Intimate Landscapes is a community project that aims to provide spaces for the development of weaving as an active meditation tool that promotes wellness, self-knowledge, and collective connection. This technique was chosen through consensus among the group of women involved. In their words, they chose weaving because of its therapeutic capacity, its ability to help them connect with themselves, the opportunity to set aside worries, and the potential for economic support. The project incorporates complementary practices that enhance concentration skills and focus on the purpose at hand. These practices include Word Circles, Aromatherapy, Guided Meditations, Breathing Exercises, and Visualization Exercises. The significance of this project lies in its potential to contribute to the empowerment of women who live in rural contexts, often undervalued and subjected to mistreatment, including physical and psychological abuse. Additionally, this project enables some of the women involved to explore entrepreneurship and a collaborative yet autonomous economy by developing skills to create handmade objects for potential sale.