“It might be good on a fence, but not on your face” – Ronnie Lec, Co-founder of IMAP

Cohort 4



“In lak’ech, hala ken.” – I am another yourself, you are another myself.

Cohort 3


“Ants are medicine for the lazy” – Ronnie Lec, Co-founder of IMAP





“We have two minds. One thinks, the other knows. The mind that knows goes back many lifetimes. This is the mind of the one heart, of all things: the trees, the plants, the clouds, the rivers, the mountains. The more time you spend with this mind, the more you will see Spirit around you.”



Cohort 2


“In k’aaba’ kin, k’aaba’ yaxkin.” – In the dry season, the green season.



“Doves singing
in the ceiba branches there,
flycatchers, little yellow birds,
cuckoos, mockingbirds there,
all happy,
the birds of the Lord.

Likewise the lady has her birds:
the little birds, the small cardinals,
canaries, hummingbirds,
they are the birds of the beautiful lady.

If such happiness is among the animals,
why shouldn’t our hearts be happy too?
At dawn they are
most beautiful
when only songs and games
pass in their thoughts.”

The Songs of Dzitbalche



Cohort 1


“In yaxche’ eek’, kuxtal, k’aaba’.” –  In the heart of the ceiba tree, the soul of the forest.




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