The Bridge´s Paq’o Tradition of Cross-Cultural Mysticism is a syncretic blending of South and North American pre-Columbian earth honoring ways, Hawaiian and Hindu/Tibetan spiritism, and Western Mysticism. At its heart is a little known process of personal development formerly hidden in the prophetic and mystical traditions of the Peruvian Andes, today contextuslized as a holistic whole.
This sacred path of the Peruvian Andes is known as the Contemporary Kausay Puriy. The name means to walk or navigate the energies of life. Kausay Puriy translates from Quecha as “walking in living energy.” Contemporary Kausay Puriy describes the ability of a person to live in such a way that the energy always flows and never comes to a standstill.
It therefore describes a person who is becoming fully integrated into the fourth level of consciousness, of true adulthood based on love, trust and integrity with the natural world. People at this stage of consciousness are developing and training to the highest level their abilities to love (munay), act (yankay), and think (yachay) in an energetic space that can be accessed through ritual initiation and cooperative relationship with Mother Nature. This tradition teaches simple exercises and tools that every person can apply to reestablish the flow of heavy energies. Kausay Puriy means moving freely and fluidly in living energy.
This is the path of the Paq’o “Nature Mystic”, the Chakaruna and the traditional way of life practiced by the Paq’okuna for over 16,000 years. This way of life is based upon Ayni, “divine reciprocity” and on our interdependent connection to the spiritual and natural worlds.
As we move from cultural and regional boundaries into a global community, it is important not to lose sight of the socio/spiritual wisdom of our ancestors. Our ancestors, through their rituals, myths, legends, and prophecies, preserved for us a key for unlocking the mysteries of our creation.
Pachachaka – The Bridge´s Paq’o Tradition of cross-cultural Mysticism teachings are the spiritual arts of our ancestors applied to the modern world. They impress upon minds, body and souls timeless wisdom that can be learned but not taught. Through the application of these arts we acquire the skill to navigate and harmonize the unorganized energies of life, redirecting them towards our dreams, gifts and talents.
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