New York. Armando Cuatianquiz was born in Tlaxcala, San Francisco, Tetlanohcan. He has lived in New York for 21 years. He is a business man; it has a flower shop and holistic shop. At the same time, he is the coach and healer of life.
Although he did not accept Tlaxcala’s roots in his youth, he was influenced by the context in which he developed; Over the years, in search of meaning for his life, Armando connected it to the land and its origins through traditional medicine.
“I approached it out of necessity. After searching for meaning in life, he had a troubled life, with troubled relationships, completely focused on alcohol. Especially here (in the United States) you get to a place with a lot of freedom of vision, you have everything, apparently you don’t need anything ”.
Since 2006 he has been studying human transformation and traditional medicine. Something that qualifies as powerful. He gained a great deal of knowledge from an early age when he lived in Tlaxcala and his family established traditional medicine. He remembers drinking drunk at home and not liking to bathe there. However, it has recently finished building its own, so this service will start offering it in New York next year.
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In this preparation, he found it essential to apply traditional medicine in the United States. He stressed that one of his missions as a trainer and healer is to help the Latino community disconnect from its roots. “Because they are countrymen here in the United States, many don’t find a way to move forward. They live well and send money to their relatives, but there is something that keeps them tied up or enslaved. ”
“There are a lot of people in that search. As soon as you break that pattern you have here, you’re white, you’re trying to adapt to white life and their speed, you can find your way. Originally, they are far from the roots, they forget, which creates a path that is harder to understand. I say it because it happened to me, I talk about the experience and the people I met along the way ”.
Not only Latinos are asking for the help of Armando Cuatianquiz. Many Americans are also his customers. Among them are yoga teachers, people who work with acupuncture and reiki, but also the general public.
It is very gratifying for him to be able to unite the Latino community with the Americans in his events. Understand that the thoughts of the two cultures are very different. On the one hand, he noted that Latinos are more emotional and Americans are more rational. However, coexistence through traditional medicine has created a community based on empathy.
Armando Cuatianquiz is currently a member of the healing community at the University of New Mexico. The place was represented by traditional medicine through Tlaxcala and Mexico.
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