First, I heard about Sapan Inka 5 years ago and it took me 5 years to pull myself together and mentally mature for AY ceremonies. I am glad I’ve chosen Sapan Inka at the end. Before I start talking about ceremonies let me just say that the facilities are great, very comfortable and renovated to really high standards. There is also a nice big garden with fountains where you can stroll and ponder over your experience.
Now about the ceremonies: At first sight the shaman Eric does not seem to be very talkative. He prefers to listen to you to what you want to share and have to say. Only then Eric starts talking and trust me every word is counted and carries a deep and profound meaning which you may not even realize at the first glance.
I keep still coming back to what Eric said earlier and I find more and more meaning and sense. I also read some other reviews. Some people felt disappointed because the AY ceremonies did not meet their expectations. I felt that too after the first ceremony when I did not feel anything at all. But: I listened to Eric’s explanations attentively and trustfully. I did believe him at full heart when Eric said that the invisible hand of mother AY and the healing has already started and is already working on me even though I felt like nothing happened. This is just the deceitful perception of your body and mind but not your consciousness. Eric proved himself right when during the next healing ceremony, I was hit big time and got an overwhelming experience making up for all past if you want to apply the Western term for the justification.
I cannot stress enough the point that it is so crucial to have an experienced and proficient guidance when you do the AY healing practice who can help you to understand what’s going on within you, with your body and you mind. All you have to do then is to trust the guide and your experience. Eric is the guide I did and I do not regret. And I will come back again one day.