The Heart of the Healer
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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.
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[Continued from Part 3] Not a Peach, Not an Apple Calling pijuayo the peach palm is an obvious misnomer because pijuayo bears little resemblance to the peach. Calling pijuayo the ‘apple of the Amazon’ is also a limited comparison deserving caveats. There are several...
In the Peruvian Amazon, many jungle dwellers are reluctant to call palms ‘trees’. They are a category of plants unto themselves.
Some believe the Inkas maintained a kind of obsession with entering the rainforests to the east of their Andean domain.