A Creative Approach to Reconciliation

with Vicki Burke

Keys to the Golden City

…a road map home.

We have reached an amazing point in time, a new window of opportunity when anything and everything is possible. Never have we, as a culture, been so lost but at the same time so ripe for change.

“When I heard the phrase ‘Art will save the world’ it made my heart sing.”

As we begin to understand how the Arts open us up to our emotions, we can begin the journey of reconciliation. Healing our inner conflict and learning to love ourselves.

The key to unlocking our hearts is remembering how to ‘play.’ Playing creatively frees up the fixed, frozen energy caused by trauma and pain.

Reconnecting with our creativity brings us back in connection with ourselves and Mother Earth.

What is your key?

Walking the seasonal cycles and being immersed in her wisdom inspired Vicki to turn her hand from musician to writing. In 2017 she published her first book and journey with song.

This year she is presenting her reconciliation play, Return to the Golden City, as an online performance. Alongside this will be inner reconciliation workshops followed by book 2, Beauty in the Beast – Facing our Collective Shadow and CD.

The Golden City – from the Book of Revelation, is not a place we will arrive at but where we can all meet in our hearts.

We cannot walk this path alone.

Join me on this journey home.

Seeking Inner Peace?

Find solace and self-awareness with harp-led meditations.

Desiring Deeper Connections?

Find events and workshops that enable you to connect to the real you and your world.

How Did We Reach This Moment of Crisis?

My new book explores our journey through the ages to this place of possibility, our chance of a shift in consciousness.

‘Vicki Burke gives readers a front row seat on her journey of return … to a life of wholeness and heart-centered wisdom. An essential story.’

Jennifer A Comeau,

Founder, Sanctuary at Sunrise Hill and TreeSisters US Board Chair.

‘Musician, activist and spiritual explorer Vicki Burke offers us a strikingly original, intimate and eloquent account of her journey … accompanied by her personal minotaur, a brilliant device. An insightful and inspiring read.’

Simon Keyes,

Professor of Reconciliation and Peacebuilding, University of Winchester.

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