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2022 Vision Council Support

Please donate to our Fundraiser Campaign to support elders and wisdom keepers to participate at the “Embrace of the Amate” - XVI Vision Council - Guardians of the Earth located in Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico. This gathering will take place from December 4th - December 11th, 2022.

By donating to our Fundraiser Campaign 100% of your donation will go to the cause to support elders and wisdom keepers to attend and share their knowledge at this event to enrich our lives and the next generations to come.

Weaving Worlds - Tejiendo Mundos is a tax deductible nonprofit organization that supports projects for social change, environmental sustainability, and holistic regenerative design aligned with ancestral wisdom and creativity.

When you donate to our organization and cause you will receive our Tax ID number that you can use for your own tax records.

If you would like to come to this event and join our Weaving Worlds Camp please email us directly for more information. By joining our Weaving Worlds Camp you will join a tight knit family, have access to a relaxing chill out zone on the camp grounds, while also supporting our Fundraising Campaign to bring elders and wisdom keepers to the Vision Council. Your Camp Dues of $305 USD will include the 7 day entrance ticket to the event, 3 meals a day plus logistical support and a built in Weaving Worlds community home base.

More about the Vision Council: The Vision Council - Guardians of the Earth is a multidisciplinary educational event focused on generating social and environmental change, which serves as a forum for the exchange of resources and practical knowledge with the aim of enriching the knowledge of participants in subjects that build a reconnection with nature. The program includes a week-long schedule with simultaneous offerings on holistic health, ancestral traditions, permaculture, organic agriculture, ecovillages, natural building techniques, and viable models for ecological and social regeneration.

The Vision Council has its origin in the desire to gather ecologists, healers, elders and wisdom keepers of various traditions, young people and artists from different parts of Latin America and the world, with the goal of living together for seven days and sharing a vision of a planet re-created on values of cooperation, creativity, diversity, tolerance, social justice, health, well-being, and respect towards all forms of life.

In the Spring of 1990, Huehuecoyotl Ecovillage in the state of Morelos, Mexico, convened a gathering of scientists and guardians of sacred traditions that included the participation of representatives of Indigenous nations, environmental movements and artists.

Together we conceived the idea to continue the encounter in events that would be called "Vision Council-Guardians of the Earth," and we collaborated to organize the first such event the following year in the Ñañú (Otomí) Ceremonial Center in Temoaya, in the State of Mexico.In the subsequent years we have organized in 15 gatherings in Mexico and two international gatherings, in Brazil and Peru.

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