Hawk photo by Mirek Jahoda
This series is a place for indigenous people to share their unique knowledge, insights, cultural heritage, beliefs, and the challenges they face. It is also for groups who work to help indigenous or Original Peoples to bring a voice to their needs and offer ways that you can support or get involved.
The series aims to open our hearts and minds to cultures that have treasured our planet and could share insights that we can use to connect more with nature and each other. We hope that you will be inspired, informed and intrigued.
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“Through consciousness, our minds have the power to change our planet and ourselves. It is time we heed the wisdom of the ancient indigenous people and channel our consciousness and spirit to tend the garden and not destroy it." ~ Bruce Lipton
This month, we are delighted to welcome Maritza Centeno from the Matagalpa community in Nicaragua to the series. Martiza is a Nicaraguan indigenous and spiritual leader who also founded a women’s coffee co-operative in La Laguna that includes 23 indigenous women owner-workers.
Martiza has previously been invited to speak at the UN and sees her homeland currently being deforested by miners in search of gold.
From her inspirational work for indigenous rights to growing a co-operative that empowers women in their efforts to save the land and with a special blessing to close, we hope you will join us in celebrating this beautiful soul and conversation.
With a special thanks to guest host Eva Iglesias who translates for us and helps to spread their work and message.To learn more about Café D'Yasica coffee, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org