- pisac, cusco, peru
The retreats of Ayahuasca Prajna are held in Peru – The Sacred Valley of Inkas and the Amazon rainforest jungle. The Ayahuasca and San Pedro experience is a transformational journey of exploring, liberating and re-integrating unknown parts of oneself.
The Ayahuasca Retreats are the journeys featuring a series of Ayahuasca and San Pedro ceremonies in a friendly family-like environment. A series of ceremonies facilitate a gradual immersion into finding the answers to one’s deepest questions. The integration of the experience is supported by sharing and personal guidance, helping to recognize your own strength (spirit) to follow a more wholesome living.
We are a group of people dedicated to the work with Teacher plants in an integrated practice setting. Some of us are Peruvians, some come from other corners of the world. Members of our community and staff have an extensive experience regarding Amazon indigenous shamanism (vegetalismo), Andean shamanism, mind training and trans-personal psychology. Our main location of retreats, ceremonies and practices is in the Sacred Valley near Cusco, Pisac village.
What Is Ayahuasca Prajna?
We offer an approach of practice with entheogens (Teacher plants) focused on the awakening our potential. As prajñā means wisdom, awareness that cuts through conceptual understanding, Ayahuasca Prajna is about taking the use of Ayahuasca beyond experience itself into a process of transformation and awakening that bypasses systems of belief or a religion.
Ayahuasca Prajna facilitates spiritual practice setting where transformative, life-changing experiences are initiated and supported by work with Ayahuasca, San Pedro, meditation practice and guidance. We are glad to share this way with every responsible spiritual seeker, willing to go beyond a simple exploration of mind states, helping to also gain the knowledge and capacity to reach higher levels of awareness and inner freedom (see Our Vision).
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