Together with the audience that accompanied us, we immersed ourselves in the fantastic world created by J.R.R Tolkien. Who, better than any other author, could see the imperative need in the modern world to revitalise the present with the ancient symbols that served throughout history as models of life, hope and culture.
Mythology and symbols try to connect with our higher self, to speak directly to our soul. They are sensitive expressions that we do not always manage to grasp in our daily lives, rather they often remain invisible. Therefore, it is essential to return to the symbols, to be able to identify them, and thus, to live the teachings.
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