I first tried Ayahuasca in 2006 in the deep jungles of the Amazon. We reached the retreat on a motorboat, about an hour away from Iquitos - the Gateway to the Jungle. It was the last trace of civilization before the vast pristine wilderness of nature. Since then, I have participated in over 100 Ayahuasca ceremonies.
I have explored shamans from Iquitos to Cusco. I have attended Ayahuasca ceremonies in diverse locations, ranging from the deep jungles of the Amazon to Machu Picchu. I have been in Malocas of various sizes, from towering structures 15 meters high to sacred stones of ancient temples.
I have experimented with many preparation recipes, from ancient to modern ones.
Black and golden Ayahuasca, with different additives, have become a part of my physical being.
My physical body has traversed countless portals, vortexes, initiations, mysteries, and activations so that you can experience the very best! Having gone through everything that is impossible to enumerate here, I am prepared to offer my brothers and sisters the very best in my Sacred Tours.
The majority of people sharing their experiences on the internet have not even experienced a fraction of what I am telling you. This is why many tragedies occur when dealing with this Divine Brew.
Here, you will learn the truth about it. Here, you will gain access only to the highest vibrating teachers. Here, you will meet your Spiritual Family.
My book on Peru and Ayahuasca will be released soon! I hope you will read it!
Ayahuasca is used in sacred ceremonies and rituals and is traditionally employed as a power drink that promotes purification and healing.
In the Shipibo-Konibo tradition, Ayahuasca visions are considered healing and prophetic, aiding in the transformation of both the past and the future. Many come to awaken their extrasensory abilities, cleanse their channels of abundance, and for physical healing.
Ayahuasca deeply cleanses the physical body on multiple levels.
Peruvian authorities openly state that the consumption of Ayahuasca is equivalent to gaining knowledge from the spiritual realm. According to the National Institute of Culture, the Ayahuasca ritual is an essential part of traditional medicine and a cornerstone of the indigenous people of the Amazon. Its use is necessary and indispensable for all residents of the Peruvian Amazon.
If you are reading this page, it means that Ayahuasca herself is calling you! It is she who chooses the participants for the journey.
Ayahuasca (also spelled ayawaska, ayavaska, or ayahuaska; Quechua: ayawaska; Spanish: ayahuasca; Portuguese: hoasca; "vine of the spirits," "vine of the dead"; aya - spirit, soul; waska - vine) is a traditional brew prepared by shamans of indigenous tribes in the Amazon and consumed by local inhabitants for "communication with spirits" (maninkari) in order to gain practical knowledge about the surrounding nature and to tap into the healing abilities of the human body.
The main component of this brew is the vine called Banisteriopsis caapi. The drink "ayahuasca" is a 13-hour decoction of the vine and the leaves of chacruna. Shamans may add over 20 different plants to the decoction, with each shaman having their own combination.
It is believed that harmine and harmaline, present in the brew, induce effects resembling telepathy. For this reason, Colombian physician Guillermo Fisher Cardenas, who first isolated the active substance in the vine, named it "telepatine."
Peruvian authorities consider the ayahuasca vine a national heritage, recognizing the drink made from it as a source of natural knowledge.
Ayahuasca ceremonies conducted by indigenous peoples of the Amazon are regarded as cultural heritage of the nation. The decision of the Peruvian government, signed by Javier Ugás Villacorta, the director of the National Institute of Culture, was first published in July 2008.
In addition to dietary restrictions, indigenous people emphasize the importance of spiritual preparation, increasing the sensitivity and receptivity of the body. There are three main types of diets: the constant diet, the diet of the shaman's apprentice, and the diet leading up to a session. All types involve the following prohibitions:
An important aspect is that the diet should be light and tasteless. Regarding sexual abstinence, the Napo Runa people consider it more important than dietary restrictions.
If you haven't taken Ayahuasca before, it is recommended to follow a cleansing, fasting diet.