About Us

Formerly Awakening the Dreamer, the Dream Weavers Network is a small group of concerned citizens who are working together to create massive social and political change, bringing humanity more in alignment with the peace and prosperity that we all know is possible. 

We started out showing videos, hosting talks, and working to "Wake Up" our friends and neighbors. Now, after a year of helping York to wake up, we are getting to work on the next leg of the journey; getting awake people to work together toward common goals for the betterment of all. 

Our philosophy comes from the work of the Pachamama Alliance, whose mission is to create an environmentally sustainable, socially just and spiritually fulfilling human presence on the planet. Find out more at 

What We Do

We Bring People and the Planet Together. 

We believe that humans are inseparable from the environment and from one another.

We are working to restore humanity as stewards of the Web of Life and to reconnect humans to one another to create thriving communities.

We want to connect you with people in our community who are doing the work that restores. You can find a listing of those groups here. 

The Eagle and the Condor

There is an ancient South American prophecy often called the prophecy of the eagle and the condor.

It is told that the People of the Eagle, or the people of the North and keepers of the fire of the mind (technology) would grow very powerful for a time. In their ceaseless quest for more and better technology, they would bring the planet to the brink of death. The People of the Condor, or the people of the South and keepers of the heart (community and tradition), would stay close to the Earth and protect their ways. At the time when life seems most in peril, the Peoples of the Eagle and the Peoples of the Condor would remember that they are one People, and would fly again in the same sky. 

We believe that the time for the fulfillment of this prophecy is now. All life on Earth is in danger from the far-reaching and destructive technologies of the West. We must turn toward our indigenous brothers and sisters to remember the way of collaboration, compassion and stewardship. It is time for our hearts to grow as big as our brains, and our ethics to catch up to our technology.