Ana of Avalon

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About me

Storyteller | Photography Bard | Nature Lover

"Storytellers ought not to be too tame. They ought to be wild creatures who function adequately in society. They are best in disguise. If they lose all their wildness, they cannot give us the truest joys."

Ben Okri

Often we look at the stars and wonder what the meaning of our life is and why we are here. But the answer is not to be found in the infinities of the universe, but in our childhood, the foundation of this life.

Every child has natural talents, talents that don’t need to be taught by any adult, because they are part of the natural disposition.  

In my case it has always been the talent for storytelling, my blossoming and intense imagination, as well as the ability to intuitively immerse myself in a subject.

Years ago, when I asked my spiritual guidance what my life’s purpose was, I saw the image of a giraffe. I knew immediately what it wanted to tell me. A giraffe lives with its head in the sky and its feet on the earth. It is a bridge, a channel to bring spiritual knowledge from the planes of light to earth.

This is what I try to achieve by telling inspiring, thought-provoking and hope-giving stories.

Stories are the energetic threads of life in which our whole existence is embedded. We are part of the stories of our ancestors. By taking up the thread that is handed to us from the past and knitting it further, we become part of the future of our children and grandchildren.

Stories truly have the possibility to change reality and thus life.