The Ayahuasca retreats are for those people who seek a responsible way of spiritually opening to their self awareness and higher consciousness. The retreats offer us the key to ancestral shamanic practices which will lead us to amplified states of consciousness. The opportunity for deep personal growth, reflection and holistic cleansing is invaluable.
The ceremonial initiation with Ayahuasca will open a lifelong relationship with spirituality. The new internal order that emerges is obtained from a transcendental dimension which reveals the purpose and meaning of life.
During the retreat, we will have three Ayahuasca ceremonies, integrated in a harmonic process which will include discussion forums (satsang) about the experience. Each session produces a profound reaction in the body, mind and spirit. Ayahuasca sheds light into your reality, shows you what you need to heal or integrate in order to transcend into higher levels of expanded awareness and harmony.
|•||Three (3) Ayahuasca ceremonies.|
|•||Yoga, meditation and mindfulness practices.|
|•||Accommodation, transportation and meals.|
|•||Integration forums: reflection on experiences and insights had during the ceremonies.|
|•||Excursions: Visit to the ruins of Pisaq and the textile village of Chauaitiri, the market place of Pisaq, Salt Mines of Maras and terraces of Moray.|
|•||Talks about sacred plants, their effects and uses in a contemporary awakening context.|
1,300 US$ per person (flight tickets not included).
The payment will be collected in US$ cash on the first day of the retreat.
You can change money, travelers checks, or go to a bank if necessary, in Cusco or in Lima. Also, there is an ATM in the town of Pisaq. Note that this has a limited withdrawal amount.
The cost of the retreat includes all meals, transportation from and to the airport on the first and last day of the retreat, planned activities, shared accommodation, Ayahuasca ceremonies, personal attention and excursions.
Not included are extra meals, tips, airport taxes, flight tickets, travelers insurance, medical expenses, and personal items.
All meals will be vegetarian using exquisite ingredients of the Andean region. This contributes to the preparation of the body for receiving the Ayahuasca.
We are located in the town of Pisaq, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 40 minutes from Cusco city, in a peaceful and quite place surrounded by beautiful mountains.
We are going to stay at Melissa Wasi, a bed and breakfast house located near the base of the ruins of Pisaq. The house is surrounded by wonderful mountains called “Apus” in the very center of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. It is one kilometer from the village of Pisaq which is well known for its Sunday market place and its beautiful, simple people.
Each bedroom is shared double occupancy, bathrooms with hot water 24 hours a day, and electricity. The view includes the sacred mountains (Apus), farm lands and the ruins of Pisaq.
The retreats take place in this powerful and spiritual place in the heart of the Peruvian Andes. We are going to be in an environment were we can meditate in peace, surrounded by the incredible energy and the right context to relate with these ancestral traditions.
On Sunday we will visit the old town of Pisaq were we can attend the local handicraft market. Pisaq is a small ancestral town of artisans who offer a great variety of handcrafted articles and handmade fabrics from highlands communities.
Ruins of Pisaq
Above the old town of Pisaq the Inca ruins are situated at the top of the mountain Intihuatana. The ruins consist of a stone ceremonial complex, from which there is an impressive sight of the sacred valley.
Salinas of Maras
We will visit the Salinas (salt mines) of Maras where the inhabitants of Maras and Pichingoto make the entire process of natural salt extraction.
We will visit the textile community of Chauaitiri where we can appreciate the simplicity of their way of living and buy amazing ponchos, scarves and alpaca fabric, all hand made and all natural dyed.