The Mapuche people (from Mapudungun “people of the land”) are the people who have inhabited this territory since immemorial time. Ancestral people who live and work in pursuit of the natural balance and care of the Itrofill mongen (biodiversity). Nation that extended from north to south, from the Pacific to the Atlantic, with different customs according to the territory, but the same worldview and a single language, the Mapudungun. The Mapuche people do not feel ownership of the territory, but, one more actor within this system, such as a cougar, a tree or a condor. The Mapuche always tries to do the right thing, not in order to receive a prize at the end of his life, but, in order to maintain balance with the forms of life that he has to interact (plants, animals, rivers, etc.) . The greatest treasure of this culture is its language, which has managed to survive orally, to the Incan and Spanish colonizing processes, and in the last centuries, to the repression of the Chilean government. In Mapudungun, Mari mari is a greeting, that although it can be interpreted as “hello” or “good morning” means reciprocity and freesty among the performers. Literally, it means Ten ten (Mari = 10), the traditional greeting is with both hands, so “Your ten and my ten” means to speak of equal to equal, looking us in the eyes.