July is a very special month as we will see a second full moon often called a Blue Moon. We won’t experience another until 2018. Many of our ayllus are gathering to celebrate this event and we hope you will be able to participate in a ceremony near you or host one of your own. Read now
Blessings Heart Walkers…. In ancient Latin, devotion is defined as an “act of consecrating by a vow;” “to sacrifice oneself and promise solemnly,” an expression of “loyalty, fealty, and allegiance” — in other words, a Compacto. Read more
By Mitchell Clute In the contemporary world, with its marvels of technology and science, we may think of shamanism—if we think of it at all—as an ancient, even primitive array of beliefs and rituals practiced by the indigenous peoples of the world. Read More
The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition: Cross-Cultural Shamanic Arts for Personal and Planetary Renewal is a five-part series of intensives that aligns the traditional teachings of Peru and the wisdom of its heritage with the needs of the present day.
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By Lynetta Anne
This slender book hit me with an indescribable impact. It seemed so simple, a chronicle of a tale and not too much more. Yet I was compelled to reread, and as I did it began to unfold it’s wisdom within me. I’m currently on my forth re-read, and continue to be stunned by it’s profound wisdom. There are no other books I’ve read four times within six months, ever. Buy now or add your review
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Sipapu is our dream manifest – a sacred earth based community anchored in Love and reverence. It is a nexus, a portal allowing access to a universal forces, a ‘stargate’ for the human soul, a reality where our individual and collective thoughts and visionary imagination propel us forward in evolutionary resonance to serve the global spiritualization of humankind.
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This ritual process aligns with the spacious peaceful center born of a heart free of fear, doubt and insecurity about the future followed by offering a traditional invocation to the Seven Sacred Directions in Quechua that leads into a shamanic journey. Listen Here
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Shamanism is the art of seeking and maintaining balance between humans and nature, between the seen and unseen realms. At the heart of shamanism is balance; without balance healing cannot occur. A shamanic practitioner is one who reaches altered states of consciousness by using sound, music, drumming, guided meditations, plant-spirit medicine and/or other techniques, to interact with the spirit world. The shaman or curandero/curandera then channels their connection to the spirit world into this world during a ceremony or ritual to heal, perform divination, and balance energies for personal healing and global transformation.
“Pachakuti” means “world reversal” and refers to the time
of transformation we are living now. A mesa is an altar for
self-exploration, transformation and personal growth in
which we create a new paradigm of one’s relation to the Self and the Universe. This tradition, in all its richness, is an evolving practice of inner and outer activities that restore balance and harmony to our relationships with All That Is.