Ayahuascero (Ayahuasca Shaman) : Discipline for 2 times straight 8 months for Amazon Ayahuasca Shamanism at Sachamama Ehtno-Botanical Garden, Iquitos, Peru in 2003 - 2005 | 7 icaros (sacred songs) were given to bless by Spirits of Amazon Jungle through Amazon Ayahuasca Shaman. 1 st. Peru Expedition 2003 (Oct. 31 - Dec. 31) : Photos 172 pcs.at <a href="http://bit.ly/10jTeoj" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/10jTeoj</a> and 2nd. Peru Expedition 2004 - '05 (Oct. 3 - Sep. 23) : Photos 60 pcs. at <a href="http://bit.ly/14JQjK8" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/14JQjK8</a>
From the Los Angeles afterpanel of Aya: Awakenings: Writer/producer Rak Razam talks about the mythological and cultural aspects of ayahuasca as it “reaches out to embrace the world.” As the deforestation of the Amazon continues at a shocking pace, ayahuasca is being taken up by Westerners and cultivated around the world. Is ayahuasca becoming a global sacrament? Can Westerners come to grips with terms like ‘sacrament’ and the ‘sacred’, and does the ayahausca experience connect us to something within ourselves, or a deeper connection to the planet?
Tracy James knew the drug she'd just swallowed was working when her old injuries from high school started twitching with new life. Pressure throbbed from a forgotten busted knee. Her ankle tingled. T...
In 1973, a book claiming that plants were sentient beings that feel emotions, prefer classical music to rock and roll, and can respond to the unspoken thoughts of humans hundreds of miles away landed on the New York Times best-seller list for nonfiction. “The Secret Life of Plants,” by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird, presented a beguiling mashup of legitimate plant science, quack experiments, and mystical nature worship that captured the public imagination at a time when New Age thinking wa
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Amber Lyon and ethnobotanist Chris Kilham discuss their ayahuasca experiences while on an ayahuasca research trip in the Amazon rainforest. The two also discuss the healing power of plant medicines and why Kilham believes plants hold the cures for all our ailments. Chris Kilham is a medicine hunter, author and educator. The founder of Medicine Hunter Inc., Chris has conducted medicinal research in over 30 countries. Chris is The FOX News Medicine Hunter and is also on the Medical Advisory Board of The Dr. Oz Show. Chris works with companies to develop and popularize traditional plant-based food and medicinal products into market successes. These include kava, maca, rhodiola, schisandra, tamanu oil, herbal beverages and dozens of other plants. He is currently building market demand for cat’s claw and dragon’s blood, both medicinal plants from the Amazon rainforest. Chris is the author of fourteen books, including Hot Plants, The Five Tibetans, Psyche Delicacies, Tales from the Medicine Trail and Kava, Medicine Hunting in Paradise. Chris also writes articles on plant medicines for several publications, and is a contributing columnist for FOX News Health. Richard Branson features Chris in his new book, Screw Business as Usual. His latest book, The Ayahuasca Test Pilots Handbook, releases in November 2014.
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