Sara, French, 35, is the worthy deputy leader of TierraMítica. She is also the master guide for the Mythic Journey 6 and 12 days retreats, guide to countless Mythic Voyages and an accomplished ceremony leader. She also holds the rare honor of being one of the few westerners to be ever fully accepted by the Shipibo as a Maestra in her own right, and invited to sing the Ikaros, the ceremonial chants. Her background as a singer, an actress and a voyager of Light embellished her spiritual search with jewels such as Sufism and the dance of the spinning dervishes, shamanism and the feminine rites of the Lakota, the Dances of Universal Peace, until the magic of the unexpected brought her in 2011 to the Mythic Voyage. Despite a long experience with Ayahuasca retreats and ceremonies, she found in the principles of consciously guiding the ceremony to consciously explore, instead of randomly encountering, a new, mind blowing experience. She decided to pursue this path and was one of the first volunteers of TierraMítica. Since then, she has found Who she truly is as a human being, as a real and proud Woman, as an Artist, as a Healer. She has assisted in more Mythic Voyages than anyone else, and her goal is to be the best leader for TierraMítica, definitely soon a leader of the Mythic Voyage, a spectacular leader for the Magic Journey, and a woman full of trust and love for her husband and companion in life, Ferd.
She is also researching, practicing and working towards being able to lead the Shipibo Maestras into the inspiration of artfully expressing focused western emotions into the intricacy of the ceremonial chants, and thus create a ceremonial bridge between the work of the workshops and the retreats and the magic of the Shipibo. She aims high: To find a new tool of divine connection to advance healing to a new galactic era.
Her message is “ Life is cool and there is no dream that is not doable. Oh Yeah!”
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