Still on a very long walk...

by Kriya Arts in Westonzoyland, England, United Kingdom

Total raised £590

raised so far



For two weeks now I've been on a pilgrimage, walking the St Michael's ley line from Penzance to the Norfolk coast.

by Kriya Arts in Westonzoyland, England, United Kingdom

 New stretch target

The more funds in and to raise the more I am able to send to these three amazing organisations.

For two weeks now I've been on a pilgrimage, walking the St Michael's ley line from Penzance to the Norfolk coast. 


My plan was just to do the walk, but it has been pointed out that I could, and should, raise some money for charity while doing this. There are three causes I would like to raise some money to support. 

Firstly there is the Aboriginal Tandanya Art Centre in Adelaide. 

Secondly for the "Nabi Nunhue" (House of the Jaguar), which is devoted to the conservation of the tropical rainforest, the knowledge of healing plants and of shamanic medicine.

Thirdly for the The Tairona Heritage Trust supporting the Kogi people in Columbia. 

The Tandanya Art Centre was established in 1989 and is the oldest Aboriginal owned and run cultural centre in Australia. I discovered the centre when I was in Adelaide this February and it's programme of work blew me away, but what blew me away even more was that it was the very FIRST YEAR it had put on a programme of work in the Adelaide Fringe Festival. I still can't get my head around how that can be true. But I'm glad to see it has at least happened now and I want to support the incredible work that is going on there. 

Nabi Nunhue is run by Kajuyali Tsamani, a Jaguar-shaman I've been honoured to be friends since my early twenties and he has had a profoundly positive impact on my life. I know that his way of life and the mountains where he lives are under constant threat, but now more than ever, so I would also like to support the vital work he does too.

The Kogi people are first nation people who have survived from before the Spanish Conquest and live in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains in northern Colombia. The Tairona Heritage Trust works in direct response to the official requests of the Kogi Mamas and in different ways as highlighted in our Mission and Objectives. This work has been developed over the last 30 years and since the first film, From the Heart of the World, The Elder Brother's Warning was made.

If you are able to help me raise some funds for these causes then your donations will be gratefully received. 

Much love,

Jolie x


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