ORACLE READING THERAPY
Talk with God through the oracles. Our Masters will use the oracles to commune and converse with God. Upon the asking of a question, God responds through the oracles and the answers are interpreted by the Shaman who has been destined for this work. Through the answers that are received, you will understand your destiny and receive orientation that will put you into action in a positive and constructive way and will help to guide you through the remainder of the ceremonies.
The oracles we use are Coca Leaves, Sacred Fire, Runes, Sea Shells, Stones, Seeds and others. Each shaman works with their own designated oracle and for this reason it is not possible to choose a specific oracle.
This ceremony is performed to cleanse negative energies which have accumulated from various sources. By freeing stuck or blocked paths, it allows us to and expands our hearts in love, forgiveness, mercy and everything important in our lives and opens the way for us to be our true selves. It also serves to prepare us to enter our Ayahuasca ceremony with purity of mind and spirit.
OFFERING TO PACHA MAMA OR MOTHER EARTH
The ceremony and offering to Mother Earth or PachaMama is the most important of all. When this ceremony is performed, we unify our life with Mother Earth, God and the Universal Order. We put order into all aspects of our life whether physical, mental, emotional, spiritual or material and by doing so obtain a high level of vitality, courage, wisdom and passion. This new order and happiness that we receive is then shared by all those whom surround us.
Ayahuasca is a wild plant and grows in tropical and subtropical climates up to an elevation of 1500 meters. It shares its territory with timber species such as chestnut, capirona, pijuayo, cat’s claw and Uvilla.
In Peru Ayahuasca can be found in the province of Madre de Dios, Loreto, San Martin, Amazonas and Cajamarca. The meaning of the word is derived from its composition: aya, dead, and huasca, streamer or thick rope. When put together its full meaning is “A link with the spirits”. It is known as a master plant, because it enables us to understand the medicinal properties of other plants. The infusion that bears its name is prepared by mixing small pieces of its trunk with the leaves of another plant, called chacruna (Psychotria viridis).samples are crushed and then put to boil to extract the properties of the plants into the water. The shaman determines the extent to which it should be boiled and the strength of the infusion based on the needs of the patient.
Ayahuasca is a liquid mixture, with psychoactive effects, considered sacred by millions of indigenous people in South America. Its current use has spread to the Western world thanks to renewed interest in alternative medicine, shamanism and ethnic values where it is used to provoke curative, mystic and visionary states.
ANDEAN MEDICINAL WATERS
To enhance your experience, we have included medicinal waters which come from a natural spring of the highlands of the Andes. Drinking these waters will purge and detoxify your system so that during your Ayahuasca experience your focus will be on the spiritual cleanse.
The San Pedro (Trichocereus pachano) is a vertical cactus that can reach a gigantic size. It grows in Mexico, Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru. In the two last countries, it is used in Shamanic rituals and is the third cactus with the greatest concentration of mescaline after the peyote and the trichocereus peruvianus which is harder to find. It is considered as Sacred Medicine and helps in the expansion of individual consciousness, as well as in spiritual growth.
ANDEAN WEDING CEREMONY
An Andean wedding ceremony is one step along a pathway of devotion that a couple shares and is perfect for couples just getting married or those who wish to renew their vows. The ceremony is performed not only to bind the couple to each other but to the integral forces of the world around them. For this ceremony the most important witnesses and participants are Pachamama, the feminine goddess and vital energy source of the Andean culture and the Apus, the masculine life force that live amongst only the most important mountains of the Andes. The wedding is presided over by an Andean Priest or Paqo who performs a sacred offering to these forces on behalf of the couple who will in turn receive happiness, health and prosperity for their openness and purity of heart and spirit.
Andean weddings should be performed in sites where the of Pachamama and the Apus is not contaminated by the hectic energies of our everyday lives and for this reason we recommend performing the ceremony in the Sacred Valley of the Incas close to the sacred Urubamba River. Not only is the surrounding landscape breath-taking but the lack of urban chaos will ensure the most positive results for your wedding.
ANDEAN BLESSING CEREMONY
The Andean blessing is performed by our Andean master as an expression of a desire directed toward a person or group to invoking the help and energy of God and nature (Mother Earth and the Apus) for the health welfare, provision and happiness of the individual person, and at the same time is the appreciation of life and the things you have.