Shamanic Ayahuasca Healing - Free course
Meditation to get DMT-like experiences
In shamanic practices, to have an expansion of consciousness and divine experience practitioners drink Ayahuasca.
Ayahuasca contains a neuron inhibitor and when this neuronal network is inhibited, a high concentration of DMT is generated, so the practitioner feels and perceives experiences that are transcendental to everyday human life.
But the heart system is an even more transcendental strategic point than simply inhibiting neurons because it does stimulate the evolution of the energy system, especially the heart chakra, which is the point of connection between the most human experiences and the transcendental experiences.
Having this point developed and activated, the ordinary functioning of the brain is also inhibited. An activity similar to what happens with the Ayahuasca inhibitor and a strong sense of well-being happens in humans, a DMT-like experienced in Ayahuasca.
Since the development of the heart system and the experience with the active heart system is much longer-lasting and allows the practitioner to evolve from a more conscious state.
What you’ll learn
- Shamanic introduction
- Energetic defense
- Psychic protection
- These courses are not influenced by any theosophical or new age schools. We are free thinkers, so it is important that the student is open-minded.
- We recommend having basic knowledge about chakras, aura and energetic definitions.
- The tutor is not a native english speaker, we appreciate your patience
Who this course is for
- Meditation practitioners
- Spiritual seekers
- Holistic therapists
- Shamanic practitioners
The main objective in shamanism is to gain access to the expansion of consciousness.
Expansion of consciousness is understood as a human experience where one goes beyond ordinary perception and accesses wisdom and information never before described in the conscious mind of human beings.
Many say that when a person has expanded consciousness, he-she is accessing other dimensions, where ordinary thinking ends and much knowledge of high wisdom is accessed.
On the other hand, physically it can be understood that the expansion of consciousness is the activation of neural networks never before activated, which provide the human mind with an experience that is traced back to the brain functioning differently than usual.
Ayahuasca effects an MAOI action on the human brain, that is, it inhibits the brain’s monoamine oxidase. Monoamine oxidase is responsible for catalyzing the oxidative deamination of several biogenic amines, such as neurotransmitter and neuromodulator monoamines (dopamine, noradrenaline, adrenaline, etc.).
Ayahuasca’s action on the human brain is to inhibit these monoamines to allow large amounts of DMT to be produced in the brain.
Due to this chemical reaction, the Ayahuasca experience is so transcendent to humans.
Throughout different cultures, human beings have sought a way to expand consciousness, whether through sacred rituals or entheogenic plants, but there has always been this need to access a higher level of consciousness.
In Panama, the Kuna tribe found a way to expand consciousness through cocoa ingestion. Cocoa is known to improve heart activity.
Scientists have discovered that there are neurons in the heart, that is, we can say that the heart also has a kind of brain.
Our body has motor neurons, but the heart’s neurons have a type of autonomous activity that serves as a mini brain.
When ingesting cocoa, the activity of the heart is being optimized, a fact that is directly linked to the heart’s neurons, so we can experience a kind of consciousness expansion of feelings of love and joy.
In a meditative state of consciousness, by ingesting cocoa we can also gain access to the expansion of consciousness through the optimization of cardiac activity.
It may be that the experiences are not psychedelic as in the case of Ayahuasca, but with cocoa the expansion will be through feelings of love, pleasure and fullness.
Some time ago I received an email from a European woman who claims to have studied shamanism with Ayahuasca in Peru, and who claims to feel deeply offended at seeing this course that she says was intended to expropriate knowledge of Ayahuasca or place it in an inferior position, as well as claiming that it is bad practice to make use of images of Peruvian Indians as they are the holders of Ayahuasca knowledge.
Firstly, it is not my intention to belittle Ayahuasca, I make constant use of this sacred drink myself, and secondly, even if I am not Peruvian or have not studied shamanism with a Peruvian Indian, I do not intend to expropriate myself of this knowledge. If I were to apply to her the same claim she made to me, I would say that she is expropriating the word “shaman” (when she said she studied “shamanism” with Ayahuasca in Peru), as it is a term originally from Siberia, where I doubt that she has visited to learn from a Siberian shaman about the shamanic wisdom of Siberia.
Another reason to demonstrate that I am not expropriating myself from the knowledge of Ayahuasca is to explain that this drink is not only used in Peru, but in several countries in the South American continent such as Ecuador and Colombia (the country where I came from) and that in Acre from Brazil (country where I live), the natives also use Ayahuasca and from the Acre it has spread throughout Brazil and thanks to this disclosure many people have access to this sacred drink.
I don’t deny the fact that unfortunately in many places Ayahuasca is used commercially and that several churches and religious centers are opened each month to charge exhorbitant amounts for the use of an Ayahuasca that was made for commercial purposes. But if this commercial use of Ayuahuasca took place in Brazil, I believe it also took place in Peru and in any other country where Ayahuasca is used (I believe this European woman was very lucky to have found a Peruvian “shaman” willing to move to she this knowledge without commercial intentions!).
Without further ado, I want to emphasize that the photos of Peruvians, Bolivians, Colombians, Chileans, etc., that I use in my videos are royalty free, that is, free to use, for me, for you, for this woman and for anyone else who want to make use of these images, then this claim is unfounded.
My invitation is for us to stop believing we have the “shamanic truth” just because we have taken a retreat or course with a “shaman” in any South American country and that we can let go of this egoic structure that makes us believe that we are the owners of the truth, as this only lays the foundations of ignorance.
I understand that not everyone has easy access to Ayahuasca and other people, due to medical conditions, cannot take this drink, therefore, my aim in this course was to bring an alternative to Ayahuasca with easier access, and that people even with heart disease can take so that the expansion of consciousness is more accessible to the entire world.
Important!: Before taking any ingestion of herbal medicine, cocoa or any other substance, even if it is easily accessible on the market, check if you do not have allergies and seek medical advice.
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