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On Wednesday, September 4th, we welcome back four Mamos & a Zaga. They will offer a special healing circle at Golden Drum. This is deeper work in an intimate group setting. The healing ceremony will last around 2 hours. Please come early. We will close the door once we begin the circle.
We cannot issue refunds to those who do not show or who come late to the event. Refunds will not be issued within 24-hours of the event.
In unbroken lineage for over a millennia, Mamos and Zagas belonging to the planet's last pre-Columbian people have undergone life-long training in Earth stewardship. They hold the Feminine as absolutely sacred. They communicate directly with Mother Nature and minister to living beings, elements and plants in ecosystems worldwide through pagamento, literally payment to Mother Earth for her constant and abundant gifts. Pagemento has mitigated drought, prevented disease in flora and fauna, calmed storms and prevented disaster worldwide since time immemorial.
Mamos and Zagas see you through the Mother's eyes as an interconnected individual within the natural environment, not as something separate from it. With compassion and without judgment they instantly access and clear dis-ease, bringing you into harmony in spirit/mind/body. They treat holistically, meaning they heal our relationship to all of Nature, including personal environment (the physical space you live and work in, and all those you interact with).
Attending a workshop with the Teyuna has a butterfly effect that resonates from your physical placement on the planet to the Sacred Mountain of the SNSM, and resonates world-wide. People feel a sense of hope and connection that is unprecedented. Energy is re-aligned and an opening that offers us the freedom to be our unique and universal selves fully is facilitated.
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The Mamos and Zagas are coming from the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta (Colombia, South America. This Sacred Mountain is located in Colombia South America and comprises 3 states of that country: Magdalena, Cesar and Guajira. There are four ethnicities in the Teyuna (or Tayrona as many people call them): the Kogis, the Wiwas, the Arhuaco and the Kankuamo and they work as a unit. They share the same Cosmology, Sacred Wisdom and Knowledge but each of them speaks their own dialect.
Mamo Cencio - Kogi Mamo from the State of Guajira
Mamo Senchina - Kogi Mamo from Magdalena state
Zaga Josefina- Wiwa Zaga from the Guajira state
Mamo Artilio - Aruhuaco