Saq’ Be’ (pronounced Sock Bay) is an organization for Mayan and Indigenous spiritual studies that was formed at the turn of the 21st century at the request of Mayan elders in Guatemala.
Sacha Warmi Project
“In the indigenous world, traditions teach that to “live well” one must value the knowledge and wisdom of the elderly, as well as maintain a respectful and harmonious relationship […]
Navajo Ceremony Project
The Navajo Project measures the effects of Diné Ceremony on patients with depression.
Shipibo Student Project
The Center for Shamanic Education & Exchange (CSEE) has been supporting the university-level education of young members of the Shipibo for the past seven years, mentoring the graduates as they develop businesses […]
Cultural Exchange Project
For the Shipibo tribe of the Amazon jungle, the word Inca refers to their ancient ancestors, and according to Shipibo legend, many of their cultural traditions and shamanic wisdom […]
Q’ero School Construction Project
The Q’ero are a Quechua speaking tribe from the central mountains of Peru.