JOSÉ KURI ZIRI VILLASEÑOR ZAMORA
¡ ME VEO EN TÍ, TE VEO EN MÍ !
My name in the Tradition is Kuri Ziri which means Fire Corn in Purépecha language. Originally from Tenochtitlan (Mexico City). Mestizo from Mexican father and mother, with Otomí-Tolteca ancestry on my maternal grandmother side, while recognizing my mestizo blood, I declare myself indigenous by conviction.
Since i was a child I was fascinated by ancient cultures, particulary Mesoamerican cultures and their spititual legacy. I had different spiritual teachers since I was 9 years old, being initiated in the science of pendulum, biomagnetism, reiki and acupuncture.
In my search for the expansion of consciousness, and physical and mental health, I have participated in many Ceremonies from different traditions: Wixarika, Maya, Purépecha, Mexica, Shuar, Santo Dime, Lakota, Navajo, Okiwa, among others. That for me had been and continue to be a source of motivation, inspiration and knowledge.
With more than 20 years of trajectory in the tourist sector, I am an experienced guide in hiking, camping, bird watching, whale watching, water activities, mountain biking, etc., and in the planning, development and execution of excursions by land and sea.
For more than 11 years I have been an active member of the Sacred Fire of Itzachilatlan and the Cultural Foundation Camino Rojo A.C.
More than 11 years ago, I began my training to conduct Spiritual Ceremonies and Temazcales. I started at the Vision Quest Ceremony, which consisted of four years where the person climbs mountain in solitude, meditation and complete fasting of water and food. The first year is 4 days, the second 7 days, the third 9 days and the fourth year ends with 13 days.
The Dance of the Sun: this is a commitment for life. The ritual consists of 4 days of dancing to the sun's rays in full fasting of water and food. I have participated year after year in this Ceremony for the last 10 years. I have also supported and helped people in their process of evolution and personal growth.