Kiva 23 – Elders & Wisdom keepers (EN)

A prayer for Mother Earth.

One Mother Earth – Five Continents.

“We are the ones from the past, we are the ones in the presence and we are the ones, which will be”
Reymundo Tigre Perez

From all continents they wish to and will come, in all there languages and voices and there different colored robes, to go in the Kiva, in their own tradition on their prayer and their wisdom.

With love, honor and respect we look forward to all those who will stand with us at the Kiva this year and let their strength work in prayer.

One Mother Earth – Five Continents — America

Heriberto Villaseñor,
from Mexico

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„Tecolozintli – venerable owl“
Heriberto took over the misson of carrying the fire of the Kiva on from Reymundo Tigre Perez and in the sense of the word we are happy that Heriberto is bringing the fire to Germany and holding the ceremony with his strength.

Nubia Esperanza Rodriguez Garcia, from Mexico

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Nubia works as a Doula in Mexico and is deeply rooted in working and healing in a feminine way; she sees it as her task to preserve and bring back original female knowledge.

Don Alfonso,
from Mexico

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He is better known by his spiritual name Xikawery (‘He who hits the target’ in Wixarrika) and has over twenty-five years of experience as a traditional medicine man, guide, and elder of the Wixarrika Nation, commonly known as Huicholes.
The Wixarrika Nation are one of the oldest ethnic groups of Mexico and although their currently held lands are in the fair northern mountains of Jalisco, they trace their origins homelands back here to the Bay of Bandereas.

Xikawery’s practice is concentrated on maintaining the sacred balance of life and nature with a focus on the ceremonially significant corn, deer, and peyote, which are especially revered by his people.

He has participated in many culture and nature oriented events throughout Mexico and elsewhere around the world, especially in Europe and South America.

Felipe Pyky Uba Duarte,
from Columbia

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A Muisca, a tribe from the people of Chibcha, born in Mweketa, the fields of harvest, in the region known as Kunturnamarc, the nest of the Condor. Appointed as guardian of the seed by its Arhuaco family in la Sierra Nevada, and guardian of the Fapkwa, a traditional medicine of sweet fermented corn.

Now based in Berlin, following the guidance of Chiwayapabi, the father mother energy, to share the word and philosophy of nature in Northern Europe through moon ceremonies and circles of word. There is more than what we need and now it is time to understand our Mother Earth needs us recognizing we are one and we are the medicine she needs.

Beatriz Alves Ferreira,
from Brasilia

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She is known as Ya Bia D’Osumare, and since many years initiated into Candomblé and by this rooted in Brasilia and the in the primal African mother religions. She runs in the city of Uberaba-MG, the first Candomblé house of the Efon or ÀÁfin Osumare people.

Her endeavor is committed to activities to nurture and keep alive African mother religions, as well as to develop cultural development and environmental awareness projects.

Along her path, Yá Bia has always tried to fight for the collective as a whole.

Cristobal Cojtí García,
from Guatemala

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He is a Time Keeper of the Mayan calendar and cosmology; shares and teaches the prophecies, the heritage and the stories of the Mayan lineages.
He is a member of the “Great Council of the Eagle and the Condor” (Gran Consejo del Águila y el Cóndor).

With his wisdom he explains to us the teachings of the Sacred Calendar and how we can use this knowledge to shift our world into a better future for this generation, for our children and for our future.

Being a storyteller and artist he serves the light, shares his wisdom and participate in public life where it is needed.

“Ixmukane, our grandmother of creation, ground white and yellow corn, from the dough she formed the four bodies of our grandparents: Balam Kitzen, Balam Aq’ab’, Majukutaj and Iq’ B’alam and prepared nine drinks for them to drink, which was the blood of our first grandparents and parents”.

Jeremiah McDonald,
from USA

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Wolf Thundercloud is his name.

A descendant of the Mohawk nation and the eastern doorkeepers of the great league of peace.

