Iquitos and Sacred Valley in Peru
I chose Arkana after exploring the web site and reading reviews – the same way you are. But it’s very difficult to explain the level of support and commitment that they offer in a review. From the Skype interview before travelling, to the sensitive and personal care I received at the centre, I am so grateful that I found Arkana. And that Arkana found me.
I stayed for 8 nights at the centre in the Sacred Valley over New Year 2018. Our group was relatively large – 16 in total – but we’ve become a healing family to one another. The bonds we grew in Urubamba, fostered by the Arkana team, will stay with me forever.
You can read about the practical process elsewhere, but Arkana is all about its people. The facilitators need a better title – they are spiritual guides, friends and confidantes. Shantanu, Kunti, Javier and Chandra pour their souls into the place. And the people who’ve found a home there – Mike and Chris when I was visiting – provide a vital link between the world you’ve come from and the one you’re heading towards.
A special mention for Diego – the inspirational shaman. He has a telepathic understanding of what you’re going through in ceremony and connects immediately to support you. The level to which he seems to feel what you’re going through is extraordinary.
I have written in detail about what brought me to Arkana and how I think it’s changed me at http://www.greglovell.co.uk/blog1/2018/1/10/an-ayahuasca-journey. In short, I would recommend Arkana without reservation. It’s a beautiful place doing beautiful things.