life Cairn - the world's first memorial for human caused extinctions.
Ticket prices: £10-£20
Times and Dates: 7pm to 9pm Tuesday 10th March
Doors open: at 18:45 and close at 19:05. To ensure the quality of the event, late comers will not be admitted
Refund Policy: We do not offer refunds or exchanges, but you can resell your tickets to friends, or on Ticket Swap
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