To the concept of spiritual and material well-being must be added the dimension of individual and collective social behavior. Living well also implies being in harmony with family and neighbors, resolving conflicts, sharing the resources of the territory according to the rules of origin, and relating adequately with ourselves and with the environment.
Wayuu Indigenous People
A filmamking by Programa de Comunicacion Propia de Yanama
Director: Nat Nat Iguarán Fajardo
A young man and a wise woman from the Wayuu people of La Guajira show and
explain the importance of oneiric revelations to know and to act well in the world.
Kamentša Indigenous People
A filmmaking by the Traditional Indigenous Authorities of Colombia – Mayor Government (Spanish: Autoridades Tradicionales Indigenas de Colombia Gobierno Mayor)
Directors: Juan Carlos Jamioy Juagibioy y Katherine Gómez Peñaloza
The value of good advice and the wise word to overcome individual and
collective societal conflicts is shown in the Kamentša people of the Sibundoy Valley.
The important thing is to cultivate a space of reconciliation with nature, spirits,
family, community, and the individual.
Murui Muina M+n+ka and Muinane Indigenous Peoples
A filmmaking by Nelly Kuiru and theEscuela de Comunicacion indigena Ka+Jana Uai
Director: Nelly Kuiru Castro
The traditional wise people of the Murui Muina M+n+ka and Muinane people of the
Colombian Amazon show and explain the value of words and dialogue in
managing the world from daily life in the great spiritual house or maloca.