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to San Pedro la Laguna, Sololá, Guatemala, C.A.


* In December 2012 we hosted this tour in collaboration with Compassionate Listening Project
for an international delegation.  You may
 view photos and read a report from the Director of Compassionate Listening Project.

Future tours may be arranged.  

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Visit to the campo


Join us for an extraordinary journey to a Mayan village
on Lake Atitlan in the Guatemalan Highlands


Qa Tee' Ya' - (Our Mother Lake)


December 16 – 28, 2012
San Pedro La Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala


A collaboration of the
Compassionate Listening Project and
Taa’ Pi’t Intercultural Learning Center

“When choosing between two paths, ask yourself which one has heart. Who chooses the path of the heart is never wrong.”

- Popol Vuh, the sacred Quiche Mayan book of creation.

Join us for an extraordinary journey to the heart of a Mayan village on Lake Atitlan in the Guatemalan Highlands. Our journey coincides with the completion of a 5,125 year cycle of the sacred Mayan calendar and the transition into a new era. Indigenous elders are inviting us to enter this time with great intention and care, to help restore wisdom, balance and harmony to ourselves and to the world. This trip promises a rich cultural experience and an opportunity for spiritual renewal in one of the most beautiful places on the planet – the Tz’utujil Mayan village of San Pedro La Laguna. Compassionate Listeners will spend 2 days in Antigua, en route to and from the lake, and 10 days on Lake Atitlan, with our hosts and friends of the project.
Our host organization, Taa’ Pi’t, is a unique Mayan-founded Intercultural Learning Center whose mission is to strengthen the quality of children’s education through technology, reconnect them to their Mayan heritage, and support their dream of saving environmentally endangered Lake Atitlan (Qa Tee’Ya/Our Mother Lake).
~  Step outside the role of tourist and enter into Maya culture and daily life with the staff, families and children of Taa’ P’it as your personal guides;
~ Learn about and experience Maya Cosmovision with Daykeepers of the culture, and participate in ceremonies marking the new Mayan Calendar cycle beginning on December 21, 2012;
~Nurture your spirit with Compassionate Listening circles facilitated by Leah Green, founder of the Compassionate Listening Project, and;
~Relax and rejuvenate at Lake Atitlan, considered by the Tz’utujil Maya as the umbilicus of the world and their ancient homeland. Free time is carefully built into our 10 days at the lake for resting, swimming, kayaking, hiking, massage, yoga and exploring village life.