We offer an approach for responsible seekers and practitioners focused on healing, consciousness exploration and cultivating the presence. The process in a retreat setting unfolds with the help of, but not limited by, the teacher plants like Ayahuasca and San Pedro. As prajna means wisdom (an ability to see through dualistic mind), Ayahuasca Prajna mission is to help enabling this wisdom and higher awareness, to expand one’s capacities and learn to cultivate them on a daily basis.
Members of our community and staff have an extensive experience with Amazon indigenous shamanism (vegetalismo), transpersonal psychology, facilitating a transformative space familiar to travellers of the modern world.
Facilitators and guides
For more than 15 years Edmunds has been dedicating himself to studies of consciousness. Inspired by reoccurring peak experiences during the childhood, his calling has always been about exploring the boundaries of one’s mind, to understand what is the drive behind a life of struggle, confusion, constructed false identities and other “humanly” concerns that carry oneself away from actually Living the Life. He recognizes that humans share the same common yearnings to live and permanently experience the qualities of the Mind or consciousness that are apparently inherent in everyone. Nonetheless the fragmentary, transient nature of these experiences, if present at all, make up what is usually becomes as spiritual seeking – a journey called a spiritual path.
Edmund’s vocation is a practical research of awakening an unconfined man’s nature, exploring one’s infinite potential in practice and in sharing it with everyone who comes across a path.
After leaving a work in a corporate environment, a life in a busy city, in year 2006 he moved to Peru to study the ancient tradition of Ayahuasca medicine. After a period of intensive learning with two Peruvian medicine men – Diego Palma (Cusco) and Don Bechin (Iquitos) – then he started sharing Ayahuasca with travellers who were seeking the plant wisdom and transformative healing.