The Earth Treasure Vase Global Healing Project intends to inspire people to sacred activism, help give ancient wisdom a voice in the world, and strengthen our web of connection, healing, and stewardship for the Earth.
Everywhere we go around the world with the Earth Treasure Vases, no matter what culture or tradition, there is a shared recognition that the Earth is suffering and healing is needed. The vessels serve as ambassadors, ceremonially opening the way for everyone to offer their hopes and visions, prayers and intentions for the Earth into a humble clay vessel in whatever way is called for in that location.
We never presume to know what is needed in the places we go until we get there and are often surprised to witness what arises in response to our prayers. As a result of bringing treasure vases to Africa, we now have ongoing programs in Liberia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
For our prayers to be realized, we are empowering the leadership of women in Africa and supporting a movement to give rights to nature.
Our projects are united by a common vision to protect and heal the Earth. For now, our commitment is to fulfill our promise to the lineage masters, ancestors, and future generations by filling, sealing and burying Earth Treasure Vases around the world to create a global mandala of light, embracing the whole planet in our love.
The 30th and final Earth Treasure Vase will be the seed from which new vases shall be made under the direction of Lama Ngawang Tsultrim Zangpo and Native American Pueblo potters, thus giving birth to a whole new generation of holy vessels for building resilient communities and awakening the caring and compassion in our hearts that is each of our unique offering for the world. It is time now to be the vessel ourselves and tell a new story of balance and harmony, respect and renewal for all life, all beings, everywhere.
This next generation of Earth Treasure Vases is calling for you to join us in learning the practice too!
Explore Earth Treasure Vase Locations by clicking on the map
Read the stories from each of our pilgrimages:
- Avebury, England
- Arctic Alaska
- Dtao Dum Forest, Thailand
- Tritium Lab, Berkeley CA
- Oaxaca, Mexico
- Maui, Hawaii
- Giza, Egypt
- Ein Kerem, Israel
- Hudson River, New York
- Il’ca’bama, Ecuador
- New York City
- Mt. Chicoma, New Mexico
- Mt. Baldy, New Mexico
- Mouth of the Rio Grande at the Gulf of Mexico
- Source of the Rio Grande, Creede, Colorado
- Los Alamos, New Mexico
- Biosphere 2, Arizona
- Source of the Amazon River, Peru
- East Oakland, California
- Source of the Ganges, India
- Hiroshima, Japan
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- South Africa
- Headwaters Redwood Forest, California
- Papua New Guinea