In an effort to preserve the ancient traditions of his people, Thaayrohyadi heads an Indigenous University, which was proposed 30 years ago as a vision of the elders. They had a dream that people would have a great house where wisdom would be shared. In 1980, an Otomi ceremonial Center was built, with the participation of 100,000 people. An this place have taken place the main teachings and educational programs of the Indigenous University. Thaayrohyadi explains that "we are calling to brothers and sisters, working in light, to support this project." The school is open for indigenous and native people, also for people from around the world.
There are four areas of study available at the Indigenous University:
1. Traditional Medicine. Workshops are offered in cosmic healing, shamanic medicine, traditional massage. The medicine of sound includes sounds of instruments, animals, plants, water, fire, and wind songs. Courses in stone therapy, medicinal plants, the medicine of sweat lodges, of song and dance, and drums and dreams.
2. Languages. Otomi (Olmec Toltec Teotihuacan) Nahuatl (Aztec) and other languages.
3. Indigenous Rights. People can study indigenous issues, international treaties, and native rights.
4. Indigenous Arts. These arts include music, crafts, dance painting, literature and poetry.
Retreats are also offered for spiritual objectives and are conducted in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Dutch. There are also pilgrimages to sacred sites including pyramids, sacred mountains, and Hot Springs. People who decide to take spiritual roles, can have initiation and sacred teachings with spiritual guides and shamans. Thaayrohyadi is devoting his efforts to establish this university in several American states, including California, Colorado, New York, and Dallas. They are urgently in need of financial assistance.