Creating Gaia Culture
Vision and Workbook
“The only path that makes sense is to reconnect with the essence of life and embrace a loving partnership with Gaia, Earth. This path involves a challenging transformation of our current cultures and may provoke changes in many aspects of the embodied world as we know it, as we continue to evolve into the future.”
Humanity stands at the threshold of a new phase of Earth’s planetary evolution. Breathtaking possibilities are now available—in tune with the evolutionary path of the universe. Yet the question arises: Does humanity have the ideas, foresight, and potential for action that can create a culture that corresponds to the planet’s transformation?
Amid our distressing worldwide ecological crises, Marko Pogačnik offers fresh hope. Having worked intensively in the fields of holistic ecology (geomancy) and Earth-healing for four decades, he now formulates a vision of a culture based on co-creation with Gaia (Earth), her elemental worlds, and beings from parallel evolutions.
Creating Gaia Culture is also a workbook, featuring dozens of drawings and meditative exercises to help transcend mental obstacles by cultivating the quality of living imagination. Marko Pogačnik (United Nations Goodwill Ambassador and UNESCO Artist for Peace) presents numerous ways to collaborate with the process of creating Gaia culture. He allows us to look into the primeval source of the future by interpreting the ancient book of the biblical Apocalypse—a text that holds the secret of Earth changes in a coded vision of a new human civilization—and uses his experiences, visions, dream stories, and communications with beings from parallel worlds to trigger pictures that can help a new human culture to become a tactile reality.
C O N T E N T S:
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Gaia Culture—Individual Aspects
Part 3: Apocalypse as a Matrix of the Future Culture
Part 4: Recreating Human Society
Part 5: Cooperation with Parallel Worlds
Conclusion: Arriving at the Threshold of Gaia Culture
Gaia Culture Manifesto