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back to the roots

back to the roots – a Project of the Heart

I am 45 years old, a mother of three and have always followed my heart’s calling.

In the course of my life I have brought many people to themselves.

This also included the conveyance of apparently lost information about original ceremonies, various ways to recharge your batteries, to come back to one’s own center and simply the memory of our true nature, our actual task as a human being to become more human and more in harmony with the to come to us indwelling and surrounding nature.

I sense a great longing in people for this reconnection with themselves, with Mother Earth. Most people just don’t know how to do it.

That’s why I started this project.

It is intended to reach all those people who, due to the circumstances, were no longer able to learn from the elders and who would like to implement the knowledge of the elders for a life of connectedness, harmony and love. And thus want to make a decisive contribution to peace with oneself and thus to peace on our beautiful earth.


Cornelia Tulke in conversation with Kajuyali Tsamani:

a wonderful shaman from Colombia.

“If we address these practices discussed here, we could help bring a new ‘epidemic’ to the earth, an ‘epidemic’ by the Saints.”

Note: The opportunity for this interview happened spontaneously and without prior preparation. It was taken with two cell phones, so the image quality leaves a lot to be desired in some places. But content may be more important here than form.




Cornelia Tulke in conversation with Java Saka:

During my trip to Colombia I had the opportunity to speak with the wife of the shaman Kajuyali Tsamani at her healing place for women. She shared with us the ancient knowledge of the Kogis regarding femininity and the power of blood. I dedicate this video to all women and Mother Earth.




Cornelia Tulke in conversation with Wolf-Dieter Storl:

– Ethnobotanist, cultural anthropologist and bestselling author,

during a fire evening in beautiful Latvia, summer 2016:

“We are the sea that looks back at the sea…”

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Cornelia Tulke in conversation with Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq:

He is an elder, traditional healer and shaman from a family of tradition in Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland). More information about the person, his healing center and seminars:

“So it is my duty as a runner for the elders to tell the story, not to create fear, but to create hope. But we cannot become hope if we do not create awareness of our body and our spirituality. Only in this way can hope be born.”




Cornelia Tulke in conversation with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche:

A brief introduction to our true nature from the perspective of the Bon tradition by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, during the 2016 summer retreat in Buchenau.

“This is how you can recognize suffering as a door, transformation, to connect with your true self.”

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche is the lineage holder of the Bon tradition and was one of the first teachers to bring the teachings of the Bon tradition to the West.

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Lars Muhl on the female and male principle – a conversation with Cornelia Dola Tulke:

Lars Muhl is a Danish bestselling author, filmmaker, mystic & seer.

In addition to his music career in the past, he studied Aramaic, Christian and Jewish mysticism.

A very impressive, authentic man who knows how to apply and convey his profound knowledge for the highest good.

One of his favorite topics is the secret of the female & male principle & the magic of transcending both forces into oneness:

“When the glorified masculine & the glorified feminine become one, they can move mountains.”

And because that’s also one of my favorite topics, I spontaneously decided to ask him about it after the workshop in Berlin.

I’m very grateful that everything worked out so spontaneously, even though we didn’t have much time for it.

Many thanks again to the wonderful Inken for the translation!

Sequel follows;)

Cornelia Dola Tulke

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