I chose photography 25 years ago. Along the way, I came to realize what images generate. I understood that they can transmit a subtle vibration, a frequency that tunes in to the forces of creation and connects us with our Soul.
My work gained a deeper meaning, it gave me the opportunity to sow seeds of consciousness through what I show to the world.
I took that responsibility and I used my inspiration to give life to this project.
Believe to See is the expression of the invisible, the network that holds us together as one, what many call Faith.
To portray the leaders is to seek their essence. Each master, each message, each experience is a new point of view and contributes to create a space of spirituality and diversity of creeds.
There is still a long way to go and I keep moving forward. I keep creating a space of encounter, unity and connection.
We belong to the same Source. Humans, animals, plants, earth, we all have a common origin. When we believe that we are better, when we use our power to cause chaos and destruction, we generate division. We get disconnected.
Today, we are awakening. Today we can change.
BELIEVE TO SEE is on social networks and will also be on the streets. We are planning an art exhibition, a documentary film and a book. Different means to show the path to awakening the power of collective transformation and to contribute to improving the planet by honouring unity and diversity.
12 destinations around the world
12 spiritual leaders,
Vienna, Austria -
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vatican City, Italy
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Faith For Rights is an initiative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights that promotes a space for a cross-disciplinary reflection on the connection between religions and human rights to foster the development of peaceful, tolerant and respectful societies.
Faith for Rights promoted the Beirut Declaration in March 2017, which lists 18 commitments that identify the common ground among all religions and beliefs to uphold the dignity and equal worth of all human beings.
Faith For Rights does not identify with any particular religion and seeks to benefit the respect for human rights and human dignity around the world.
See Beirut Declaration
(Beirut Declaration, March 2017)
WISE is a scientific and academic non-profit organization dedicated to the service of humanity through scientific research. Among their areas there's an applied consciousness department that studies spirituality phenomena through the neurosciences.
The Institute is formed by scientists of the most prestigious universities such as Harvard University, University of Toronto, John Hopkins University, Hong Kong University, University of Colorado Boulder, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and Georgetown University among others.
Gaby Herbstein is a photographer and visual artist born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She uses photography as an awareness-raising tool, launching different projects that reflect her concern for the planet and mankind.
Throughout her long artistic career of twenty five years, she had participated in different solo and collective exhibitions in countries around the world, including Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Peru, the US, Russia, China and Japan.
Believing is seeing.
Doing is achieving.
If we believe in the Light within us, we will see, we will do, and we will achieve!
Angaangaq was born in Kalaalli Nunnat in Greenland on November 2, 1947, he is an Eskimo descendant of a family of healers. He was elevated to the rank of "Angakkoq Shaman" by his people. He is the spiritual chief of the Inuit tribes and representative of the Arctic Aborigines at the United Nations.
When the ecological crisis and climatic changes took place in his homeland, he received the mission of the "Oldest" to carry the spiritual message of the Eskimos to all humanity. He has been traveling the world for more than thirty years, spreading his message.
"Melt the ice in your hearts, for as long as you do not learn to melt the ice in your hearts, the world will not change"
My grandmother was a doctor, when I grew up I asked her "how do you know they have illness?” and she said,
“They probably have seen things, they shouldn't have seen.
They probably have heard things, they shouldn't have heard.
They probably have smell things, they shouldn't smell.
They probably have said thing, they shouldn't said.
They probably have felt thing, they shouldn't feel.
They probably have been thinking thoughts, they shouldn't have think.
... And they probably felt things in their heart, they shouldn't feel".
It is a large Arctic island located in the northeastern region of North America. 85% of the surface is covered by a layer of ice, the Inlandsis, which reaches 3 km the melting of glaciers.
Greenland has 57.000 inhabitants, 90% are Inuits, original population of the region.
Although they are generally known as Eskimos, they consider this a pejorative term.
Eskimo means: "Raw meat eater".
The Inuits turn to the Shaman as a mediator between the earthly and the supernatural world for matters such as illness, death and the rituals of reincarnation of the soul.
Religion Christianity: 96%
Atheism: 2.5 %
Ancestral Inuit practices: 1%