Teyuna Earth Stewardship Online Community Course

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Join the indigenous spiritual leaders whose sole purpose is to heal the Earth. Learn from 12 hours of sacred teaching and online community.

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Teyuna-Led Earth Stewardship Online Community Course

The Earth Stewardship Online Community Course is being offered for the first time ever to support you in deeply aligning with Teyuna earth wisdom.

All are welcome, especially those of you looking to dive deeper into your healing practices for the earth, water and other local communities.

Course Details:

- This course consists of eight, 90-minute online sessions with Teyuna mamos (spiritual leaders), sharing 12 hours of their sacred wisdom and teachings.

- This course begins on Monday, September 23rd and will run every other Monday over four months, until December 30th.*

- The 90-minute sessions will run from 8pm-9:30pm ET each Monday offered. Sessions will be conducted via Zoom, an online communication platform easily accessible via computers or smartphones alike.

- Be open to this online community sparking greater earth stewardship initiatives on local and global levels.

Everyone from the novice to the expert can benefit from this learning & community-building opportunity.

Do you feel called to deepen your relationship with the Teyuna and with Earth Stewardship?

Welcome to our expanding global community!

*Mark your calendars for all dates!

September dates (Mondays, 8-9:30pm ET): 9/23

October dates (Mondays, 8-9:30pm ET): 10/7, 10/21

November dates (Mondays, 8-9:30pm ET): 11/4, 11/18

December dates (Mondays, 8-9:30pm ET): 12/2, 12/16, 12/30

How does this course support the Teyuna and pioneering research?

The Earth Stewardship Online Community Course is one of several powerful ways you can connect with the Teyuna and support the pioneering fundraiser that is helping the world appreciate the power of Teyuna healing practices and earth stewardship..

While the online course itself is not directly part of the research program, proceeds from the course will help cover costs of the research initiative and further support the Teyuna's mission of expanding earth stewardship across the planet.

For more details on the research program itself, see below the section on "Uniting Multiple Ways of Knowing."

Want to learn more about the Teyuna and this pioneering fundraising effort?

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The Teyuna—a name that means “thinker of clear thoughts”—are one of the few indigenous cultures whose wisdom survived colonization. Their lives, especially those of their mamos and zagas (male and female spiritual leaders), are dedicated to upholding “Earth’s Original Law,” which states that everyone must protect and nurture the planet—our collective home.

The Teyuna people consist of 4 tribes: the Arhuaco, the Kankuamo, the Kogi, and the Wiwa. They live in harmony with nature in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Columbia, the land they call “The Heart of the World.” In recent years they have risked coming down from the sacred mountains to share the wisdom of Mother Earth with the rest of humanity, especially the messages to restore balance.

With recent travels in the United States, the mamos have been able to share their teaching, healing and stewardship across many communities. They have been able to connect deeply with humans who are eager to help further sow & grow these seeds of wisdom.

Now is an exciting time in the Teyuna people’s journey of promoting greater consciousness and earth stewardship around the planet. Thank you for joining them in this journey!

The aim of the study is to generate knowledge into the power of the Teyuna’s traditional healing practices that is directly translatable to Western audiences. Results from the research will include:

  • Greater awareness of the power of the Teyuna’s work and why it needs to be supported by society at large
  • Increased ability for Teyuna to conduct their teachings & practices in service of planetary & personal healing
  • More rapid growth of our global community of earth stewards
  • Development of additional research studies and partnerships to further expand knowledge of the power of Teyuna ways

Research Phases that Need Funding

To be successful, we are upholding the highest standards of scientific practice & working within a dedicated, respected research community.

This research intiative has 4 main phases that require funding to cover expenses ranging from travel to top quality lab analysis. As our campaign raises more funds, we will be able to advance through the research phases and add additional sites for healing and learning.

Phase 1 - Philadelphia Water Healing Site: Study of the effects of the water healing that the mamos will be conducting in Philadelphia, PA on Sunday, September 8th. (You also could attend this event!) Costs also include travel expenses to bring the mamos and a zaga to Philadelphia.

Phase 2 - Corresponding Sierra Nevada Healing Site: According to Teyuna cosmology, the sacred mountains of the Sierra Nevada are the micro-cosmos of the entire planet. As such, every healing that the mamos do outside of the Sierra Nevada has to be balanced with a healing at the corresponding “twin site” within the Sierra. This second phase of research will study the healing at the twin site within the Sierra Nevada and will require funds to arrange for travel and the same high standard of data collection (this time in Columbia).

Phase 3 - Deepening Knowledge of Philadelphia Site: With additional funds, the study can become more robust and compelling by studying the water changes at the original site over a longer period of time and at more frequent intervals

Phase 4 - Adding New Research Sites: Extending the research to additional sites is an important part of replicating results and enhancing scientific power. Any new site of a healing ceremony will require funding to: bring the Teyuna back to the United States, conduct and measure their healings at the new site, and then conduct and measure their healings at the new corresponding “twin site” in the Sierra Nevada. In effect, for every new site of healing in the US, we have to have sufficient funds to repeat research phases 1 & 2 above.

Join us in supporting this virtuous cycle of healing, research, learning and community!

From the "Heart of the World" to the City of Brotherly Love

Philadelphia is famous in US history for many firsts: first public library, first hospital, first volunteer fire department, the Nation’s first capital. But did you know that Philadelphia is also the home of the first municipal water system in the United States and one of the first municipal water systems in the world?

Fascinating Fact: “The Philadelphia Water Works, an engineering marvel, began operation in 1799, and during the 19th Century, the Water Works was the second most popular tourist site in the United States after Niagara Falls”*

To this day, Philadelphia is recognized around the globe as a city committed to water delivery as a civic responsibility. The city is a hub of internationally respected research laboratories, facilities, universities, pioneering scientists, practitioners, and activists. It also has a deep legacy in designing with Nature as opposed to designing in domination of Nature.**

Finally, well before Philadelphia was founded, the lands and waters of the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers were being cared for by Native Americans such as the Nentego and Lenape families who to this day continue to dedicate themselves to protecting the waters and lands of the region.

We are thrilled to begin this research journey in communion with the fine people and lands of Philadelphia-- and with you!

With continued success in our fundraising, we will be able to continue developing and expanding this work to other locations around the world.

Finally, we have ways for you to support the Teyuna and your own healing work from anywhere on the planet!

1. Individual Healing Session with 4 Mamos in the Sierra

There are just 22 of these powerful healings available especially for this fundraising campaign.

You as an individual will get to work remotely with 4 Teyuna mamos in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Columbia over a series of time. Click here to see more details.

2. Donate what you can.

Click here to make a tax-deductible donation.

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