Ayahuascero (Ayahuasca Shaman) : Discipline for 2 times for straight 8 months learning Amazon Ayahuasca Shamanism at Sachamama Ehtno-Botanical Garden, Iquitos, Peru in 2003 - 2005 | 7 icaros (sacred songs) were given to bless by plants Spirits of Amazon Jungle through Amazon Ayahuasca Shaman. 1st. Peru Expedition 2003 (Oct. 31 - Dec. 31) : Photos 172 pcs. at http://bit.ly/10jTeoj and 2nd. Peru Expedition 2004 - '05 (Oct. 3 - Sep. 23) : Photos 60 pcs. at http://bit.ly/14JQjK8 * Also please enjoy graphics and photos at http://bit.ly/pin_aya on Pinterest and beatiful articles at http://bit.ly/hub_aya on Hubub. Lastly Healing Icaro for you, recorded in Amazon Jungle : http://bit.ly/010-Full_Aya ジャングル生録 ヒーリング・イカロ（植物の精 霊の歌）
My (separated) husband and I recently embarked on a life-changing and unforgettable 17-day backpacking trip around Peru. I’ve dreamt about visiting the country for years and finally started to plan my trip when my husband sent me a text telling me that I should look into ayahuasca when I go. I had never heard of it and decided I wouldn’t look into it, mostly just despite him, but he continued to push for me to at least research it, adamant that it could help me. I read many articles and listened to podcasts and I truly did feel the medicine calling me. I became desperate for it, anxiously anticipating traveling down to the beautiful country to heal myself. I felt like ayahuasca was my last chance at getting better. I read books about it and tried to educate myself as much as I possibly could. It’s interesting how when things are meant to happen they fall into place. Before we knew it we left our kids with my parents and took off for a journey of a lifetime. Our traveling around Peru was incredible. We spent 10 days bouncing between cities and experiencing as much as we possibly could before we arrived at Nihue Rao for our ayahuasca experiences. The retreat was incredibly comfortable and I immediately felt at ease. One of the first things I noticed was how calm and relaxed everyone else was while I was very hyper and full of energy. After my very first ayahuasca ceremony I realized why they were like that – the medicine is exhausting both mentally and physically. My first ceremony was interesting but generally unremarkable. I learned a few valuable lessons but I wasn’t ‘slapped in the face’ by Mother Ayahuasca by any means. My second ceremony with the medicine was the most profound thing I have ever been through. We started off just as we had the night before, each of us going to the shaman to drink the tea and then returning to our spot in the maloka to lay and wait for the effects to begin. After everyone drank and the lights turned off I closed my eyes and waited in silence until the shamans began their icaros. I wasn’t quite there yet but I could feel myself easing into my journey. I began to tear up but it was very slow. I felt the water gently coming out of my tear ducts and roll across the bottom of my eyes ever so slowly. Why was I crying? I didn’t feel any sadness or pain but the tears continued. I heard myself begin to sob, trying to catch my breath in between the silent cries.
S. divinorumにはsalvinorin B - I salvidivin A - D salvinicin A - B divinatorin A-Eなどの様々な成分が含まれているが、幻覚症状を引き起こすことが判明しているのは ジテルペンに属する サルビノリンA（salvinorin A）のみである。 salvinorin Aは S. divinorumの乾燥葉に0.89-3.70 mg/g 含有されている。しかしながらサルビノリンAの含有量はたとえ遺伝的に同一の植物体であっても非常に幅が広い。実際、 S. divinorumの乾燥葉に3.2-5.0 mg/g 含有や、7.6-7.2 mg/g 含有といった報告もなされている。またWolowichらが市場に出回っている S. divinorum の濃縮物を調査したところ、5-20倍濃縮とされるもので0.126 - 0.951 mg/g であったが、2-25倍濃縮とされるものでは4.1-38.9 mg/g といった結果も出ている。そのため葉の量や、濃縮倍率などから実際の摂取量を推定することは困難である。
You know it as angel's trumpet, Hell's bells, or simply Brugmansia, a genus of flowering plant with seven recognized species. Toé is notorious. And it's reportedly now in the hands of shithead pseudo shamans looking to cash in on the South American drug-tourism boom.
Nomadic Bolivian-American performance artist Donna Huanca arrives in London with a troupe of models, ready to cover themselves in paint and turmeric. She explains what it’s like to be watched, and why trans women will destroy the patriarchy
「Subtle references to this state come from the aromas permeating the space, derived from Texas cedar and Palo Santo (a tree that grows in the Mexican desert), which are traditionally mixed with hallucinogenic ayahuasca and peyote, and burned as ceremonial incense. Desert rocks, meanwhile, inspire the tones and textures of the materials that Huanca uses to decorate her models’ bodies: close-up photos she’s made of them during performances resemble topographic studies.」
Terrence Howard, Lindsay Lohan and Jim Carrey all have imbibed a tea from the Amazon (rain forest, not company) that also has made its way onscreen ('Wanderlust,' 'While We're Young'). Now, a critical mass of L.A.'s urban hippies are gathering in groups and projectile vomiting (and worse) on their way to enlightenment.
Has ayahuasca arrived on Earth with a mission to save the planet? Join Chris Kilham, David Jay Brown, Dani Katz, Diana Slattery, and Jonathan Talat Phillips for, “Is Ayahuasca an Alien Intelligence?” The discussion is the forum – now through October 15.
Have you ever felt like we are living in a simulated version of reality, kind of like the plot of the popular movie, The Matrix, and that this reality is computer simulated and the real reality is being kept from us? Well, if you have, you’re not alone; many of Silicon Valley’s tech elites feel the […]
This is a special Work Study Service session open for those inspired to come and support behind the scenes for the Shamanic Permaculture Design Certificate Course. During this time, the first priority of all service participants will be to support the needs of the course. This includes but is not limited to, working in the kitchen, cleaning, and being available to support facilitators’ and retreat participants’ needs. Service participants will have the opportunity to be in the energy field of the retreat group and will be included in some of the course work, practices and sacred plant medicine ceremonies as it ca
by Stephanie Marohn The Shamanic View of Mental Illness In the shamanic view, mental illness signals “the birth of a healer,” explains Malidoma Patrice Somé. Thus, mental disorders are spiritual emergencies, spiritual crises, and need to be regarded as such to aid the healer in being born. What those in the West view as mental Read More
It is no surprise that the corporate, pharmaceutical industry is obsessed with profit. Shoveling selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) into the mouths of people suffering from depression on a daily basis is one of the most lucrative things they can do. If you can get a person hooked on your drug for life, that's a lot of profit, and, so, that is what they have been doing. Money, sickeningly, still speaks. In a world of abundance and technologies like vertical gardens, ever increasingly cheap solar energy and 3D-printable houses, we should be well on our way to supplying every human with food, water, clothing and shelter as a basic human right, though in order to wake people up and make this happen, they'll need to get off the zombie-drugs. Enter: psychedelic medicine. It's not something you get hooked on. It's not even something you take often, but people constantly report a single or double use changing their lives, many of which are able to kick anti-depressants after the prolific experience that accompanies it. So, why are they illegal? Well, if everyone had an awakening while using psilocyben or LSD in a controlled setting, faced their fears and overcame their demons, there would be no need for anti-depressants, and corporations that profit from pill pushing know this. They send their money to corrupt US officials that keep them scheduled as a dangerous and illegal substance even though there is immense (and continuing) evidence for their blossoming healing power. In this excerpt from the Joe Rogan Experience, Dennis McKenna explains the corruption that is keeping people from seeing the light that is psychoactive and psychedelic drugs as medicine.
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