Ayar studied painting in the Usko - Ayar Amazonian School of Painting next to his great uncle Pablo Amaringo in Pucallpa, Peru. After 9 years of study in this school Ayar developed his own style of Ayahuasca Visions. The Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting ( spiritual prince, in Quechua ) is a cultural center known by various artists founded in 1988 by the deceased owner Pablo Amaringo Shuña. In addition to the participation of several young people with international participations, the school won the United Nations Prize in 1992, time when Pablo was recognized worldwide & in 2008 he was honored by the city of Sedan.

Ayar also is traditional Ayahuasca healer ( Shaman ). He comes from a family of Ayahuasca Healers, a lineage of Ayahuasca Shamans. For more than 10 years he studied with different masters from the Amazon to learn the Ayahuasca healing science and the ancestral healing songs, the Ikaros. Ayar leads Ayahuasca ceremonies, Ayahuasca retreats, Shamanic diets & treatments with the Ayahuasca medicine.

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