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Must Watch Before Sitting With Ayahuasca/Iowaska

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There are so many people who are called to this life-changing medicine of Ayahuasca.

People from all walks of life, all ages, all races, all over the globe.

Some people look at this medicine as a magic pill, or a magic cure-all solution. Some people get the impression that all you simply need to do is drink Ayahuasca once and you will be enlightened – your soul will be saved forever.

This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Ayahuasca is not a magic pull, or a magic bullet, nor is it an end-all-be-all solution for your healing, and that once you drink this medicine, you will experience eternal bliss.

Ayahuasca is just one aspect that we as spiritual beings in physical bodies, can use, to come back to the deepest remembering of Who We Really Are.

Ayahuasca is just ONE tool, out of countless that are available to us in this world, to be able to free ourselves from the chains of bondage that we unconsciously pick up living in the money-driven, masculine society, rooted in the constant need for more.

If you want to walk the path of healing with Ayahuasca, you need to really ask yourself:

Are you willing to walk this spiritual path, regardless of shamanic plant medicine? Are you willing to implement a daily spiritual practice, that you can COMMIT to, every day, for your personal and emotional liberation?

Are you willing to sit, to meditate, to do yoga, breathwork, or follow in the footsteps of the great wisdom teachers who have walked our world, to help free us from the suffering and prison of our own mind?

Are you looking for an easy fix? Are you looking for someone or something outside of you to heal you?

If you are looking for something easy, this isn’t for you.

If you are looking for some sort of scape-goat, and just want a free ride, from someone or something that will all of a sudden come into your life and make everything better, this isn’t for you.

This path, this deep shamanic healing tradition, is only for you if you are willing to do what is hard, to face the shadows of your own consciousness, to bring healing to all the parts of you that need it most.

This path is only for you if you are willing to commit to this journey, not for a weekend, not for a week, not even for a month, but for a lifetime.

This is your initiation. This is the door opening, and the keys being handed to you. But it is always up to you, to walk through the door, to turn the handle, and to keep walking no matter how difficult or intense it can be.

Ayahuasca is not the answer. YOU, and your commitment to your healing, is the ultimate answer.

Remember this, and if you are truly ready for a change in your life, to really commit to creating a life of true joy, freedom, liberation, and all the things you really want, then understand, it will NOT be easy.

You have a lot of work to do. We all do.

But one thing is certain. It’s worth it beyond words.

For what opens up, when you walk this path, only dreams are made of.

For more information, visit: https://ayahuascahealings.com

With so much love,
Trinity de Guzman & The Ayahuasca Healings Family

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Can a sacred plant medicine from the Amazon heal our minds and spirits? In the heart of the jungle, a naturopathic doctor and an accountant experience life-altering epiphanies when they drink the psychoactive brew ayahuasca, the ‘Vine of the Soul’. This award-winning documentary explores the mystery of ayahuasca shamanism, offering insights into the nature of spirituality, mystical experience and self-healing discovered through an expanded state of consciousness. Is ayahuasca a doorway to direct knowledge of the divine or a path that leads to psychological trauma? Can it cure modern addictions to drugs and alcohol or is ayahuasca itself a possible substance of abuse? Some call it a medicine, others a sacrament; the Amazonian shamans say it is simply a ‘plant teacher’ that tells you what you need to know. Interviews with indigenous and Western shamans, ethnobotanist Dennis McKenna, addiction expert Dr. Gabor Maté and scholar Kenneth Tupper speak to the increasing use of ayahuasca outside the Amazon and the potential benefits for Western medicine, personal spiritual growth and a new understanding of Nature.
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