Iquitos and Urubamba in Peru
For those who do feel The Call, this is The Place.
The staff creates a thoughtful and attentive space/set/setting, and answers questions directly without over-promising/sugar-coating. The shamans do a tremendous amount of work, both vocally and spiritually, making the ceremonies amazing. This is ancient stuff, “old time religion”, but no pressure to convert you to their way of seeing the world: you’ll be shown that directly…
This experience is not for everyone, no sugar-coating: in the moment it can be very scary, feels like many real-life experiences happening in the course of a few hours. As others have said though, the post-impact is profound…and “profound” will mean different things to each person.
For me, the experience was probably milder than others’ but still deeply meaningful…many pages of notes in my journal. It led me to immediately repair some long-broken relationships, and my S.O. says I’m more open-hearted and light. I’m sure I’ll continue to discover new things over time.
Thanks to the very thoughtful staff and shamans!