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Embracing Wisdom: The 13 Indigenous Grandmothers and The Grandmothers Wisdom Project

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2nd Oct 2023

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Gathering quietly and regularly to hold council for the protection of the world is a remarkable group of women known as the "13 Indigenous Grandmothers". Their inspiring initiative, "The Grandmothers Wisdom Project." will soon be holding a transformative retreat at the Hub Culture Oasis in Kaua'i.

The Grandmothers Wisdom Project draws its inspiration from thirteen elder women, the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. Their mission is a profound one: to support all people in reclaiming their relationship with Mother Earth, advocating for a transformation in the heart, mind, and spirit.

About The Grandmothers Wisdom Project

The Grandmothers Wisdom Project is an Earth-based community actively working to build a bridge that supports the living legacy of ancient traditions. These traditions offer us deeper insights into the mysteries of life and emphasize the importance of honoring the connections that exist among all beings, nature, and the cosmos.

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As a collective of women, The Grandmothers Wisdom Project is devoted to the restoration and continuation of the feminine spirit. Their work encompasses a wide range of vital issues, including:

  1. Peace: Advocating for peace on a global scale and supporting conflict resolution through wisdom and compassion.

  2. Justice: Promoting justice, fairness, and equality for all people, regardless of their background or circumstances.

  3. Human Rights: Championing the protection and preservation of human rights for individuals and communities around the world.

  4. Indigenous Rights: Amplifying the voices of Indigenous communities and advocating for the preservation of their cultures, traditions, and lands.

  5. Environmental Protection: Recognizing the urgency of environmental challenges and advocating for sustainable practices to protect our planet.

  6. Children and the Elderly: Ensuring the health and welfare of future generations by caring for children and respecting the wisdom of the elderly.

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The Grandmothers Wisdom Project believes in the power of unity, spirituality, and the interconnectedness of all life. By aligning their efforts with the wisdom of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, they seek to bring about positive change and healing on a global scale.

The Grandmothers Wisdom Project reminds us that by embracing ancient wisdom, fostering unity, and nurturing our connection with the Earth, we can create a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world for all.