He belongs to the wolf clan and is a brother of the wolf. As an ambassador of peace and friendship, he teaches and educates the ancient traditions of his ancestors with music and dances of the longhouse and their legacy to protect and preserve our natural environment.

Throughout the years he shares the Mohawk traditions with his drumming, dancing and knowledge of his ancestors’ teachings under the alliance of the great laws of peace friendship and respect.

Cheryl Ann Angel,
from USA

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She is an indigenous leader, venerable Lakota woman (Sioux), a water protector, mother of five children, and originally from the Sicangu tribe in South Dakota.
With the slogan “water is life”, she has been a fundamental member of the protests and continues the non-violent struggle together with the Lakota people at Standing Rock.

Chief Darrell Bob,
from British Columbia, Canada

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He is a “wisdom keeper” and spiritual leader of the Xaxli’p First Nation of the St’at’imc People tribe.

In a vision he was charged with the task to preserve the knowledge of his people, and to share it with all those willing to learn. He should set up a place where people from all cultures of the world may gather to meet, learn, and together bring our disturbed relationship with nature and Mother Earth back into balance, thus contributing to healing.

The “Wheel of Life Society” and the “Healing House” are going to be built directly onto a place of power in the Fountain Valley, his home, located Below the mountain saddle where in the past the spiritual elders meditated and fasted to gain visions and information from the spirit world. Today young indigenous, and other Canadians too, are again going up the mountain alone for the four-day “Vision Quest”.

Tema Joao “Vovo”,
from Brasil

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He is an elder, he is the the oldest living paje of the Yawanawa tribe.
All his life he has been focusing specifically on the medical plants and herbs of the Amazon forest, becoming a true master in the field of plant healing and keeper of his knowledge.

As an elder, he also has a profound wisdom of the Yawanawa traditional stories, ancient songs, shamanic culture and language of his people.

He connects the wisdom of the plants and herbs and the traditional knowledge from his tribe and shares it.

Peka Rasu,
from Brasil

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He is walking the footsteps of the lineage of his father.
He decided to dedicate his life to the study and the continuation of Yawanawa spiritual tradition.

The choice to continue this path gave him the chance to already continue the lineage cultivating the study of the medicine, the songs and the prayers with his daughter Liz (She will be with us at the Kiva) with who he is often working and beautifully chanting together.

He dream is to build a spiritual center inside the Amazon forest, honoring the heritage of his father and there linage. A place for receiving people in need of healing as well to support a space for spiritual practice, initiations and sacred diets.

Nani Kateyuve “Pai Nani”,
from Brasil

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Often he is calles Pai “father” Nani, a spiritual leader of the Yawarani village and initiated into the Yawanawa spirituality by his ancestors.

He is an elder, a teacher and a medico curandero of his tribe. He carries ancient knowledge passed along from generation to generation, as well he is currently working now actively to keep the Yawanawa traditional ecological knowledge alive and turn the Yawarani village into an example of a sustainable community.

He dedicates his day-to-day life to the forest, planting different species of trees and medicinal plants.

Izaias Mendoza,
from Guatemala

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He has dedicated his lives to the culture and preservation of the wisdom of traditional Mayan practice.
As custodian of Mayan ceremonies, ancient wisdom and traditions, it is his intention to spread the medicine of cacao around the world with the teachings of Mayan cosmology.
He reinforces the importance of sacred circles and gatherings and allow people of all backgrounds to connect with their Ch’umilal (Star) and pursue what Ajaw (the Creator) intended as the mission for its existence.

In this way he helps people all over the world to walk their path, follow their calling and connect with their heart, body and spirit, always with the help of the Nahuales.

Rosanta Chávez & Arturo Martínez, from Mexico

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They come from the Tarahumara, a tribe of the Raramuri (the ones who can run fast) from Mexico to us.

Praying singers and caretakers of the Earth.
Their prayer invokes the rainbow and their song invokes joy.

