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Amanda Ritchie

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Amanda is the Londolozi Marketing Manager & has been in the marketing, advertising & creative industry for 15 years & the health and wellness industry for 9 years. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Journalism from The University of Cape Town ...

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on Day 2 – Speak Your Truth

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Exceptional content with a beautiful voice. A lot to think about today. Thank you, as always.

Thank You so much. Such a beautiful way to start the day, questioning, re-assesing and observing ones truth -as it is now- Connecting Mind and Soul. Re-discovering ones place….🙏

It’s a beautiful moment in my day to hear your voices guiding us and connecting us together as community, and to ourselves as leaders. Thank you, thank you, thank you

At this time of fear and isolation it is so helpful to be prompted to be still and be encouraged with confidence to think outwards… Thank you

We often ignore our intuition and must learn to trust it as a path will open. However, I am at the moment clinging to the shore …..

This touched me on a very deep level & made me cry. The lesson of speaking your truth has been brought home to me with family & friends. When I first started my journey in listening to my intuition & the guidance that came from it… my family called me the “whoo hoo Aunt” & I while I laughed along with them, it still hurt. But it was something I had to do for me. I thought I would lose some of my girlfriends because I had a hard time being around their negativity but still I persisted. Now I find my family & friends have changed & are more accepting of my way of thinking. I actually hear them repeating things that I have spoken. Be true to who you are, you never know who is ready to hear your words.

Love this Christine, thank you for sharing your journey

What came up for me on Day 2 is something that comes up often when I allow myself the time to get quiet and reflect: it is within me. I just need to listen and follow the signs. xoxo. Thank you for bringing this to us. What a perfect time for this! #loveit #lovelondolozi

Although I am alone I must seek out my community – those that I can help and those that help me

Learned. Learning is magical.

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At this time I am inspired and encouraged by the words of the Nopi poem to trust intuition, move to the middle of the river and join together with the pack for the greater good of moving forward. Yes, the river knows where it’s going and the sense of community where I live is palpable. Feeling calmer in the past 10 minutes than in last 10 days.

Beautifully said

That poem resonates so deep with me, and it is red so beautifully! Thank you from the bottom of my hart.

A beautiful voice speaking but I had to listen twice, three times to fully understand all the words, distracting. I found the words of the Wolf most compelling; by bringing focus to our external world/community, our inner world quiets…important words for me today.

Beautiful words and thoughts on the journey to
Inner peace and understanding.
Thank you

Thank you

Thank you for sharing your wisdom.
I feel a portal has opened and beyond lie beautiful gentle treats.
I am so grateful.

Thank you again. The time limit of the journal reflections is helping me to look deeply, pushing the babble aside and focus.

This could not come at a better time as I am struggling with an old foe Anxiety. It’s been at bay but has crept back on me and I need grounding and calm. Londolozi was such a touchstone for me. I am forever in gratitude for my days and nights spent there. Love GG

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This was a beautiful and incredibly timely choice both the meditation and the Wolf. Strong imagery. I especially resonated today around letting go of the shore-push off into the middle of the river.

Beautiful. So appropriate for the times we are living in. Gives me strength

Thank you for this lovely content. A question – did anyone at Londolozi have an experience with a wild dog or hyena today? Perhaps approximately around 10:30am PST (not sure what time that would be for you there)? I had a deep felt sense of this as I was coming out of today’s meditation <3

Hi Claire, wild dogs were seen early this morning which was very special!So you were right

oh wow that is so amazing <3 I had such a deep sense and picture of being there and seeing them through one of your eyes – so special & thankful for the experience. Were there any pictures taken? Sending you all lots of love from Washington state ~ Claire

Enjoying this exercise. Thank you♥️

A couple weeks ago, I journeyed north to the Indigenous community I lived with for years in northern BC. While there, I saw a lone white wolf at the edge of the forest, two nights in a row. I knew she had a message for me but didn’t understand. Listening to the Hopi prophecy, now, it all makes sense. She was signalling the end of an era, and calling me to find my pack. As the world slows down in southern BC, I find myself with more time to retreat to the forests and shorelines of the Salish Sea where I now live. Tonight, as I looked to the mountains across the sound, I heard the howl of wolves echoing around me. Here on the Sunshine Coast, we literally howl our gratitude to frontline/essential workers at 7pm each night – sounding the call that we are all together in this, amidst our physical distances. Listening to the howls tonight sent shivers down my spine… our pack is everywhere. It’s been here all along, we just had to slow down enough to remember what truly matters, and come back to balance.

Many expansive opportunities offered here; much gratitude.


Be open to the wisdom that comes from my children. Listen carefully.

Thank you for the wonderful experience. I look forward to enjoy it all live again when we come back in November and back we come!

Beautifully narrated..,.. the concept of intuition is mocked my many who don’t understand the truths that reside within each of us. It takes courage to take charge, leave the shore and find our place.

Very true Denise, Thank you!

Look for the others in the middle of the river…. 💐

That poem took on an entirely different meaning to me today than it did when I heard it on the blog a month ago. So much has changed in the world, yet the words still ring true. I understood “knowing your garden” to be not only a literal reference (know where your food comes from and how it nurtures you and supports health or poisons you and creates illness and disease) but also as a more metaphorical one. Understanding what we need in mind, body and soul to sprout, thrive and bloom is so important. Alternatively, identifying the weeds in our lives is also an important exercise. I’ve been working on both for years, but this is the first time I’ve compared my personal growth journey to that of a garden. I am also reminded that growth happens in seasons, and sometimes, it’s necessary to go dormant.

Care for each other. If you give of yourself, you will receive so much more. Be kind. Treat people thecwayvyou want to be treated.

Wonderful meditation – I got so much out of it. Beautiful calm voice!
To question relationships, so that we can adjust and make them better, be more conscious how and what we say.
The going with the flow and head up, down the river was profound, I had a meditation last which brought the same consciousness
To choose your tribe and be happy within it and find your place with the gifts you have been given
Learn to trust your intuition.

Even better than Day One. The Hopi wisdom has never been so timely. And, oh, we must so know our garden and stop looking for leaders outside ourselves. Namaste and thank you.

Beautiful, thank you for this moment in time. I love the Hopi Elder’s Wisdom and look forward letting go of the shore-pushing off into the middle of the river. I also want to get to know my garden. xx

Very grateful thanks for this wonderful wisdom and inspiration today. So enjoying this journey with you x

I had goosebumps during this meditation. It rang true on so many levels, but what I took away most is “the time of the lone wolf is over”. It also really refocused me on my goals and that my actions should be falling in line with those goals. Is so easy to lose focus, but this was a great centering reminder.

Beautiful meditation. It felt powerful.

I listened to the Elders poem twice. So beautiful and empowering.

This was just the message I needed today! I know I will go back to my notes, probably will write them out so I can look at them each morning. Thank you!

Dreaming, wondering & wandering

Wonderful calm voice and very valid content . Thanks very much. Also love die Woodland Kingfisher in the background 🙂

Still surprised! It’s a lively path. Thanks !

The journey today requires more inner openness to find my community.

The ancient wisdom of the Hopi Elders has meaning in our area. Before Covid, Pow-Wows occurred around the different tribes and the public was welcomed to watch and learn. The elders always have something to say to help ground individuals with themselves, family and tribe. Today, you gave me a bit of what I was missing. Thank you.

Durning meditation started to cry. Deeply insightful guidance and invitation. The wisdom of elders is astoning. I love that. Thank you Marcin

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