Few words of welcome
I am standing on the terrace of castle Borl-Ankenstein and looking back on 42 years of the IDRIART movement. Looking back through the memory of the old tower, to the knight Parzival and his time in the 9th century; His response to the call of the Grail.
How does this call resound in the 21st century? What kind of listening is required to hear it?
We invite you to join to listen and celebrate in TerraParzival, July 27-31, 2019. You will hear the Parzival story told in various authentic locations, in relation to the challenges of our time. Supported by the power of Music-Process and recalibration of World-View. Together we will listen and set the stage for the emerging future!
Often in crisis locations and times, some 200 intercultural IDRIART Festivals proved the power of resonance when music and other Arts became the platform of meetings. Yet this is not enough!
WE all live in an off-balanced „economic society“; for that reason I personally have ventured the last 28 years on a learning journey with my violin, through the leadership floors of numerous companies and corporations world wide, uncovering the magic of the formative forces of the arts; de-mixing and re-composing ailing relationships of culture, politics and economics.
What can we learn? How can we in TerraParzival inspire and learn from the centenary celebration of Rudolf Steiner’s Treefold Societal Composition and original Waldorf education principles in July? The Parzival story is one of the curriculum pillars in the 11th grade when young people ripen to reach for their highest ideals! Where are the profound IDEALS in our digital-permeated society?? My motto is:
NO digitalisation without humanisation!
If you „hear“ this call, please reserve the date, offer suggestions, more details will follow.
Miha Pogacnik and TerraParzival Team