Coco Vizcarra,
from Peru

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Born and raised in Chachapoyas, a small village in the South American Amazon region, accompanied by traditional life and customs from birth.

Influenced by his grandfather, he immersed himself deeply in this world and followed the path of shamanism from a young age. He was only 24 years old when he was invited and accepted into the shamanic circle. From now on his whole life was determined by ceremonial disciplines.

He never stopped learning and expanding his knowledge of spiritual healing and general life discipline.
The will to go further took him to countries all over the world. Destinations were Venezuela, Mexico, Canada, the USA, Ecuador, Bolivia and his beloved motherland Peru. The obligatory path to advanced sessions to learn the wide world of shamanic healing brought Coco to the skills he possesses today.

Early in his life he understood that learning is only important when it is shared. So he decided to do it. Born an indigenous man who was taught the ability to heal, he shares his knowledge and tradition.

Here are the roots of indigenous life – RESPECT
It’s about respect. To everyone and everything.

One Mother Earth – Five Continents — Europe

Isharia Josefine Kerscher,
from Germany

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Iztacautli is her name

“She walks the path of the heart with the white eagle”

Born in 1965 into a huge family in Bavaria, mother of two daughters and recently a grandmother. From childhood on she lives in close connection with nature and in communication with the great spirit and its messengers, mother earth and the natural beings, trying to make the world shine brighter and to promote love and mindfulness.

From a young age she has been in contact with elders, healers, priests, medicine people and shamans. Many teachings, medicines and initiations were given to her on this path to serve the world. She has dedicated her life to healing and serving in the love of the Great Spirit.

In 1997 she had the vision that all peoples and traditions should unite in a large circle for the way into the new age. She also serves as a mediator between cultures and traditions and has wholeheartedly supported the Kiva ceremony since 1999.

«Awake and expand your consciousness in the presence of love from the divine heart.»

Raven Nashota,
from Germany

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Raven Nashota – “Black Raven Woman Flies and Sings”

“It is the ravens who look into all worlds and weave the worlds together with their voice.”

Her singing carries messages / messages / medicine / prayers and her being opens gates.

At the side of our gone grandmother and her teacher Ulrike Weiland “Silent Water Woman – Eye in the Wind” she came to the Kiva, and now she goes her own way in love and humility for Mother Earth and a role model of great devotion to the Kiva ceremony.

Together with the Sisterhood of the 13 Moons, she opens spaces for healing for women in the knowledge and being of working together.

Xenia Fitzner,
from Germany

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Born in the year of the wall.
Raised in West-Berlin at the edge of the city.
Accompanied by grandmothers, siblings, animals, gardens and ruins.
My Father, the medicine man, teached me healing, sympathy and adventurousness.
My Mother, the queen, gave me beauty and the courage in love.

About love, I know all and nothing, one thing for sure: “Love and Freedom are one.”
Adjure fortune: “What you call, comes!”
My magic is the magic of the body.
“.. the wisdom and experience of all beings is living inside us. We can use this wisdom to create a loving world.”

That’s it. That’s what I want.

Ina Mehrfert,
from Germany

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„Blue Eagle Crystal Eye“
With an overview like an eagle and her blue crystal clear eyes, she is one of the most experienced wisdom-keepers of the northern-eurasian tradition.

Practicing sweat lodges, in the service of light, over 20 years.

Blue Eagle Crystal Eye travelled the world bringing medicine wheels, crystals and water ceremonies to many sacred places.
With her motherhood devotion and her grounded roots she lead us the way to the heart space of the new time.

“Let Mother Nature guide you and your steps become seeds of love”

Helene Lindmark,
from Sweden

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Máttaráhkká (Great-Grandmother), Noijd
She walks the shamanic tradition of the ancestors’ heritage from Sápmi, the northern parts of Sweden, Russia and Finland. An old traditions from the Roots, which partly have been protected and hidden in silence.

