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Meet the mentor
Meet my teachers

Peter M von Maltitz.  

As always we do not exist in a vacuum.  I was fortunate in having had many teachers that made a lasting impression on me.  I am largely a product of what can be achieved by standing on the shoulders of those who taught me.

My mother

She taught me to see colour and shapes of things, the spaces between them and how to draw them.

My father

One day when I asked him what he thought of baboons, he said: “They are satisfied.”   He reckoned that humanity was not satisfied and that was why it developed.  

Nick Paaschier  -  Johannesburg

He taught me Hatha Yoga and the life giving mantra.  Maha Mritjunyaya mantra.  That was the first time I experienced a healer manifesting a flow of energy.  Suddenly the mystical world was so real that I could feel the energy streaming like electric water through me from the place he touched my cheek with his finger next to a bee sting.

Professor   P.S. Knox-Davies - University of Stellenbosch

This was the teacher of science that made the biggest impression on me at university.    He helped me concentrate on a narrower issue at a time and see the issues of systems and how we could manage them.   Each of his lectures were a rehearsed performance delivered with balance and precision.  We were trained to read massive amounts of background literature before venturing on a discussion.

Dr. J  Bochemuhl   - Plant Science section at the Goetheanum, Switzerland.

This is where I learned to integrate my thinking with my feeling by studying Goethe’s metamorphosis. This is the study of change rather than difference. In normal western Science difference is what counts and that needs statistics to show significance.

Homeopath  Berkeley Digby.

We spent time together in nature and he taught homeopathy at the Cape Town Medical school where I was fortunate in being able to attend.

Dr. David Lilley

He taught homeopathy at the Cape Town Medical school.

The late Traditional healer  Phillip Kubukeli (Nqnacholwa - you are thin while there is a lot of food around)  my healer teacher from Macassar in Khayelitsha and Cala in the Eastern Cape.  

The late Traditional healer  Mzimawaxhosa Gugentombe, a good friend, the expert Xhosa speaking herbalist who often tried to teach me special nuances with his limited English.

The late Traditional healer  Mangete Kubukeli (Hombeliyeza – keep the medicines clean) who is like a brother and was always prepared to help.

  He lives in Mossel Bay.  


Dr. Jan Scholten

This leading homeopath has brought endless insights into healing.

And then there are all the patients that bring an endless array of conditions and personal struggles to the present moment that needs to be addressed and dealt with.  There is no better teaching than seeing a solution work.