What can I say about Nimea Kaya?
The fact that I came back after my first visit means a lot to me. When I was called to work with the plant medicine as most of us, I searched the web for reviews and some recommendations about Ayahuasca retreats and after some time my heart was set on NK.
The first thing that I loved about NK even before attending there was the kind words and guidance of Jill Levers (one of the co-founders)regarding different fears and questions that I’ve had about Ayahuasca. There are so many reasons for me to recommend for whoever is interested in deep healing, a true journey to the self and meaningful spiritual experience to come to NK.
The center is located in a magical jungle land with tropical weather, vegetation, sounds of different birds, monkeys, butterflies, sloth and bugs ;).
But the true magic of this place is the ceremonies and the people who make it all happen. There is a very safe and allowing environment, build schedule that prepares the participants for the ceremonies and as the retreat continues also helps to integrate and digest the experience.
The ceremonies are being guided by two shamans each time (female and male) and the center is working with two wise, powerful and amazing pair of shamans, while there are English speaking facilitators that ae always there during the ceremonies and in between to assist and support you.
And don’t get me started about the food! Ohh, I miss those after ceremony breakfasts so much. Peruvian fresh food especially the on that the local women are making in NK every day in their lovely kitchen is a meal to remember. It’s a beautiful opportunity to be around like minded people and create true connections and friendships with people from different countries and different ages.
I feel blessed coming to NK each time and humble for the experience I get, the transformation that it welcomed into my life is priceless and I could never imagine to myself the journey it would take me on. Working with the plant medicine allowed me to step into my own heart, shed away old behavioral and mental patterns that don’t serve the future that I want to build for myself, see clearer my world, to feel the oneness that we are all are. I have traveled across the globe twice and I know that I will continue my work in Peru, looking for the next adventure into my true self.
There is no greater gift one can give to her\himself.