Yuria Celidwen

Cultural psychologist, Indigenous descent from Chiapas, Mexico.

Cultural psychologist and a native of indigenous descent from Chiapas, Mexico.

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For Indigenous cultures around the globe, the sense of belonging to something vast and beyond comprehension is deeply woven into their heritage. Dr.

How awe cultivates community in Indigenous cultures

For Indigenous cultures around the globe, the sense of belonging to something vast and beyond comprehension is deeply woven into their heritage. Dr.

from Life Examined

For Indigenous cultures around the globe, the sense of belonging to something vast and beyond comprehension is deeply woven into their heritage. Dr.

How awe cultivates community in Indigenous cultures

For Indigenous cultures around the globe, the sense of belonging to something vast and beyond comprehension is deeply woven into their heritage. Dr.

from Life Examined

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