• Meditation, & Shamanic Healing

    Discover the path to Self Discovery

    Shamanic healing believes Physical illness manifests due to an imbalance in emotions, spiritual state, or mental state which can cause physical diseases and other problems & blockages. Shamanic healing believes in removing energetic blockages through the cleansing effects of the medicine combined with the ceremony so that full health and well-being can thrive.

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    The Toad Medicine from the Colorado River Toad carries 5-MEO DMT the strongest dmt known currently. This medicine is shown to produce sustained enhancement of satisfaction with Life, easing of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) The Medicine used is sustainble sourced with catch and release and there is no harm to the animal. There is aLso a synthetic version available.

    The medicine is inhaled through the lungs as smoke. The experience is not an 8 hour trip or even an hour. The experience is like a rocket ship to the cosmos crumbling away all mind and energu blockages in the way. The complete experience lasts about 30 minutes. Afterwards you are fully conscious and alert.




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    The Grandmother Medicine. A sacred plant ceremony where you drink a combination of plants is a brew made from the leaves of the Chakruna shrub along with the stalks of the Banisteriopsis caapi vine, though other plants and ingredients can be added as well

    Traditionally, a shaman or curandero — an experienced healer prepares the brew by boiling torn leaves of the Chakruna shrub and stalks of the Caapi vine.When the brew has reduced to the shaman’s liking, the water is removed and reserved, leaving behind the plant material. This process is repeated until a highly concentrated liquid is produced. The main ingredients of Ayahuasca contains N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a psychedelic substance that occurs naturally in the plant.When combined, these two plants form a powerful psychedelic brew that affects the central nervous system, leading to an altered state of consciousness that can include hallucinations, out-of-body experiences, and euphoria

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    Onset of the main effects is relatively slow, between 60 and 120 min; however, you can start to feel changes within 30–60 min. The main effects can last for a further 3–5 hours and gradually diminish over an additional 1–2 hours. Residual effects can remain for several hours thereafter.

    Mescaline produces physical, visual, and perceptual changes. Users describe euphoria, feelings of insight, increased tactile sensations, brightening of colors, and visuals. Adverse effects often increase with higher doses and include nausea and vomiting, sweating and chills, confusion, and difficulty concentrating and communicating.

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    Kambo, sometimes also called sapo, is a shamanic medicinal treatment that originates from the cultures of South America. The most common origin myth regarding this treatment comes from the Kaxinawa tribe of Brazil, where a shaman used the venom of a frog to cure a local villager. It is unclear what time period this is, or how long this shamanic practice has been around — hundreds, if not thousands of years.

    The first studies of venom began in the 1960s. But, it was not until more recent times, that other tribes and also scientists began to study and spread this shamanic medicine throughout the Amazon and eventually the whole world. The frog used in the kambo treatment is called Phyllomedusa bicolor, or the giant monkey frog. It is also said that kambo was used by hunters at night to increase their night vision and speed for hunting. This frog is generally found in Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela

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    From the indigenous point of view, hapé is a sacred shamanic snuff medicine with profound healing effects. Hapé is made from different medicinal plants for different purposes – to induce visions, to have energy, and to enhance the senses with the aromatic fragrance of the plants used in the blend. Given that there are myriad medicinal plants you can blend into hapé, there are many various hapé recipes in existence - and these recipes are often closely guarded by the tribes as secrets.

    Today, indigenous tribes in the Amazon basin continue to use hapé in all aspects of life, from formal ritual use in rites of puberty, initiation, cashiri drinkings festivals, social gatherings and healing ceremonies, to simply tuning into Nature and the healing power of sacred plant medicines alone or with friends.

    There are several tribes that traditionally used hapé - which include but are not limited to the Katukina, Yawanawa, Kaxinawa, Nukini, Kuntanawa, Apurinã, Ashaninka, and Matses - often produce their own specific kinds of Hapé blend and have different ways of preparing the herbal snuff, from techniques to songs that are sung during the rapé rituals

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     For traditional Amazonian tribespeople, sananga is a powerful eye medicine used to sharpen night vision. For modern seekers of spiritual healing, however, sananga does more than help with hunting. Often used as a precursor to ayahuasca ceremonies by the Kaxinawa and Matsés tribes of Brazil, these powerful eye drops have a healing power that’s more energetic than physical, and that has the capacity to increase spiritual insight in the minds of those who use it. Sananga is potent medicine, and while you can administer sananga for yourself without undergoing a guided ceremony