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22 May 2021 om 11:00 - 12:30


African teachings on rituals, privilege and honouring the wounds Online – English spoken

Deep listening

from a place of curiosity.

Rituals as a healing place

for historical wounds.

Listening beyond the words

to what is resonating.


Mvuse Huni
Undine Whande

Mvuse Huni serves as Chief Executive Officer of the grassroots farmers organisation ORAP (Organisation of Rural Associations for Progress) (orapzenzele.org). ORAP is guided by the concept of Zenzele, a development process of self-discovery and self-mobilization administered by the self—not only for oneself but for the many.

Undine Whande serves as a conflict mediator, coach and facilitator in social change processes. She is trained in social anthropology, systems theory and Kundalini yoga (undine.co.za)

We are looking forward to listening to them on how they encounter rituals in their professional settings and which human qualities are called upon when doing so.

Although they are living in Zimbabwe an South-Africa, we enter this conversation with the intention to not exoticise or orientalise and to listen with colour consciousness. To listen deeply and to reside with what unfolds at the moment. In an attempt to contribute to more transformation and less transference.

Aligned with the dignified exchange that we’re aiming at, we will donate the ticket fees to the Gateway event Undine and Mvuse are setting up in June. A Gateway is an intensive process of several years by a small fellowship inside an organisation, consisting of inner work, meditation, counselling and hands on skills.

Forthcoming, we will offer an online workshop, June 27th (9.30 – 13 h CET with Undine Whande and Mvuse Huni ‘Creating Connectivity in Uncertain Times – Insights from Southern African Realities’ to a group of 18 participants max.

Looking forward to welcoming you on the 22nd of May

This is the registration link(Eventbrite)


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