With a deep gratitude to her call she shares with us Ancient Wisdom from the North. The journey in life, a journey into the Roots, a journey with an unknown destination.

”Let us come together and unify, and unify with ourselves in our heart. We are all gifted; all is inside us in our own unique temple. We are a child of Mother Earth. So let us walk, pray and go centered, solid together and be one voice for the world.”

Ragnar Johnsen,
born in Norway …

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He is “Walking the Path of the Heart”, sharing his medicine through ceremonies, workshops and retreats…
Guiding and helping us to re-connect with our Heart and the love & light within…
How we can listen, trust and be guided by our inner voice…
He is also a gifted Runemaster translating the messages of the Runes so that we can find our answers and get a better understanding of the path we are here to walk…

Info: Ragnar will be offering private rune readings for a fee of 50,- during these days.
Please get in touch with us if you are interested.

Raquel Haug,
from The Netherlands

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Through ceremony, sacred storytelling and ritual performances Raquel shares wisdom and knowledge about the women’s mysteries.
During an initiation ritual with Native American women thirty
years ago, she was taught how to synchronize her cycle with the lunar cycle and the cycles of
This ancient knowledge about the sacredness of life and the equality of men and
women is the basis of her teachings and prayers.

Annelies Theelen,
from The Netherlands

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Her mission is to support people to live from their heart with light and love. She works with respect for everyones original quality and finds her inspiration in how the bees work together. The way the bees cooperate is how they make the gold, the honey. Its about balance and harmony.
She is reconnected by ancestors with the knowledge of the Elder Futhark Runes. The origin of these Runes are from the ancestor tradition of the low countries/west Europe and it is time for her to go back to our own culture and traditions.

So it was channelled to her:
“Find the twelve sacred sounds on the Spinal Cord, if you find them and make these sounds with the people, they can be healed through their own DNA.”

Now the time has arrived to spread this gift from our European ancestors out into the world.

Tina Inlakech,
from Austria

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She is a bearer of the seed and bridge builder of the roots for the earth ceremony from Mexico to Austria and Europe.
As the guardian of sweat lodge medicine and the 1001 songs, she is one of the founders of the Feuerkreis tribe ( and part of the roots of the earth family and go-between the worlds.
Beekeeper, doula (midwife), Shiatsu practitioner … and in endless training to become a Heyoka (holy clown).

There are rumors saying she is a medicine woman, even if she strictly denies this.

Everything is good, everything is clear, everything is wonderful. (Quote: Don Mateo)

Dusty Miller,
from Great Britain

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His aim is to reconnect people again with Mother Earth and the standing people, the dryads, to teach everybody who wants to know how to communicate with the natural world.
Through a close relationship with the tree dryads, the standing people, living here long before us, all of us can learn a lot:new gates are opened and a lot of food for thought is given.

Dusty sees himselv as an ambassadors of the tree nation and opens the path way to the spirit world of the dryads.

Zoltán Sólyomfi-Nagy,
from Hungary

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“Life is a miracle. We should see and recognize this miracle within ourselves, and then our days will be spent in the splendor of the sun, in the light of God, walking the path of love.”

Attracted since early childhood by the structure of ideas, the view on life and the material and spiritual heritage of nature-loving peoples, he learns from the elders of Europe. The Magyars, the shamans of the steppes and in addition the traditions of the Native Americans.

He comes to us with the rhythm and dances from the steppes of Hungary and his ability to make contact with the world beyond sight.

Sütő Annamária Babi,
from Hungary

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She is a daughter – of her parents,
She is a mother – of her childs,
She is wife – of her husband.

She is She-Wolf.

The Way of the Wolf is an inner journey that leads her towards reality and closer to nature and to people.
She comes on this way and teaches this way, to give ground under our feet creating the basis for the spiritual path as well.

