The indigenous spirituality that we follow is based on a relationship with the elementals (fire, air, water, and earth) and the laws of nature, with an ancient understanding that we feel needs to be recognized and valued in the current day society. We believe in the relationship between people and natural forces that don’t discriminate.
We follow the laws of Nature and reciprocity, and believe in giving back for what we have received through the proper use of land, food, and medicines as a reflection of our cosmological relationship with all Life.
We assist each other to transform our lives by finding new ways to be in relationship with the challenges we face and have a better, more holistic and healthy life. We work for the strength found in unity, knowing that by joining the efforts of all people we can create positive change in our world for future generations.
We recognize the ecological and spiritual devastation of our world and the need to take immediate and proper action for conservation by advancing awareness of the contribution of traditional indigenous knowledge that can help us heal ourselves and our communities.
We work towards the preservation, protection and sharing of ancient spiritual wisdom and indigenous sacred ceremonies. Within this, we also seek to reconnect the spiritual exchange routes that once existed between all our peoples of the world for the renewal of a conscious relationship with Mother Earth, Spirit and Nature and each other.
Our ceremonies honor the Mother Nature and All Beings through meditation, traditional songs and dances, and prayers with the elements. They include Mayan Fire Ceremonies, Purification Lodges, Pipe Ceremonies, Blessing ceremonies, and other ways of acknowledging and working with the elements and spiritual forces. Ceremonies for healing keep us connected to each other and create a direct connection to the fundamental rhythms of life.
We work for the strength found in unity – by joining the efforts of all people; we will have the strength needed to create positive change in our world.
We recognize the ecological and spiritual devastation of our world and the need to take immediate and proper action for preservation.
We apply a holistic, integrative approach to all that we do that is based on the understanding of the interconnectedness of all things