Ancient Wisdom Rising

Preserving the Living Continuity of Ancient Wisdom Worldwide Through Dialogue and Discovery

Ancient Wisdom Rising

Preserving the Living Continuity of Ancient Wisdom Worldwide Through Dialogue and Discovery

Indigenous wisdom traditions provide the world with diverse perspectives and practices based on respect, reciprocity and balance. As we increasingly feel the limitations of global systems that jeopardize our Earth, Sacred Fire Foundation encourages multi-generational gatherings centered on ancestral wisdom for social change. Here, we invite you to rise with us to experience the world as living, aware and sacred.

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The next Ancient Wisdom Rising, Sacred Fire Foundation’s premier event, is planned for the summer of 2018. Check back here for more information soon.

A day at Nii Juinti

A good part of the grant received from Sacred Fire Foundation allowed the Nii Juinti school to buy all the necessary instruments and pay the workforce for cleaning, preparing and planting a wide variety of medicine plants typically utilized in the Shipibo culture by shamans.

Ancient Wisdom Rising Archive

Ancient Wisdom Rising 2015

With Bienvenido Arroyo, Shri Vivek Shastri L. Godbole, Benerexa Marquez, R. Carlos Nakai, Caleen Sisk, Marcos Terena, Haudenosaunee Dancers, and Mamadouba (Mimo) Camara
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Ancient Wisdom Rising 2012

With Oren Lyons, Marie Junaluska, Marcy Vaughn, Sam Proctor, Sobonfu Somé, Ustad Ghulam Farid Nizami, Grandmother Walking Thunder, and Larry Merculieff
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Ancient Wisdom Rising 2011

With Sobonfu Somé, Erick Gonzalez, Raina Ferris, Woody Morrison, Shri Vivek Shastri L. Godbole, Eliot Cowan, Ray Williams, and Tom Goldtooth
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2nd InterSpiritual Conference

With Colin Campbell, Eliot Cowan, Tasnim Fernandez, Flordemayo, Grandma Bertha Grove, Dan Hessey, Lei O’hu Ryder, Malidoma Somé, and David Wiley
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A day at Nii Juinti

A good part of the grant received from Sacred Fire Foundation allowed the Nii Juinti school to buy all the necessary instruments and pay the workforce for cleaning, preparing and planting a wide variety of medicine plants typically utilized in the Shipibo culture by shamans.

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