WHAT ARE TIPS?

The ever-evolving organizational structure of the Visions Council is based on different Councils inspired by the philosophy of Deep Ecology, the North American Bioregional Movement and the Rainbow Gatherings, in which many of the original organizers participated in the 70s and 80s.

 

The “Tips” are the specific thematic groups or areas of interest that create their own program or forum of activities throughout the event.
The number and focus of the Councils has evolved over the years. This year we experience a new way of organizing ourselves, based on a biomimetic design and honoring our connection with nature: the structure of an Amate tree embracing our encounter is our symbol and inspiration in this new convergence. The Amate tree has accompanied indigenous cultures since pre-Hispanic times, not only in the production of amate paper but also in traditional medicine and regeneration of ecosystems. Embraced by this mythical tree, we invite you to be part of this meeting.

CDV 2022 CONVENED BOARDS

COUNCIL OF MOTHER EARTH

The Council of Mother Earth deals with all issues that have to do with ecology and the regeneration of the ecosystem.

WELLNESS TIP

The Wellness Council brings together different healers, midwives, healers, doctors, therapists, handymen, sobadores, herbalists, shamans and anyone dedicated to practice and knowledge.

ART AND CULTURE COUNCIL

The Council of Art and Culture gives space and promotes the practice of all kinds of art as an agent of change....

COUNCIL ON WORLDVIEW (INCLUDES SUB-COUNCIL ON TRADITION AND SPIRITUALITY AND COUNCIL ON NATURAL TIME)

The Cosmovision Council has as a proposal to recover the deep sense of our humanity from the origin; remembering and recognizing the inheritances and legacies..

COMMUNITY COUNCIL (INCLUDES EDUCATION SUB-COUNCIL AND CHILDHOOD SUB-COUNCIL, COMMUNITY SUB-COUNCIL AND YOUTH SUB-COUNCIL)

This space seeks to strengthen relations within the Council, as well as outside the Council. This Council seeks to strengthen the community within our movement and event by promoting the participation of youth, children, women, vulnerable groups, the local community and living beings in general.