Her wisdom comes from her ancestors, all the mothers, all the Transylvanien and Szekler women; honored to instruct – as a “midwife” – women on all phases in life:
birth, parenting patterns, communication, aging , death, walking on embers, shamanic practices, ceremonies

Philip Aswind van der Zee,
from The Netherlands

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Always in search of a deeper way of understanding, a deeper way of prayer, healing and ceremony.
Through stories and songs, through sacred symbols and healing energies, dreams and visions … always moving forward … going deeper …

Forgiveness and thankfulness as part of a rich spiritual life … so many blessings.

The ancestors walk with us. They bless us. We are their living prayer.

Theresia van der Zee,
from The Netherlands

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Since childhood Theresia ( Whisper ) travels through the worlds of her star ancestors and Elven families.
She was bit of a strange and dreamy girl…not of this world some said .
She didn’t speak a lot and stayed somewhat hidden away from groups of people.
That sometimes felt a bit lonely, until she met an Irish old Bard who told her she is” one of the Fae people”. And that she should not forget to share the knowledge and energy of the Fae with people nowadays .
It’s time to connect …..

And so she did … Theresia found a way to integrate and share her worlds as a dance teacher … later traveling with puppet theater … storytelling and harp and drum and songs inspired by her star family and Elvenways.

Mrdhuin Amohi Raphael
Bastan, from Germany

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In a way his life is mysterious, but he is here and now.
One of the last Celtic priests in Europe who received his knowledge from an old uninterrupted family tradition, his grandparents and an uncle passed the family knowledge on to him.

He travelled and travelled more, worked with Native Americans, with Indian teachers, traveled to Ghana, to a rainmaker, and met Europe’s last druids and shamans of Baikal and Altai in Siberia.
It is the meaning and purpose of his work to cultivate the old eurasien rituals again, so that the people of EurAsia are beginning to work together in peace and freedom.
The healing of the missing love relations in our lives is his special concern.

This is how he says about love simply and clearly:
“Love is law that Goddess and God gave to this world when they created this world.
Love is free, it doesn’t expect, it doesn’t demand.
Love needs no reply.”

One Mother Earth – Five Continents — Asia

Rajendra Singh,
aus Indien

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He is known as “Jal Purush” – ”Waterman of India” – a renowned river rejuvenator and environmentalist, out of this he has been awarded the Stockholm Water Award (aka “Nobel prize for water”) in 2015. The Guardian named him “in the list of the world’s 50 people” in 2008 who can save the planet Earth.

Arvari, Ruparel, Sarsa, Bhagani, Maheshwara, Sabi, Tibra, Sairni, Jahazwali, Aru, Agarni, Mahakali and Inchanahallain Karnataka this are the rivers now revived by doing the right work.
Building Johads & Anicuts (traditional earthen dams) and other structures to collect water and bring it back to over 1000 villages. The result shows up in a 10.000 square kilometre area.
Tarun Bharat Sangh is the NGO he is working together since decades to rejuvenate waters. He has an open ear for the people in the villages and all the work is done in common contribution.

Considering the Pancha Mabhutas: In its prosperity is the prosperity of the entire living world.

By actively following the path of Mahatma Gandhi his message is:
“Make peace in the world through water. It can be done! May we all be together and have the moral strength to make this a reality!”

Bhakti Lup,
from Mexico for India

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Originally from Mexico-City she was in contact from the early beginning with the wisdom of this countries ancestor and is part of a circle of woman and dancers of the moon Xochimeztli.
She began to study and practice the Indian Hare-Krishna Philosophy. A philosophy in service to god and all beings.

She is a yoga teacher and facilitator of women’s circles. Seventh generation youth council member of united Abya Yala, promoter of culture and rights of Mother Earth.

Since 2015 from Colombia, she is connected to the Kiva Ceremony and prayer and helped the Hare-Krishna Family to bring the Roots of the Earth in 2019 to India.

