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J.E. Williams, OMD President & Founder, Ayniglobal

About J.E. Williams, OMD President & Founder, Ayniglobal

J.E. Williams is a physician and author who serves the Earth and indigenous people. Since 1967, when he lived among the Yupik people of the Bering Sea, he has dedicated his life to understanding Earth-based wisdom from indigenous tribes and shares what he learns through his writing and teaching. Since 1996, he has devoted his time and efforts in the Peruvian Andes and Amazon living and conducting fieldwork among traditional indigenous groups. Dr. Williams is also dedicated to personal and planetary wellness, and practices in Sarasota, Florida. He is the author of The Andean Codex and Light of the Andes, as well as many health and wellness books and programs, and blogs weekly on current topics on integrative medicine for Renegade Health.

Guillermo’s Vision: The AntiPukara Ecolodge
A Sustainability Project of Ayniglobal in Partnership with the Q’ero Community of Marcachaya, Cusco, Peru

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Guillermo’s Vision
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Ayni in Cuba
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By |May 9th, 2013|

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Getting poor people, and especially improvised indigenous people out of poverty is difficult. First, it’s important to understand that poverty […]

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Once every thousand years, an individual comes along and changes the course of history. But individuality in a global interconnected […]