Maestro Juan Gabriel Apaza Lonasco of the Q’ero Nation of Peru and Carolina met at an intercultural ceremony on 11/11/11 on Island of the Sun, Bolivia. Not long after, Carolina was in integrated as a member of the Apaza family and served as Juan Gabriel's apprentice and translator for 7 consecutive years. Together, they travelled around the world to inter-religious conferences in India and S. Korea, inter-tribal ceremonies with indigenous nations from all across the Americas, and hosting unique retreats in Peru to share ancestral knowledge.
Naturally, this led to a wish to create an intercultural temple based on the principles of ancestral knowledge and ecological regeneration. In 2017 Hampi Mama “Medicine Mother” Sanctuary was born in the small farming village of Huaran, Peru where many deep partnerships with Quechua community members have formed around the common vision of thriving communities and ecosystems. This space is run by Quechua medicine women, and has been the home of many unique intercultural courses for exchanging ecological knowledge, promoting food systems transformation across our local watershed, and a hub for diverse spiritual wisdom-keepers to share their timeless knowledge.
We see Reviveolution as a living, breathing system whose vision and mission continues to evolve through the lens of regenerative design and ancestral principles to awaken the full human potential for the sake of all that lives.
We will keep you up to date with meaningful teachings and opportunities to learn with wisdom-keepers to benefit your life, work, and well-being.