Ofrenda Magazine is a multimedia publication exploring Xicanx and Latinx spirituality for the healing of people and planet. Find wisdom from our community with a focus on ancestral connection, earth care + justice, and curanderismo.
Remembering our ancestors and celebrating el Día de los Muertos. Explore the full issue here.
“None of us remember a time before her. She had with her three spirits we could not see or feel or imagine; they were with her, the shaman said, to protect her.” Writer and poet Aaron Abeyta contemplates ancestral guidance and protection in this excerpt from the Kinship book series.
“It is time to call your spirit back home. So, say your name aloud. Call your spirit back so that it may reanimate your body, mind, and heart.” Xochi Quetzalli, maestra and practitioner of curanderismo, offers a reflection on cultural susto and a velación to prepare for el Día de los Muertos.
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