One of the principles of the Guardian is, that Only Actions Speak. This means, that as long as we only talk about something, in the greater scheme of things, it doesn’t really mean anything. Only when we act on it, when we bring it into the world, will it also build meaning.

To many people, those sound like harsh words. But if you go past all the resistances, you can discover a clear truth to those words. It’s not just that actions speak louder than words. Even if you hear words, and they touch you.. If you don’t change anything or do anything with them, they are still in the end not worth much.

For me, I regularly get thrown back into my honest and raw truth, when I hear those words and am reminded of their truth. This is also why it was so important for all of us in the team to start this page and the accompanied immersion trainings.

We feel the need for us as Guardians to step up for our neighbours all around us in Nature, which are Guardians in their own way. And in order to do that, we also need to step up for our fellow human Guardians. Share what we learned, support each other in our process of constant training and serving.

On this blog we will discover the different aspects of what it means to be a Guardian. What we can do, how we can support each other, and how we can grow to become the best versions of ourselves.

We love this to be a platform for active exchange around the topic of how we can best serve our communities, Nature and our Mother Earth.

So what are the actions you can do today to support a more balanced and healthy future?

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Elisabeth, guardian name 'Swan' has been on her wilderness journey for the last 8 years, participating in all kinds of different wilderness courses in Austria, Germany and the US. Last year she was part of the 2 month Guardian Intensive on the ground training at Teaching Drum Outdoor School, as well as every Guardian at-home Training since 2016. Aside from translating the book on the Guardian "Like A Shadow" by Tamarack Song into German, she integrated the wilderness lifestyle as well as different methodologies for nature-connection into her life and her seminars and programs on living a live closely connected to our inner voice and guidance and how to combine that with today's challenges and technology. She is currently writing a book on her experience in the wilderness and how we can use this knowledge in our everyday work and live both as individuals and working in teams.

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