The visions associated with the Ayahuasca experience, whether chaotic, confused, or vivid and intense, serve to show us the totality of our life: the in-s and out-s of the conscious and subconscious mind, our emotional reactions and behaviors and how they affect our relationships. On the other hand, the visions often are just another factor of cleansing, allowing us to process visual imprints - the impact from the mass media, TV, Internet, and other psychosomatic and emotional blockages.
In respect to a person’s spiritual aspirations, the Ayahuasca experience occupies a role of a spontaneous teaching. Without claims of a particular phenomenological status of what is the source of these teachings, an Ayahuasca practitioner can have very profound insights, revelations and even sense of being guided. Based on this, the Ayahuasca experience deserves to be approached with the utmost respect, so that one’s attitude or the intention is that of going to meet a spiritual master or teacher.
What Ayahuasca IS NOT:
- not a drug,
- not a DMT trip,
- not an entertainment,
- not a panacea for anything,
- not a recreative experience.
What Ayahuasca IS:
- shamanic tea of medicinal plants,
- a brew for detoxication and psychosomatic cleansing,
- an experience of holistic therapy,
- an experience of the inner teacher and guide,
- a momentum of Magic
Who Benefits from Ayahuasca and How?
The Ayahuasca process helps us to gain more than a mental understanding of our lives. It helps to reveal a heart based understanding of our situations. Within the Ayahuasca experience, it is hard to avoid one’s reality, rather on contrary – it opens one’s perception and awareness and let’s a person meet one’s mind in its totality.
Given that it reveals the knowledge of all of the different sides of personality (the pleasant aspects of it as well us the sides that we don’t get along with easily) it’s literally impossible to use it in a recreational manner or to have a trip into other realities.
Even though Ayahuasca is potentially powerful support on a path for knowing ourselves, it is not effective when it is approached in a passive manner. Ayahuasca is not something external that “intervenes and repairs a problem inside us” without our intentional contribution. What makes it a real helper for transformation is a solid person’s determination, a right motivation, and intention.
Ultimately the Ayahuasca experience facilitates a setting for training our psyche, acquiring more “inner space” for awareness and an ability to see every single experience as a Vision – a highly realistic interpretation of reality – rather than the “Ultimate Truth” reality.
Ayahuasca is often described as a healer because of the the inner processes that it facilitates, that eventually may initiate physical changes, psychosomatic and spiritual shifts in a person, change of habits, or release of addictive patterns, etc. The Ayahuasca experience inspires us and helps us to start changing so that a self-healing and genuine transformation may happen.
Ayahuasca can provoke a person to take a deeper look to the reality, ideas, ideologies or beliefs.
Ultimately the Ayahuasca experience facilitates a setting for training our psyche, acquiring more “inner space” for awareness and an ability to see every single experience as a Vision - a highly realistic interpretation of reality - rather than the “Ultimate Truth" reality.