The Heart of the Healer
A Shamanic Portal into the Universe of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition™
Respected kamasqa curandero and altomisayoq adept from Peru and originator of Pachakuti Mesa Tradition cross-cultural shamanism. He is an internationally acclaimed shamanic mentor, ceremonialist, healer, and author.
During this time of transformation we are living now, 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.
Our community members, practitioners of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Shamanic Arts, gather for seasonal Earth honoring ceremonies and Full/New Moon Ceremonies as well as pilgrimages to sacred sites.
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Walking down did have its easier aspects, and I felt some hope that I would be able to ride a horse for part of it. Going down, I could lean into gravity rather than fight it which meant that I could move faster than climbing upwards – at least at the start.
It had been blessedly cloudy for most of the day which meant protection from the great and powerful Inti, and that the likelihood of rain was great. I suppose this is why Martín decided we should eat first, and rest, and then climb up, just 1 hour, he promised.
We are remembering and being re-Membered when we enact a ritual bridging the seen and unseen worlds. The simple act of offering a ritual begins when we become quiet, listen, and observe the natural world.