The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Cross-Cultural Shamanism

water-altar-ericajSacred Wisdom Calendar March 2015
This issue features equinox gatherings and ceremonies to honor the equal balance of the light and dark within and without. We hope that you will add the perfection of who you are to these gatherings so generously and lovingly hosted by our community, friends and family members. Read now
12.14-baja-cropHEALING GRACE -Surfing In Baja: A Tale of Shamanic Self-Care
A personal message from don Oscar For the first time in my incarnational embodiment as passer-by upon Pachahmama I recently mustered up the courage to… Read more

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The Evolution of My Mesa

Yola Dunne sent us a personal video blog how her life has been impacted by The Universal Shaman Advanced Course.
Watch it here
New Music: “Nuna Kallpa” 
Our One Fire Wellness honors the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition in song, available on MP3.
Listen to a free song “Ajallo Inka” here
moon-eyeAncient Healing Sounds: Moon Eye
Chakuna Machi Asa created “Moon Eye (munay): Ancient Healing Sounds” CD Album with the energy based on her experience with the Pachakuti Mesa and The Heart of the Healer with the intention that it be in service to many generations and our community. Listen here 
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IG07quero-copyWhat is Shamanism

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. Read more


Oscar-slideAbout The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition

“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. Read more


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