Director: Various Indigenous Communities | Producer: Conversations with the Earth & InsightShare
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: United Kingdom
Hipolito, a shaman from Cusco, Peru facilitates traditional Quechua rituals to preserve valuable knowledge and ways of relating to our Mother Earth. He explains how the rituals remind people that whatever we do, we should do it without harming other people and our environment. Moreover rituals provide a way for people from different places to connect with each other through sharing experiences, making offers and praying together.
Hipolito | 5mins
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