Learn practices to honor the light and the power of nature.
AWAKEN YOUR LIFE
Connect with the four directions and balance all of the elements NATURALwithin your body/mind complex.
CREATE INNER BALANCE
Embrace your inner silence and focus on the love of Mother Earth and the light of Father Sun. Learn to recognize that we are all mirrors of the world around us.
Bhavani sets the Medicine Wheel and prepares the space and Earth Medicines with Loving Intentions. We open the ceremony using sound and by each participant setting Intentions for the Earth, the Soul Group and for the individual.
Honoring and connecting to the spirit of each sacred plant during ceremony, the participants gain access to deeper levels of consciousness which enables us to experience unity with Great Spirit.
Ancient Anuhazi and Mu/Lumerian Activations are infused into the Journey which starts or accelerates the process of Ascension. Activating dormant strands of DNA. Enabling the participants to experience spontaneous healing in the Ka-Tha-Ra (Light Sound One) Morphogenetic body.
HOW TO PREPARE
Please refrain from eating meat the day of and day before your journey.
Only take in liquid food the day of journey.
Refrain from Alcohol the day before or day of journey.
Wear comfortable clothing.
Overnight Journeys Bring:
change of clothes
Any offerings for medicine Wheel
(Flowers, Crystals, Love)
When projected, the snuff clears our perception, clears the mind and opens the higher energy channels, connecting us with the highest of our being. By stopping the internal dialogue, the snuff helps to be truly present and to see beyond the interpretations, inducing a direct meditative state.
It is invaluable for calming recurring mental processes, and for rebalancing unbalanced emotional states.
Well used, Rapé is a direct way to become aware, unblock, and heal these energetic and emotional charges that translate into fear, depression, anxiety, feelings of abandonment, jealousy, frustration, insomnia, etc.
It is of great help to have mental clarity when a high concentration is required, since it induces a meditative state.
Tobacco helps detach entities and mitigate contamination in internal dialogue.
When receiving Rapé, the medicine rises, cleaning, ordering and aligning our energy field, especially the chakras of the third eye and crown. The rounds of snuff in medicine circles, as well as in the shots of ayahuasca or other master plants, serve to synchronize and align the attention and perception of the participants.
EFFECTS AND MEDICAL PROPERTIES OF RAPÉ
The medicinal effects of Rapé are valuable: It is very effective in treating problems of the respiratory system, especially sinusitis, chronic bronchitis, pneumonia and tuberculosis. It is also effective against persistent headaches, migraines, digestive system problems and allergies.
Rapé also immunizes against diseases of the respiratory system, is a powerful analgesic, eliminating headaches and body aches, and is relaxing and antipyretic.
A part of the medicine can be lowered into the digestive system, where it deworms and helps clean the stomach and intestines. As part of this cleaning, you may vomit.
Furthermore, Rapé is known to act on the pineal gland. The Gestalt therapist and specialist in the use of medicinal plants Hendara Rico, told the newspaper Efe that “The Pineal gland, through some substances of daily use such as fluoride, calcifies and becomes numb, and the snuff acts by decalcifying that gland “
It helps to restart the cleaning cycle of the lungs and generates the expulsion of phlegm and foreign bodies; It is highly recommended for those who suffer from asthma.
Medicinal snuff is also used as an analgesic substance that relieves fatigue, pain, hunger, and thirst.
Tobacco-based snuff contains nicotine, so its use increases blood flow to the brain and affects the release of various neurotransmitters that lead to antidepressant and stimulant effects.
It is also an excellent healing and antibiotic applied to wounds, especially those containing sage and lavender
What is Sananga?
Sananga is a traditional medicine of the Yawanawá tribe, an indigenous group that is known as the legal guardians of the Amazon.
They have been using Sananga eye drops and other Amazonian plant medicines for generations. They use Sananga for healing both spiritual and physical ailments, which include improving their focus and clearing out distracting energies before going on a hunt.
The plant-based sananga eye drops—brewed from the Tabernaemontana genus of shrubs native to the upper Amazon—are said to enhance eyesight and have long been used by indigenous tribes to prevent and treat ocular diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, near-sightedness, and blindness. But sananga is also commonly used to treat skin diseases, infections, arthritis, cancer, and perhaps most interestingly, to clear a person of what is called panema—anxiety, depression, bad luck, negative energies, and laziness.
Studies on the Tabernaemontana genus have shown the following properties:
- Antimicrobial: Studies from 1984 and 2002 show that the species T. pachysiphon and T. angulata have antimicrobial properties effective against a variety of bacteria. The bacteria species targeted include Staphylococcus aureus, which can cause skin infections and respiratory infections, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a notoriously drug-resistant bacteria linked to pneumonia, sepsis, and eye infections in people who wear contact lenses.
- Antifungal: A 2009 study showed that extracts of T. stapfiana was effective against a variety of fungi species, including Candida albicans, a yeast that can cause thrush in the mouth and yeast infections in the vagina. While Candida infections are typically easy to treat, the fungus poses risk to people with compromised immune systems.
- Antioxidant: The Tabernaemontana genus also has strong antioxidant properties. While nutritional antioxidants are widely known for their value in maintaining general health, ongoing research also suggests antioxidants could play a critical role in preventing age-related ocular problems like cataracts and macular degeneration.
- Anti-cancer: Studies dating back to 1977 have shown promising results that Tabernaemontana species could help combat cancer. The African species T. elegans was shown to be particularly effective at killing cancer cells.
- Anti-inflammatory: A 2003 study showed that T. pandacaqui had fever-reducing and anti-inflammatory qualities and was also quite effective at blocking pain signals.
Mimosa tenuiflora is an entheogen.
Dried Mexican Mimosa tenuiflora root bark has been recently shown to have a dimethyltryptamine (DMT) content of about 1-1.7%.The stem bark has about 0.03% DMT.
In 2014, researchers demonstrated the immunomodulatory potential of DMT and 5-MeO-DMT through the Sigma-1 receptor of human immune cells. This immunomodulatory activity may contribute to significant anti-inflammatory effects and tissue regeneration.
Why is there so much scientific interest in DMT right now?
DMT has been involved in rituals and ceremonies by many cultures across the world for centuries. It is, for example, the main psychoactive compound in ayahuasca, the sacred tincture used in ceremonial rites by the indigenous Quechua people in South America.
In common with other psychedelic treatments such as LSD, psilocybin, MDMA and ketamine, DMT is now attracting serious scientific interest as a treatment for depression – which the World Health Organisation now recognises as the leading cause of disability worldwide. Clinical trials have now vouched for both the safety and efficacy of various psychedelic medicines. In the clinical trials that have been carried out so far, psychedelic medicines have appeared to be both safe and effective as treatments, giving many mental health practitioners reason to hope that they represent a paradigm shift in the way that we treat depressive disorders.
While DMT research is still in its infancy, the Phase I trials recently conducted by Small Pharma on healthy volunteers with no prior experience of psychedelic drugs have indicated that the drug is safe and well-tolerated. The research team is now conducting Phase II clinical trials in patients with moderate and severe Major Depressive Disorder in order to test its efficacy as a treatment.