Red Road to the Moon
with the Grandmothers Malinali & Ana Itzpapaloti and Guerrero
March 21 - 24, 2016
Nowadays men are being included in the Moondance circles, since we entered another vibration, the vibration of the sixth sun, which is the age of Aquarius. Now men and women have the chance to make a change in the harmony between the Sun and the Moon.
This will provide the opportunity to the families of the future to have a more spiritual and committed life with our children and mother earth.
The dance is an opportunity to connect with our internal being and with the essences that life provides, the dance, the singing and being awake help our being enter into an elevated state of sensibility and value, life, health and family.
This spiritual tradition provides the quality of making us very sensitive and to love everything that has life and movement.
It is the Red Road from the heart, using a variety of techniques that connect us with the spirit.
The dance, the force of the moon and the masters of the night and nature, let us vibrate in harmony with the whole universe. Dancing as a family, united in one circle of love and good will, unifying our intentions of a better life, gives strength to our prayers to the creator."
In an ever-changing world, PachaMama is reinforcing the spine of its community. In the Dual Dance, we reinforce our connection within the community and to nature, as well strengthening the bond between the feminine and the masculine.
The Mexica elders, Malinali, from Mexico and Grandmother Itzpapalotl from Puerto Rico will lead us through the "Dual Moon Dance". For four nights of structured dance under the full moon, we make an offering of our time, sleep, regular meals, prayers and songs.
This is the community's opportunity to
offer gratitude, prayers and deep wishes individually and as a whole.
We start and finish each night with a short sweat lodge to open and close this prayer. During the day we rest and receive talks from the Elders about the Aztec/Mexica/Red Road ways. Through the passing of this knowledge, we understand that we are walking together on the Earth as one people.
This Year PachaMama is completing six years of holding the Dual Dance on its land.
In the week before this four-night prayer, we will have several activities such as:
- Mexica danza classes
- Palabra (talks) with the Mexica elders
Please bring camping gear. A special outfit required for the Dual Dance will be available to buy in PachaMama. Please preorder.
Abuela Malinali and
are leaders of the Mexica/ Aztec way in Mexico.
Malinali leads the annual Moondance prayer in Mexico, Costa Rica and Colombia and Guerrero leads the Sundance in Mexico.
They both hold a cultural center in Mexico City and have a Mexica Danza group since 13 years. They are devoted to the Red Road ways and share these ancient traditions with love and humor.
Abuela Ana Itzpapaloti
is a leader of the Mexica/ Aztec way in Costa Rica. Together with Malinali she leads the annual Moondance prayer in her own center in Puriscal, Costa Rica.
Dual Dance May 2012