As prajna means wisdom or knowing beyond dualistic or conceptual, Ayahuasca Prajna is an approach to master plants as a holistic medicine and unorthodox spiritual practice that is based on principles of non-duality.
As Ayahuasca tradition is expanding beyond the borders of Amazon into Western world and the seekers for healing come from cultures far from Amazonian, it seems ever more important to offer to "plant healing language" new terms that serve as a bridge between traditions.
Why suffer about something that can be resolved? What is the use to be unhappy about something that cannot be resolved?
— Shantideva, Bodhisattvacaryāvatāra
Plants that "teach" or "guide", spirit plants, entheogens, power plants or master plants are common words for a plant category present in many cultures. It is known to enable a particular aspect of our experiences, tipically remembered as a major event in lives of ones who dare to approach them. Read more
Ayahuasca is a key element in Amazonian shamanic healing tradition. Known as “vine of spirit” or “vine of death” it has been used in a ritual setting, a ceremony, for millennia.
Ayahuasca takes us on a profound journey revealing more complete sense of how nature and our reality function, result of which can be anywhere between a fresh approach to daily challenges, truthfulness with oneself, to discovery of possibilities unimaginable before. Read more
Following this simple and essential set of guidelines will support your Ayahuasca journey on a safe side. Its advised to follow it in the periods of preparation for Ayahuasca ceremonies so that your upcoming experience unfolds possibly more easy, decreasing physical difficulties, preparing the body and mind for a life-changing experience.
The physical preparation allows the reception of Ayahuasca with an increased healing potential and lighter forms of purging.
The psychological or spiritual preparation enables more balanced Ayahuasca experience on deeper and more intense levels. Read more