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Community Study

Muerte Series

Navigating the Veil 

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Relationship Reclamation to Death 

Throughout history, life and death, have found a space for contemplation in the human experience. Both experiences have been the object of inspiration, amazement, or fear, but also a turning point to relate and understand the world around us.

Death is something that has been and is very present in the lives of human beings. It has been a topic that has worried or been in contemplation of humans since the beginning of our time.  This contemplation and experience is something we all share cross-culturally. 

Like many of my teachers say, we are spiritual beings living an earthly experience. And death is a phenomenon that every person and living being experiences, therefore we must look at how Life and Death are mirrored in relation with each other. 

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Step into a realm where the profound interplay between life and death unfolds, where ancient wisdom converges with contemporary insights. Our Muerte Series is dedicated to the study of death, an exploration of the intricate relationship between the living and the departed. This timeless connection, enriched by ancestral traditions, is not static but evolves, echoing the ever-changing tapestry of human existence.

Join us for a series of captivating courses, and immersive workshops that delve into this intricate relationship. Our offerings provide a sense of wisdom of these profound transitions and the people who have embraced them throughout history.

Journey of Ancestral Connection: Death Studies Unveiled

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5 Week Community Studies

Reimagining Death Cohort

Annual: October 

Our earthly ancestors have left us a trail of wisdom, transcending cultures and generations. Join us in diving deep into ancestral views of death, from the Mexica-Azteca to the Greeks, Celtics, and Mayans. Uncover the essence of death as a living entity that guides us through the transformation, so we can embrace its inevitability with grace and wisdom.


Join the Reimagining Death 5-week online cohort, where as a community we embark on a profound exploration of your relationship with the concept of death. 

Reimagining Death
Self-Paced- Coming Soon!

Monthly Ceremony

Donation Based Event

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Monthly Gatherings

The Anthropology of Death

An anthropological exploration of the themes of death in various cosmovisions. We explore different cultures and topics each month!

First Wednsday of every month
Every Gathering | 5:30 CST

Donation Based Event

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Feburary 7th

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM CST

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March 6th

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM CST

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April 3rd

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM CST

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Our Library

Welcome to the Nile

Along the Nile, death was not seen as the end of existence, but as a way to access the other world. To understand the attitude of the ancient Egyptians towards death, it is necessary to understand that the living and the dead were considered members of the same community, and therefore the dead continued to play an important role in influencing the daily affairs of the living. The Nile River is extremely important in the flourishing of Egypt, as it is identified as a reflection of the Milky Way on Earth. This sacred geography organizes the space of the ancient Egyptians and that of the living and the dead. 


This upcoming gathering, we will explore earth as our oldest living ancestor and what our Ancient Egyptian Ancestors have to teach us about the living landscapes of the living and the dead. Join us for a material share and guided meditation.

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