Greenland is the only place on Earth where people live and there has never been war – the stories and teachings of this very old culture convey a special power. The wisdom and teachings of the Eskimo-Kalaallit culture have been kept alive for thousands of years and from generation to generation, through the art of storytelling – shamanism is deeply rooted in it. Angaangaq stems from a family of traditional healers and shamans. He has been prepared and trained by his family, in particular by his Grandmother Aanakasaa, for the duty as a shaman. So it took 57 years of preparation, until he took on the title of a shaman and the responsibility that comes along with it.
He is also a keynote speaker at international conferences about climate change, the environment and indigenous topics, has been the representative of the Elders of the indigenous peoples at the united Nations for many years and he is often invited as guest speaker to various occasions. By now his work has brought him to 70 countries in this world.
In the seminars he gives in Europe, the USA and Canada, his message is about a spiritual climate change. His intention is to melt the ice in the heart of man. His way of working is characterized by a special authenticity, heartiness, strength and a refreshing sense of humor.
“A Shaman is a person like you or me – a real person amongst real people. A Shaman is a person who lives with full awareness – a person who has looked at himself in depth and who has journeyed through the three worlds within. He has become complete and thus is able to guide you on your inner path; he is able to help you become aware of your own beauty, to love yourself and arrive home.“
Venue: Graf-Zeppelin-Haus, Olgastrasse 20, D-88045 Friedrichshafen, Germany
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Vasumaya Wurm: vasumaya.wurm(at)icewisdom.com