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Amanda Ritchie

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Amanda joined the Londolozi team early in 2015 & immediately took the Londolozi Studio to an exciting new level. Her unflappable work ethic & perfectionism are exemplary, & under her guidance the Studio has become one of the busiest areas on Londolozi. The ...

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on Day 2 – Connecting To The Wild Dog Pack

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Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

My husband is my best friend. I can ask him for anything!

Kara Taylor
Senior Digital Ranger

This was a great day. I had to listen to it twice before it all clicked. Again the card connected it all for me when it said that your entire life can expand based on a solid spiritual foundation. I find that very true based solely on the last 2 to 3 weeks of these guided meditations and internal work that you have gifted us. I absolutely feel a change and an expansion internally. Truly grateful!

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Love this.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Reading this reminds me of the poem by John Donne beginning with “No man is an island, entire of itself “…. the wild dog pack is made up of individuals that need one another to survive. Sometimes we think that remaining solitary demonstrates strength, not needing others but in fact, it isn’t true. During these times of isolation from others it is documented that depression is at an all time high- we need contact with others to move forward. Wonderful words and yoga practice.

Di Metcalf
Explorer

I had a bad experience with yoga…a friend took me to what was definitely not a beginners class. I came away feeling overstretched and inadequate.
What a delight this whole package was of yoga at the river complete with fish eagles, journaling and reaching just the spots that need reflection and focus both physically and emotionally.
thank you again for this ongoing gift.

Talita Van Wyk
Explorer

Absolutely stunning. Love the Wild Dogs!

Paul Canales
Senior Digital Ranger

So much to un-“pack” here, pun intended. The analogy of Wild Dog’s relational wisdom to self and the pack relative to my physical, emotional and spiritual well being, and that of those I live, care for, and work with is brilliant. Gratitude.

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

I did viualize the dogs running in packs. all working together, but each one an individual. The card was a special help in writing my thoughts. I listened to the meditation twice in order to stay in that place of serenity. Thank you. It will help me today with some of my challenges. MK

Ginger Brucker
Senior Digital Ranger

Love the drawings on the cards and the wisdom. Gentle reminders. The wild dogs seemed to run around me today, as I sit in quarantine, feeling a
bit disconnected and alone-a reminder they are always connected beyond the physical. Had the experience of being amongst a pack while visiting Londolozi. Incredible to see.

Connecting to the beautiful wild sounds of the yoga practice was truly spiritual for me. For half an hour, I was no longer living in a busy city, I was on the river banks connecting to the intelligence of nature. Thank you.

Jade McKinnon
Explorer

Love this lesson from the wild dog. Finding a foundation with discipline in my spirituality has made it possible for me to run free with the pack,full of trust in myself and with those I surround myself with.

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

My husband is best friend – and also my sister

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