Who are we?
We found our heart in the ancient traditions of what is known as America, in the songs and smells, in nature , in joy , in tears and ashes, we have learn in the the ceremonial places, in the temazcal, in the vision quest, and laugh with each other and we still have so many questions with no answer that's why we continue on the search.
We respect every tradition which foundations are aligned on keeping the natural world in balance, caring for other sentient beings, and supporting other humans in their self realization.
The Mayans of Mexico and Guatemala, the Choctaw-Apache of North America and the Shipibo of Amazonas in Perú are our grandfathers and grandmothers.
We believe that the ancient traditions need to be respected, honored and be shared with other humans, that's why, under the consent of our masters, we are taking their teachings and sharing it to the world.
MEET the DREAMERS
Ricardo Goni (México)
Ricardo is an Aztlan native (Aztec area) and was grounded and formed in the Mayan Tzotzil traditions in the mountains of the South of Mexico.
He received the call from the Shipibo tradition in Amazons in Peru, the Maestro Curandero Hernan Camps Yopan formed him.
After being initiated, Ricardo started a Peace Journey in 2012 with the blessing of the Mayan Counsel, walking with Juan Carlos Reyes in Mexico, Ricardo continued with the Peace Journey in South America and Europe where he does workshops, ceremonies and 1 to 1 healing sessions.
Romina follow the Mayan traditions from Guatemala, specifically the Mam tradition, she planted her heart on the roots of the Lacandona jungle, guiding groups of men and women to find themselves there and to connect with the Universal nature.
La Casa del Alma
Juan Carlos Reyes
From Guadalajara, Jal Mexico, descendent of Purepecha roots, formed by the Mexica and Wixarika traditions.
Juan Carlos guides Vision Quests, Embrace to the earth and Temaskal.
Oscar participated for some time in the"Desert Cloud Flute Circle" in Henderson City, Nevada.
He is a friend and disciple of John Bear, a Choctaw-Apache medicine man, from whom he learned to play and use flute medicine.
He learned the art of making flutes in the Nevada Desert, in the region of the Paiute People.