“The Red Road came here and we started to learn new tools of setting our intention. We’ve learned how to enter the sweat lodge and pray, to enter the ceremony, to respect the elements and the directions, to be in tune with nature and not take it for granted. How to allow the feminine force to come out and protect the astral body of PachaMama by dancing to the moon, by adopting these traditions.”
“It is a prayer of intention that we set in tune with the nature, burning what we need to burn within ourselves, it has the same value and is the second leg of the silence retreat this red road path.”
A quote from Satsang with Tyohar
The Camino Rojo (Red Road) is a connection to nature and spirit, how the natives of this continent pray.
Coming together for ceremonies and prayer, music and dance. Honoring the elements, celebrating creation, welcoming all colors of humanity. The Red Road is a meeting place for travelers on the path of love and beauty, following in the footsteps of the spiritual ancestors of this continent.
Reuniting women and men, children and families to the earth and the essence of the moon, this sacred four-day ceremonial dance is a remembrance of the ancient traditions of these lands of the Americas. Through sharing sacred songs, teachings, and movement, a deep and profound healing can be accessed. Each step is a prayer.
The Sweatlodge is a sacred Indigenous ceremony honoring the elements of life, in which stones are heated in the fire and placed within the lodge, and water is poured on the stones to create steam. This steam, along with songs, prayers and intention is very purifying on the physical, mental and spiritual levels. The Sweatlodge is considered to be the womb of Mother Earth and is an ancient and pure form of medicine.
Gathering as a family, PachaMama honors the sacred plant medicines around the fire sharing prayers and songs. This is an opportunity to re-establish our relations as a community while flowing in harmony with all that life has to offer.
The Tribal Gathering is a meeting place for those walking the Red Road, travelers on the path of love and beauty, following in the footsteps of the spiritual ancestors of this continent.