In addition to the appreciation of the spiritual world, for the U'wa, Guna Dule and Pastos peoples, one of the most important aspects in the conception of The Living Well is the correct material and spiritual relationship with Mother Earth, giver of life and foundation of the existence of all the elements of the material world. In this generic sense, territories are not only geographic spaces with natural resources, but sacred spaces of political organization, own authority, own language and a complex set of cultural knowledge and practices.
U´wa Indigenous People
A filmmaking by Marly Caceres Uncacia
Director: Marly Cáceres Uncacía
Thinkers of the U'wa people of the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy show and explain the importance that the territory where they live is free from threats, such as oil exploitation, and spiritually care
Pastos Indigenous People
A filmmaking by Audiovisuales Pastas
Director: Mauricio Telpiz Quitiaquez
The chagreras and seed custodians of the Pasto de Nariñoo people show and explain the importance of food sovereignty for the body and the territory health, based on the traditional chagras and the orchards of medicinal plants.
Guna Dule Indigenous People
A filmmaking by SentARTE Producciones
Director: Olowaili Green Santacruz
The women of three generations of the Guna Dule people of the Uraba, Antioquia, who symbolize Mother Earth, sing and weave molas to take care of the planet.