Odsuren Sangibat,
from Mongolia

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She comes from the southern part of Mongolia known as Khalkh Mongol, embraces and upholds the traditions and heritage of her ancestors. By doing so, she supports the people, cultural heritage, and traditions of Mongolia as a whole, ensuring their continued existence.

Communicating her message through ceremonies, rituals, healing practices, and massage,
especially and by the elements of fire and sun.

Her deep desire is for people of all nationalities to come together and unite in their hearts, along with Mother Earth, our shared home. She encourages embracing nature in all its forms, including water, sun, air, and fire, recognizing its importance and interconnectedness.

Ariunsanaa Norov,
from Mongolia

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He is a shaman from Uvs Province in Mongolia, deeply connected to the traditions of his ancestors and has been dedicated to the vocation and its meaning since four years.

Through ceremonies, rituals, healing methods, and massages, he conveys his message to others.
For Ariunsanaa, the connection with the elements of air, rain, and water is very important for the vision of the world.

His dearest desire is for people of all nationalities to come together in unity and embrace Mother Earth as our collective mother. He encourages the embrace of nature and recognizes the important roles that water, sun, air, and fire play in sustaining life on our planet.

Ariunsanaa’s beliefs and practices reflect a deep reverence for nature and a call for harmony and connection with the environment. By embracing and respecting the elements that sustain us, he hopes to inspire a deeper understanding and appreciation of the connection of all living beings to our planet.

Ganga Nandini,
from India

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She is a Yoga Teacher teaching at Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh for over 12 years.

By this she is a Spiritual Humanist, Young Leader and Karma Yogi and deeply passionate about health, wellness and service. She serves as the Director of the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance, supervising and coordinating for the Divine Shakti Foundation, Ganga Action Parivar, and numerous other service initiatives.

While living at Parmarth Niketan, she has experienced firsthand the miracle of living and practicing a yogic lifestyle, having healed from an autoimmune disorder she had been diagnosed and with a history of ill-health from childhood. Today she lives with health and happiness and is enthusiastic to share the gift of yoga with all.

Aayla Shaman,
from Sibiria

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She accompanies and supports people all over the world with all her love and devotion and the strength of her Altaic ancestors to lead a happy, powerful and self-determined life.
In doing so, she brings old female knowledge back to women and reminds them of the valuable work with the family tree and ancestors.

One Mother Earth – Five Continents — Africa

Rutendo Lerato Ngara,
from South Africa

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She is also known as Neterteri Meska, Feng Xian or Lapo’Mhlaba and she is a weaver, not only of tapestries.

A weaver between the stars, the environment, the society and all aspects of NaTuRe.
Out if all African Indigenous Knowledge she cares as wisdom keeper, she is and builds a bridge between systems as a spiritual coach, priestess, diviner and counselor.
She however does not see herself as a healer – but rather a mirror-reflecting-the-sun, who ignites others into their own healing superpowers.

Rivers are her respite, forests her fortitude, mountains her mainstay.
The quest for harmony, co- existence and complimentarity underpins her endeavours.

Mphatheleni Makaulule,
from South Africa

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She is an activist, academic and Indigenous Knowledge Systems Keeper from Venda, who has made it her life’s mission to defend sacred natural sites.
She is the founder of the Mupo Foundation (now registered as Dzomo la Mupo – ‘The Voice of the Earth’), a community-based organisation dedicated to protecting Nature in all its forms.

Her work is rooted in the protection of Zwifho (sacred indigenous forests), seeds and food systems, while creating spaces of intergenerational learning.
She works closely with the Makhadzi of the communities – women who are the custodians of sacred natural sites such as indigenous forests, rivers, springs and wetlands.

Dzomo la Mupo seeks to revive the confidence of the custodian communities and stand firm against some of the threats to their land, culture and livelihoods, such as mining projects in the region. Vho-Mphatheleni previously received a Bill Clinton Fellowship to study leadership in the USA, and in 2012 she was one of the UN Forest Heroes Program & Award finalists.

