This public workshop will elaborate on the Anahuac cosmo perception and mexica time count. Learn more about the significance of the four directions, the mexica eras, the sixth sun and the last message of Cuauhtemoc, one of the last Mexica leaders. Workshop will be led by Curandero Healer Juan Carlos Solano Alcocer online from Morelos, Mexico and led in Spanish.
Juan Carlos Solano Alcocer, from a very young age he was interested in the connection with nature and the relationship with human beings. He studied Rural Development Engineering at the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos (UAEM), worked for more than 7 years in communities in the south of the State of Morelos in productive projects but above all to empower their culture and traditions. Upon graduating from the University, he had the opportunity to work on projects for the production, transformation and commercialization of medicinal plants. He also had the opportunity to work at the Maya foundation, where he moved to the southeast of Mexico, to the Maya region where he lived for about 9 months. That was the first fundamental moment, in the decision he made to start the path of medicine.
Tia Chucha’s Centro Cultural & Bookstore--with a mission to transform community through ancestral knowledge, the arts, literacy and creative engagement--is honored to host this project called The Indigenous in Us: Embracing Ancestral Knowledge & Sharing the Beauty of Practice. Curanderismo series is part of our free public cultural events. Showcasing Northeast San Fernando Valley community-based indigenous practices of Native Mexica and local Native American groups benefit individual and social wellbeing through the sharing of ancestral knowledge and arts.
Registracion para Cosmo percepcion anahuaca y cuenta del tiempo: