PAUA START-UP COMPETITION & INDIGENOUS TRIBE SPEAKERS!
The Kogi and Puyanawa tribes are coming to PAUA Paris 2023
We are excited to announce the indigenous tribe leaders from the Kogi and Puyanawa tribes will be joining us at PAUA Paris 2023!
These are two ancient, indigenous groups from South America whose wisdom is of the ages and have agreed to join PAUA Paris 2023 to bring their message and traditions.
THE KOGI, an indigenous group from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains in Colombia, are known for their unique culture, beliefs, and way of life.
The Kogi have long been recognized for their profound understanding of the natural world. Their traditional practices reflect a deep connection and reverence for the environment. At the conference, members of the Kogi tribes will share their wisdom and insights on how all people can work together to protect the planet and build a more sustainable future.
Their masters the “Mamos” are isolated in a dark cave from birth up to some time between 9 and 20 years. This is to connect to nature, and train so they may assume their roles as spiritual leaders.
This is a rare opportunity to learn from a community that has lived in harmony with nature for millenia. The Kogi do not receive groups, do tours or hold ceremonies. They have lived isolated in the mountains of Sierra Nevada in Colombia for more than 4,000 years, from an increasingly urban and technologically infused society. They understand the mission of PAUA, and agreed to join and be part of our event. We are honoured, humbled and thrilled to have them as part of our event.
You can learn more about their way of life by watching this film here:
THE PUYANAWA are an indigenous group from the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, known for their deep connection to the land and their powerful spiritual practices.
At the conference, members of the Puyanawa tribes will be sharing their wisdom and insights on how we can cultivate a more harmonious relationship with nature. They will be discussing their traditional methods of sustainable agriculture and the importance of preserving biodiversity in the Amazon rainforest.
The Puyanawa have been working tirelessly to protect their ancestral lands from destruction, and their story is a powerful reminder of the importance of protecting our planet's natural resources.
We believe that these shamanic perspectives will offer valuable insights and inspire us all to take action towards a more sustainable future.
You can grab EARLY-BIRD TICKETS now for your chance to be witness to this one of its kind gathering in Paris, France!
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We look forward to seeing you there.
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