We are all future Ancestors
Bringing heart-expansive moments through anthropology, ancient traditions, and modern science. As a community, we have offerings that allow us to come together to remember our innate nature and the legacy we want to leave behind through traditional teachings. Offerings also include bridging Indigenous teachings within climate solution-based projects and events.
Weave with Mariana
Life Story Ceremony
An intimate 1:1 session bridging ancient traditions with interview practices, Mariana's session aims to get to the language of the heart, honoring your most sacred wisdom to pass on to your loved ones.
A sacred responsibility to bridge culture's together through an anthropological lens. In past projects, this has included advocacy work with Climate Change at COP26 & translating in the documentary Endangered Generation.
Some of my greatest joy and honor comes from sharing and creating heart-opening moments. Please reach out here to explore booking me to offer guided meditations, webinars, and anthropological talks for your community.
Ancient Meditation and Cacao Ceremony
Caca0 Ceremony, Meditation and Sound healing offerings to remind you of your heart's language and intrinsic nature. Each cohort and offering has its unique meditations. Feel free to browse our meditations in our Resources to find one that calls you!
The Anthropology of Death
An anthropological exploration of the themes of death in various cultures' cosmovisions- we alternate every month.
The Anthropology of Rites of Passage
A deep cross-cultural exploration of our ancestor's views of Ritual and Ceremony through life's phases.
Our human experience podcast explore the notion of our experience, what elements we all go though in the state of being mortal. We explore this through the lease of archaeology, anthropology, psychology, spirituality and philosophy.
Our meditations are grounded in giving you a sense of connectivity and profound serenity through times of grief, loss, and mourning.
Standford University did end-of-life research highlighting the most common feeling was the regret of not telling loved ones how much they care.
Our life letter helps families write out their reflections and messages to their loved ones.