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BlackLlama Enchantivist Guild

Re-Wild Crafting. Nurturing Imagination. Lifestyle Changed.

 

WE ARE

Positive Mavericks

BlackLlama Enchantivism is a Nature-Connected Therapy for the Imagination.

“Art as Medicine demonstrates how the imagination heals and renews itself through the natural process.

Expressive arts therapy is the practice of using imagery, storytelling, dance, music, drama, poetry, movement, horticulture, dreamwork, and visual arts together, in an integrated way, to foster human growth, development, and healing.”  Shaun McNiff

Positive Mavericks are “people whose uncommon but successful behaviours or strategies en able them to find better solutions to a problem than their peers, despite facing similar challenges and having no extra resources or knowledge than their peers.” – Wikipedia

BlackLlama Enchantivists use our natural imagination to inspire actions that generate values transformation and practical wisdom, pointing to rejuvenation, beauty and human excellence.

We aim to breathe life into the cliches of personal growth, leadership, talent and organizational development.

Our mission is to design and deliver experiences that inspire people to restore salka (undomesticated energy), nurture human imagination and implement eco-self-sovereign lifestyles.

 

Our philosophy: “You can’t go around building a better world for people. Only people can build a better world for people. Otherwise it’s just a cage.” – (Terry Pratchett, Witches Abroad)

Cyberspace Llama

“REWILDING” THE Leadership and personal growth INDUSTRy based on our unique interpretation of the Shu-Ha-Ri concept

“It is known that, when we learn or train in something, we pass through the stages of shu, ha and ri. Shuhari is a Japanese martial art concept, and describes the stages of learning to mastery. It is sometimes applied to other Japanese disciplines such as the Art of the Tea Ceremony. Shu: Traditional wisdom. Ha: Breaking with tradition. Ri: Transcendence of form.” HiDeArt Ceramics Works, 2019

The Craft of Regenerative Leadership

A new mindset

Emerging regenerative  technologies are based on a new way of organizing. What got you here today, won’t get you there tomorrow. Prosperity Game. Homo Worthy. Eco-Mind.

A new way of relating

Democratizing value exchange and peer-to-peer networks using distributed cryptographically secure transformational technologies.  Compassion for Nature. Companionship. Intergenerational and Inter-Species Culture Transmission. Gaia-Centric.

A new way of doing

Three years of peer-to-peer autonomous machine learning change in 6 months.  Body-Mind-Earth-Life Unified.  Eco-Systems Self-Actualization. Techno-Self. 

Cultivating New Superpowers to be a Butterfly in the Eye of the Storm

BlackLlama Practices

Art of Conversation

The compassionate and cooperative sharing of thoughts and exploration of ideas

LifeCreativ Community Building

Liberating Structures. Convergence. Living in the edges. Team Humans, All My Relations and Life. Communal wellbeing.

Peer to Peer Creative Expression and Value Exchange

Bottega: Italian: – Spaces for Creativity where artists, apprentices and students learn by participating in the work.

Positive Eco-Self-Sovereignty

Cultivating positive identity and personal agency. Self-Generating positive emotions. From ego to eco and salka.

Creative Play

Beyond conditions, forms and movement. Too much dharma and drama…oops!! we forgot Yacana.

Embodied Philosophy

Vision is Body. Body is Space. Space is Clear Light. Clear Light is Union. The Union of Space and Clear Light is Great Bliss.

TO BUILD CAPACITY FOR  ECOSYSTEM SELF-ACTUALIZATION

Artist Innovators

We have entered the Regeneration Renaissance.

The United Nations has issued a massive global “call to action” to restore the world’s deforested and degraded ecosystems over the coming decade. “Restoration of 350 million hectares of degraded land by 2030 could generate USD 9 trillion in ecosystem services and remove an additional 13 to 26 gigatons of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.”

BlackLlama Enchantivists’s area of expertise are in building regenerative leadership cultures and enterprise. We are passionate about inspiring people to cultivate compassion for nature, and reconnect them to their kinship with cultural and natural ecosystems.

We approach this by aligning their imagination with the creative genius of nature. This will provide them with positive experiences of wholeness, resourcefulness, enhanced sense of eco-self-sovereignty, social wellbeing, ability to make good decisions and respond successfully to the radical technology transformation of our world.

 

 

“In winter, when the green earth lies resting beneath a blanket of snow, this is the time for storytelling. The storytellers begin by calling upon those who came before who passed the stories down to us, for we are only messengers.

In the beginning there was the Skyworld.”  Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer

hosting space, guiding reconnection to the bigger world that is alive around us

What we do

 Facilitator Training and Accreditation

Facilitator Training and Accreditation

Idun's Quest - Restoring Essence and Dynamic Lifeforce

Regenerative people and organizational development methods and practices

Immersive body-mind-therapy and expressive eco-art therapy enchantivist experiences and templates

Retreat preparation, hosting and post-retreat integration

 

Consulting, Counselling, Coaching and Mentoring

Consulting, Counselling, Coaching and Mentoring

Idun's Garden - Personal and Group Revitalization

Recovery and restoration, including mind therapy

Re-nurturing creative inner and external landscapes

Conversations that matter

Speaking and Performing

Speaking and Performing

Idun's Prophecy - Inspiring the craft of Enchantivism

BlackLlama Enchantivist vision, practices and style

Creative drama therapy, creative participative ceremony design and presentation

Positive Mavericks leadership educational talks

Companions

Sponsors

Ready to Explore your BlackLlama Within?

Dr Tina Seelig, Stanford Creativity Expert, writes that “without imaginers who engage with the world and envision alternatives, there won’t be compelling opportunities to address.”