Sacred Yawanawa Musical Activation with Jordao De Souza

Tickets start at $20
Friday, January 31, 2020

About the Event

Join us for this very special evening to hear beautiful stories and sacred activation songs from the Yawanawa Tribe of the Amazon, led by Jordao De Souza.

As part of this fundraising event, we will provide information on how recent donations from our Vancouver community have contributed to the ongoing sustainable living projects in the village of Mutum.

We will also share the Yawanawa’s vision and how we can participate in supporting them in meeting that vision, as well as empowering their way of life and the preservation of the forest and their culture.

We invite ALL who feel the call of Mother Earth to support the Sacred Forests and its guardians!

Come connect in person to the Music of the Forest… And if you aren’t able to attend, please proceed to still purchase as many DONATION tickets as possible. We sincerely thank you in advance on behalf of the Yawanawa!

All raised funds go to support the Yawanawa tribe in the Acre Region of the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil.

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Date And Time

Friday, January 31, 2020
Start Time 7:00 pm

Location

St. Christopher’s Anglican Church West Vancouver
1068 Inglewood Ave West Vancouver, British Columbia V7T 1Y3

Special Instructions For Guests

Doors open at 6:30 PM. Please be seated by 7 PM.Special announcements will be made regarding opportunities to travel to Brazil to spend time with the Yawanawa tribe in the village of Mutum.

Refund Policy

Sorry, No Ticket Refunds

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Speakers & Honored Guests

Jordão de Melo e Souza

Healer & Musician
Jordão de Melo e Souza was born in 1993 in Rio de Janeiro. He is the son of Padrinho Paulo Roberto and Madrinha Nonata, and the grandson of Padrinho Sebastiao, who is one of the most important leaders of the Santo Daime religion in Brazil. In 1985, his father Paulo Roberto Silva e Souza organized and led a scientific commission that convinced the Brazilian government to legalize and protect ayahuasca for religious uses. This family patrimony exposed him from early childhood to Amazonian shamanism and spirituality.Through his family's personal connection and close bond with the Yawanawa tribe, who live in the Rio Gregório region of Acre in Brazil, Jordao was also immersed in their sacred traditions and ancestral culture. As a result, he had the opportunity of spending many years learning next to their elder, most specifically Paje Yawa, as well as being the last apprentice completing his complete shamanic diet and training under Paje Tata, prior to his passing a few years ago.Today, Jordao is the husband of Kenewma, a powerful Yawanawa leader, a direct descendent of the tribe chieftains, and a key figure in the new generation of women who lead within the community. Both Jordao and Kenewma are spiritual healers and leaders raising awareness about the preservation of the Amazon rainforest and its sacred medicines, facilitating healing retreats and actively leading a variety of projects in the Mutum Village. His areas of interest include sustainability in construction, management of forest resources and social inclusion in civil engineering.
Organizer of "Sacred Yawanawa Musical Activation with Jordao De Souza":
Organized by Amazonia 911

St. Christopher’s Anglican Church West Vancouver

1068 Inglewood Ave West Vancouver, British Columbia V7T 1Y3
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