Earth Treasure Vase: Global Healing Project
Linking our world in a practice of planetary protection & renewal.

Register Now! Seeking Fellow Pilgrims to steward Earth Treasure Vases to South Africa and Australia, May 2011

Feb 4, 2011

For the very first time, the Earth Treasure Vase Global Healing Project is offering the opportunity to participate in two group pilgrimages to accomplish two of the last seven Earth Treasure Vases. We are journeying to:

— South Africa, the cradle of humanity, in dedication of Ancient Wisdom and Animal Protection; and

— Uluru, Australia, the heart center of a continent, in dedication to the Aboriginal teachings of Kanyini — unconditional love with responsibility.


Two continents.

Two of the oldest indigenous cultures on Earth.

Two Earth Treasure Vases.

Two trips of a lifetime.


We go in honor of our animal kin and the wisdom that has been kept alive among the indigenous cultures of the San Bushmen and Aboriginal Australians, and in recognition of a spiritual infrastructure that nurtures the web of life and connects us in a global community committed to creating a sustainable future.

A detailed description of the pilgrimages and itineraries can be downloaded here:

Costs: These two pilgrimages can be done back-to-back (as one), or participants can choose to do one or the other. All hotels (double occupancy), meals, domestic flights and ground transportation are included. International flights, dana to group leaders and local project contributions are not included.

South Africa (May 2 – 19, 2011): $9300 per person ~ Single room supplement: $940

Australia (May 19 – 29, 2011): $5100 for group cabin at Uluru

A deposit of $1000 holds your place. 50% due by March 15th. Balance due no later than April 10th (plus single supplement if selected).

Pilgrimage Application and Information can be downloaded here: Registration and Trip Policies.

For more information or to register, please contact Hugh Wheir at 505-989-7513 or email: allanimals@igc.org


Inspired by an ancient Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the Earth Treasure Vase Global Healing Project brings healing and protection to the  Earth by filling consecrated clay vessels with prayers and offerings, and  ceremonially burying them in the Earth where healing and protection are most  needed around the planet. We began our pilgrimages in 1990 with 30 Earth  Treasure Vases and have buried 23 thus far. Over the next few years we intend  to accomplish the last 7.

The Earth Treasure Vase Project is a program of  Alliance for  the Earth, which integrates indigenous wisdom and ancient ceremonial practices  with contemporary communication technology to engage and empower communities around the world to awaken and transform our destructive ways into actions  that honor and sustain life.

We invite your participation in the practice of sacred activism, putting our prayers into action.