AYAHUASCA IN PERU

 

ayahuasca in peru-ayahuasca in cuscoAYAHUASCA IN PERU, is composed by people who are involved in the service of mystical works of different types and locations of the world, that is why AYAHUASCA IN PERU makes up together healers or "Shaman" of the different regions of Peru, Healers from the jungle Ayahuasqueros of “Pucallpa” Amazon from Peru; Healers of the Andes Pampamisayoc all of them Qeros community Cusco, masters or teachers of Yoga and Reiki sister nation of Brazil and Sanpedristas from northern of Peru , all members of this group AYAHUASCA IN PERU, We work to give peace and love to the hearts of the brothers in the world.

AYAHUASCA IN PERU, worries for the well-being and safety of the person for good healing and find the light of his life, we perform ceremonies or retreats with all precautions required for each one of our works. AYAHUASCA IN PERU realizes private works   for families, friends, couples, small groups, etc., to allow us to realize a personalized work and in order that person understands and feel the force of energy in each of the ceremonies or retreats it is realized.
AYAHUASCA IN PERU gives you options for the ceremonies of Ayahuasca and San Pedro in different regions of Peru as: Cusco, Arequipa, Puno, Iquitos, Pucallpa and Puerto Maldonado. And other ceremonies and therapies are performed in our center of ceremonies in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Cusco.
The Andean ceremonies that offers AYAHUASCA IN PERU, there are in hands of the healers brothers Qeros's community, which is recognized as the last men by cultural inheritance and customs of our Inca empire. The Inca healers are nowadays the ambassadors of the customs and the Inca religion, thanks to the important legacy of our ancestors, the Incas Qeros men will be able to help us to live through the mystical experience of taking part in different Andean ceremonies as the ceremony of coca reading " MAMA COCA ", ceremony of cleanliness "CUTI", ceremony of Flourishing "T'IKARI", offering to the pachamama (Mother Earth) ceremony " PACHAMAMA AYNI " and the Andean Wedding “ IMIY RAYMI”.
AYAHUASCA IN PERU, group of healers "shamans" and master of spirituality, we are waiting for your request or questions and We wish you, all the spiritual brothers who have light and love in your life and hearts.

Ayahuasca Ceremony in Peru

 

TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
Amazon - Peru
Since the discovery of America and the attempt of conquest of its peoples, started a constant negation of the New World´s cultural contributions which could go against the religious beliefs and interests that were the Occidental humanity´s center of attention back then.
Thanks to its isolation from the modern world and in many cases, to the governments´ indifference, the Peruvian Amazon managed to maintain alive its tradition of the adequate use of its resources.
Today, some of us are looking at the Amazon with the sufficient understanding so as to value it. Perhaps, we are interested to know why, through the ingestion of a beverage prepared in the middle of the jungle, it is possible to heal a disease or simply, improve our quality of life.
We must recognize that humanity´s future lies in great part within our hands and in this case, it greatly depends on how much time we´ll manage to preserve the Amazon in its original state, so that we might continue having access to it and might learn to wisely take advantage of what it has to offer. 
At present, the world can have access to the Amazonian Traditional Medicine which is an adequate method to interpret and use this apparently chaotic green tangle which, in reality, works as a natural laboratory without margin for error. 

San Pedro

 TRADITIONAL MEDICINE

The San Pedro cactus (Echinopsis pachanoi, syn. Trichocereus pachanoi) is a fast-growing columnar cactus native to the Andes Mountains of Peru between 2000–3000 m in altitude. It is also found in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Ecuador, and it is cultivated in other parts of the world. Uses for it include traditional medicine and traditional veterinary medicine, and it is widely grown as an ornamental cactus. It has been used for healing and religious divination in the Andes Mountains region for over 3000 years. It is sometimes confused with its close relative, Echinopsis peruviana (Peruvian Torch Cactus).

Traditional medicineEchinopsis pachanoi has a long history of being used in Andean traditional medicine. Archeological studies have found evidence of use going back two thousand years, to Moche culture. Currently it is widely known and used to treat nervous conditions, joint problems, drug addictions, cardiac disease, and high blood pressure, and it has unique antimicrobial properties.

Echinopsis pachanoi contains hordenine and ".it has been shown that hordenine, N,N-Dimethyl-hydroxyphenylethylamine, exhibits an inhibitory action against at least 18 strains of penicillin resistant Staphylococcus bacteria

Pachamama or Mother Earth

 

The mother who we are accustomed to evoke as giving birth and taking care of life, also has a phase in which she receives, calls to herself and waits.

Here, in the Andes, we have an Offering Ceremony to the Earth. Some of us call it “payment”. But, we call it OFFERING or simply, “AYNI” or reciprocity with our Mother Earth who gives us life. 

In that way, we also give strength to the Pacha Mama, so that she might go on generating life. During that offering ceremony, prayers are made for the health of whoever asks for them. Often, prayers are made for the participants´ work, prosperity and protection. In our Andean cosmovision, everything that surrounds us is alive and we consider that offsets of balance frequently occur within our lives. So, one of the ways we have to harmonize and re-balance them, is through that Sacred Ceremony. Therefore, prayers are made with three undamaged coca leaves that Mother Earth gives us and which are offered to the Apus (Great Mountain Spirits). We also use elements like sweets, wool of different colors, myrrh, incense, animal fat and a great variety of foods and herbs we buy in the market and that the Andean people call “alcanzo” (allowance). But, one has to know how to prepare the offering, because not all that is being sold is being used, as each element has its meaning and reason to be.

Andean Wedding

CEREMONY

This Andean ceremony is much more important than a common conjugal union between two individuals, as it is a whole sacred ritual performed by an Andean Priest, together with all of nature´s energies.

In the Andean wedding ceremony, not only do the people present participate, but also are present all the Sacred Deities considered in the Andean religion. We can mention here the main ones that constitute the Andean Duality which is composed of THE APUS (Mountain Spirits), representing the masculine side and THE PACHA MAMA (Earth Mother), representing the woman and in addition to these two Main Deities, Water is considered as the element that represents Purity and Fire which symbolizes the Path or Strength. Since many years ago, the Andeans, continuing with the traditions of our forefathers the Incas, kept on performing these ceremonies as they consider as sacred the perfect bond between man and woman, so that they might prosper and have complete happiness within the hands of the PACHA MAMA who will give them the products they might be able to have in their surroundings and the protection of the APUS who will be guardians against any enemy that might want to harm the couple.   
The Andean wedding ceremony is one of the simplest, in comparison with that of the Catholics in which the best dressed couple or whoever looks best is the one that had the best wedding. In this case, the luxury part doesn´t exist and the couple must step into the ceremony with an open and pure heart.