Tupak Wayra Runa

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Es un maestro Amawt'a (sabio) de los pueblos Aymaras (Andes) y Qechuas (Selva), lleva los linajes y sabiduría de los dos lugares más importantes de Bolivia, trabaja en el ámbito de la sanación desde muy temprana edad, con variadas y hermosas formas de sanación originarias y ancestrales. Dirige ceremonias con plantas maestras como: Ayawaska, Wachuma (San Pedro), sagrada hoja de Coca y Sayri (Tabaco). Guía retiros de transformación personal en la Selva y en los Andes viajando por los lugares sagrados de sus antepasados Qollas (gente medicina). El 2012 fue nombrado como jefe de la Danza del Sol y la Luna en Bolivia, una ceremonia traída por los pueblos indígenas de Norte América hacia el sur del continente para hacer cumplir la profecía del Águila y el Cóndor. Dirige talleres de historia, filosofía, música y cosmovisión indígena. Trabaja por la recuperación y fortalecimiento de la sabiduría ancestral.

He is an Amawt'a (wise) healer of the aymara people (Located in the Andes) and Quechua people (located in the jungle), he has the lineages and the wisdom of the most important places in Bolivia. He has worked in the healing path since he was very young, including many beautiful ways of original ancestral healing. Tupak Wayra guides ceremonies working with sacred plants like: Ayawaska, Wachuma (San Pedro), the sacred Coca leave and Sayri (Tabaco). He guides retreats of personal transformation in the jungle and the Andes travelling through the sacred places of his Qolla (medicine people) ancestors. On 2012 he was named as chief of the sacred Dance of the Sun and the Moon in Bolivia, the ceremony was brought to the south of the continent by the indigenous people of North America in order to come true the prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor (vision of the chief Beautiful Painted Arrow – Joseph Rael). He also guides history workshops, philosophy, native music and indigenous cosmovision. He works for the recovery, rebuilding and strengthening of the ancestral wisdom.

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