We spent a wonderful weekend in the mountains with Shipibo Maestra Elisa Vargas Fernandez and Maestro Darwin Ruiz Marin. Thank you for the healing, blessings, and love! ICHABIRES IRAKE! ——— The Shipibo are indigenous people living in the Amazon Basin… Continue Reading
WORKSHOP Working with the Four Elements in Shamanic-Magic Traditionally, when people went to see a shaman, he performed healing practices for them. Immediately effective techniques of bringing knowledge, healing and wisdom from nature, from its many spirits and kingdoms. Untainted… Continue Reading
Shamanic Summer Solstice Celebration With Uchu 20th June – 21st June 2015 Throughout human history summer solstice has always had special meaning for people of our planet. The summer solstice heralds the beginning of summer. It is a time of… Continue Reading
SPRING EQUINOX – SHAMANIC CEREMONY for Renewal and Rebirth Spring equinox is celebrated annually each March. It symbolises new growth and fertility, it is the time when daylight will turn and begin to dominate the darkness once more. It is… Continue Reading
Munay-Ki Initiations of the Q’ero Indians for Transformation The Munay-Ki are the Rites of the Q’ero nation, the descendents of the Inka, the indigenous people of the holy mountains of the Andes in Peru. Munay-Ki comes from a Quechua word… Continue Reading
WORKSHOP: SHAMANIC JOURNEYS INTO CONSCIOUSNESS 7th March 2015 Shamanism has been called the first spiritual practice of humanity. For tens of thousands of years it has helped communities with their personal and collective evolution. Shamanism is a generous, loving path… Continue Reading
A Horse Totem or Spirit guide symbolises freedom, stamina, mobility, the land, travel, and power for the Shaman. The grace, speed, strength, wisdom and vision of the horse make him a worthy companion on the most challenging of shamanic journeys.… Continue Reading
with great chief Ninawá Pai da Mata, the spiritual leader of the Kaxinawá Huni Kuin people. thank you Ninawá for your wisdom and teachings, haux haux!
Tuwe Huni Kuin (Nilson) is the son of one of the traditional chief of the Huni Kuin Kaxinawá tribes. He is an indigenous youth leader and spokesperson for his peoples… When we visited Samauma (the sacred tree) he approached me… Continue Reading
With children, at the aldea ‘Novo Futuro’ (Humaitá) where we received a warm welcome from our hosts..