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    Their Connection to Cosmos, Earth, and Humankind

    Karsten Massei


    “When studying honeybees, one will find that they are creatures whose secrets are not easily elicited. A bee colony is an extremely complex entity. It consists of many thousands of individuals who have the ability to respond wisely to a wide variety of circumstances. To this day, it is not clear how they achieve this. In fact, one could say that a bee colony is imbued with an incomprehensible wisdom that encompasses each individual bee and ensures that the colony remains viable despite ever-changing living conditions.” — KarstenMassei

    With Gifts of the Honeybees, Karsten Massei presents the fruits of years of careful intuitive research into the spiritual and elemental reality of honeybees. Karsten’s sharing of his ongoing dialogue with the inner being of the bees gifts us with surprising insights, giving us the opportunity to look at the world of bees, and ourselves, with different eyes.

    There has been a great deal of research and speculation about the reasons why bees are dying. The causes are varied, but there is no doubt that all causes ultimately lead back to human activity. Technical and economic development that began in the nineteenth century has increasingly led to dealing with the beings of nature disrespectfully and in a way that is destructive to life on earth.

    The spiritual beings that are connected with the life of bees, and whose messages are shared in this book, unequivocally voice that the plight of bees is actually the plight of human beings. They ask us to finally “wake up” to the spiritual reality of our world and the already evident consequences if we do not.

    With Illustrations by Karsten Massei and Franziska van der Geest.

    Karsten Massei was born in 1963 in Berlin. He started out by studying political science and then decided to train in Switzerland as a curative, or therapeutic, educator and is now a class teacher in a curative day school. He also gives courses and seminars on the practice of suprasensory perception and leads tours focusing on the experience and care of the many kinds of landscapes and life spaces of the Earth. In addition, Karsten Massei is active with biography and life counselling and supports therapists with suggestions to improve their work. He currently lives in Zürich.

    20th March 2023; Translated by Ines Kinchen; Preface by Alex Tuchman; SB; 180 pages; 229mm x 152mm; Paperback;

    £21.99  ISBN 9781621483106