The Sumak Kawsay are maxims of coexistence in community and for the community that derive a harmonious treatment between beings.
It is our spirituality that guides our ancestral practices, a heritage that the peoples of the Andes have preserved as an intertribal discipline. As a church, we want to convene the healers of our culture and the entire family in the world that share this tradition.
We believe in the full and harmonious restoration of our Abya Yala, in the reestablishment of peace, dignity, and respect among the descendant communities of the pre-Inca ancestral cultures that live in the immense Andean region (Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela). We raise a voice to the creator for the possibility of coming together again, protected by our belief and spirituality, to restore our own memory to health, and restore respect for the living memory of our native peoples.
Our philosophy, framed in the Sumak Kawsay paradigms, makes us a community that shares a way of life that leads us to an awareness of coexistence with diversity and an approach to our own nature. The men and women who join this identity, make their lives a space to accept what is different and recognize in the diversity of this land the very presence of the creative spirit that inhabits everything.