Ayahuasca and San Pedro Ceremonies
Upcoming ceremonies, Peru
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|Dec 15||Edmunds, Ayahuasca ceremony, Pisac|
|Dec 22||Edmunds, San Pedro ceremony, Pisac|
|Jan 12||Edmunds, San Pedro ceremony, Pisac|
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.
The traditional approach with teacher plants includes dietary preparation, energetic cleansing and working with mental, emotional and spiritual questions coming up in the experience during the Ayahuasca or San Pedro ceremony as well as in the time between the plant rituals.
Becoming “awake” involves seeing our confusion more clearly. —
Additionally we aspire to use Ayahuasca experience as a catalyst for a genuine awakening within. The awakening, the transformation is something that goes beyond the particular experience and what happens around it. It is through an honest self-inquiry and gradual liberation of patterns that a glimpses of true freedom may become a reality. Read More
We are a group of people dedicated to the work with Teacher plants in a direct and honest way. Some of us are Peruvians, some come from other corners of the world. Members of our community and staff have an extensive knowledge about Amazonian shamanism (vegetalismo), Andean shamanism, Mahamudra and Great Perfection and trans-personal psychology. The main location of retreats and ceremonies is in the Sacred Valley near Cusco, Pisac village. Read More