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）
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?
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In one of the great tragedies of our age, indigenous traditions, stories, cultures and knowledge are winking out across the world. Whole languages and mythologies are vanishing, and in some cases even entire indigenous groups are falling into extinction. This is what makes the news that a tribe in the Amazon have created a 500-page encyclopedia of their traditional medicine all the more remarkable.
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