|Oct 2014||Edmunds, Pisac, Sacred Valley|
|Nov 2014||Edmunds, Pisac, Sacred Valley|
I have purified from old beliefs and who have contributed to discover a different way of seeing reality much closer the self-respect of others and the environment in which we live. Ayahuasca taught me that we are beings as powerful as insignificant if we do not use the power of our heart to connect to the rest of the universe and make our contribution to this dream is the life of which we are participants, but also co creators responsible for a gift that should not be used to follow the laws of power and destruction.
Traditionally the work with Ayahuasca is focused on connection with a realm of spirits, purging (cleansing) of emotional baggage, with a significant emphasis on the work with visions. In our view, that is just a small part of a person’s spiritual quest. Learning to open up to blockages, traumas, suppressed emotions, creativity, sexuality, etc. is only the first step.
At some point your practice has to become a response to your own questions about life and being. Your own suffering, however it manifests, is the basis and motivation for your practice. — , “Wake Up to Your Life”
Our aspiration is to use Ayahuasca experience as a catalyst for wakefulness. It is not as much a particular experience that “creates a transformation”, rather its the Ayahuasca Retreat container with embodied practices and sharing (like the one of Satsang – a circle of truth or inquiry). Satsang is a powerful method that allows integrate the insights into one’s daily awareness. Read More
We are a group of people dedicated to the work with Teacher plants in an integrated practice setting. Some of us are Peruvians, some come from other corners of the world.
Members of our community and staff have an extensive experience regarding Amazon indigenous shamanism (vegetalismo), Andean shamanism, mind training and trans-personal psychology. Our main location of retreats, ceremonies and practices is in the Sacred Valley near Cusco, Pisac village. Read More