Honoring the Equinox with Arkan Lushwala

Pachamama Alliance

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This call is part of Resilience and Possibility in These Times, a series of online offerings to support us all in staying connected to one another, to a vision for the future, and to the spirit of life in these challenging times.

About the Call

Join Peruvian ceremonialist and healer Arkan Lushwala, a cherished partner and mentor of Pachamama Alliance, in conversation with the global community to mark the upcoming equinox.

The equinox is a time of transition, both of the seasons and of our internal journey, moving towards rebirth in the Northern Hemisphere and harvest in the Southern Hemisphere. Day and night are in balance, reminding us to seek balance in our own lives. Society is immersed in transition at this time as well, as the systems of modernity are increasingly out of balance.

In this conversation, Arkan will share his thoughts on the significance of this moment in the year and in history, and will respond to questions from the audience.

About the Speaker

Arkan Lushwala is an Andean ceremonialist and healer, and a longtime friend of Pachamama Alliance. Born and raised in Peru, Arkan founded the Arawaka community in New Mexico where he focuses on teaching practices that can restore balance to the planet. He has authored two books, The Time of the Black Jaguar: An Offering of Indigenous Wisdom for the Continuity of Life on Earth and Deer & Thunder: Indigenous Ways of Restoring the World.