When we get to know the gifts of Nature: fruits, herbs, secrets, etc.; their benefits and possible uses; we can really understand how valuable they are for us. This idea become a reciprocity: Nature offers us wellbeing and we protect it to continue enjoying that wealth.
This leads us to want to preserve so that this mutualism is lasting and can be enjoyed by the other living beings that accompany us, as well as our future generations.
A veces tenemos esa curiosidad que nos impulsa a descubrir y salimos al medio a observar y a buscar para encontrar respuestas, para saber de otros seres y otros elementos del territorio que llaman nuestra atención; otras veces, necesitamos a otras personas o medios que de algún modo despierten esa curiosidad en nosotras.
The more we know about what we have in front of us, the more benefits we will receive from the encounter. The figure of an interpretive guide appears when we are willing to discover more about the Nature that is around us and within us.
The Interpretive Guide will accompany us in the knowledge of the history, usefulness, family, etc. of everything we find in our way into the nature.
It will be like drawing a path that is lost on the horizon, a path where we know how we start and open to many possibilities of ending.
In Nature there is a constant dialogue from all beings that inhabit in it.
In an interpretive walk, the important thing is not to a settled a goal to reach, the goal is not even to complete the trail we have started; it is about listening to that constant dialogue, deciphering the multiples messages, understanding what a ray of light wrapping around the branches before sunset want to tell us, what birds sing, what trees say…
Descalzos al Bosque means Barefoot in the Forest which is the union of souls´ result, the fusion between the feminine and the masculine and the alliance between the earth and the sky.
In this fusion, Shanti contributes with the spiritual work through Yogic, Tibetan and Vedic practices, and Ivan contributes to the transformation work through the practices that connects with nature.