One Mother Earth – Five Continents — Ozeania

Ida Ayu Purnamawati,
named Dayu, from Bali

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AUM Swastiastu
AUM Avignam astu nama sidham
AUM Anobadrah Krtavo yantu visvatah
She was born in Klungkung , East Bali. In a family of healers and high priests from Brahmana Caste.

She loves to share the knowledge and experience that she has in life, to support and be there, to guide others who are willing to walk in God’s way.

Her mission is to encourage people to embrace each other, to work hand by hand with an open heart and purity, to understand that we are ones.

Her message:
“Use the difference as the color of life, as the strength of each other, the power of unity.
Life is about balance. Life is a choice. Walk and work together with purity and great full feeling.
May the blessing be.
AUM Shanty shanty shanty

seMUel M.J. Sahureka,
from Maluku, Indonesia

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He is one of the Allifuru people, the original inhabitants of Maluku or Molo Uku.

Molo Uku, the country that rose first above the sea when the world was once covered with water and part of the legendary Mu, which can still be traced in old stories and songs.

He is specialized in the history, cultural heritage, the traditional Adat system and the natural environment of the indigenous Allifuru people and ordained from the Tribal Chiefs to fulfil this extra ordinary position to give lectures pertaining to contemporary environmental issues and the protection/preservation of Mother Earth as seen from the indigenous perspective.

He seeks cooperation and recognition in sharing tools, skills and knowledge to safeguard Mother Earth and for the survival of mankind.

With us in the circle, not with us at the Kiva 2023

Shirley Djukurnã Krenak,
from Brasil

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Indigenous activist, indigenous activist. Perhaps this pair of words arranged in this pun is the best way to start introducing Shirley Djukurnã Krenak, a native woman from the Brazilian land.
Since she was 13 years old, she has responded to Mother Earth’s call to be a representative of indigenous rights and, above all, to fight for the preservation of the environment and ancestral spirituality.

Today, at the age of ’40’, she dedicated herself in body and soul to the struggle of indigenous women, something inherited from her traditional name, Djukurnã: a woman always willing, because she is the bearer of the spirit that never grows old.

Derwish Osman,
from Turkey

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As a follower (murid) of Sufimaster Shaukh Nazim Al-Haqqani and Shaykh Hisham Kabbani, world renowned scholars and spiritual masters of the Naqsibandiyya Sufi Order, he has the permission to give lectures and teachings in the mystic meditation of the sufi’s (sufi meditation and whirling performances).

Sinan Arat,
from Turkey

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He plays the Ney (a flute – and the oldest known instrument) and singer.
Master student of the legendary Bansuri master Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia and the Ney master Kudsi Erguner.

In encounter with this mystical flute, the Ney, his playing style shows the reflection of different approaches, regional Anatolian folk music, and Ottoman and Indian classical music as well as fusion and experimental forms.

Music is an invisible bridge of a breath, where we all are linked and somehow creating a view of life and love in a genuine dimension. Its a bridge through a stone to human, through the hearth to cosmos, through silence to the big bang, through multitude to the oneness.

Ruben Monroe Saufkie Sr,
from USA

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He comes from the Water Clan of the Hopi People of Arizona.
A messenger of H20PI, sharing peace through water and is encouraged to help as many people to find the compassion toward forgiveness to awaken their hearts. It is a way to live in balance, harmony, and a unity, which leads to peace and being Hopi.

His message: “Let us do our very best to live by the Creators law, which is very simple: take care of the land and it will take care of you. May peace prevail within and throughout the world and universe.”

Heinz Zinke,
from Austria

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Mother Earth Son
From is very early childhood he is in a strong connection to nature and the Alps of Austria.

He tells soul stories at the bison fur of his teacher Devalon Small Legs Long Time Traveling, a medicine man of the Blackfoot from Canada; He is alpine shaman and vision seeker.

“It is my task, to give my fire for Mother Earth”

A Herz

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