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Indigenous spirituality as an ancestral collective practice

In the months of July, October and November, members of the “Believe in Plural” team carried out a regional consultation process to learn first-hand about the characteristics of the experience of indigenous spirituality. What is meant by indigenous spirituality, what are the particularities of spirituality in each community and how these spiritualities coexist with the religions present in the continent and other non-religious spiritual practices. In addition, it sought to identify what were the challenges and lessons learned for the spiritual practice of indigenous communities.