Hi, this is going out to people in the ayahuasca community who may be interested in this upcoming workshop at Willka T’ika in the Urubamba Valley of Peru. It is a beautiful retreat center located in the Sacred Valley within a day’s travel of Machu Picchu, Pisac and other Inca sites. The retreat will include three ceremonies facilitated by Wayra, a young Quechua ayahuasquero who is well respected in the community. I will be providing ‘entertainment’ on the off-days, making some presentations on the usual topics. See this link for details:http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs025/1101625843830/archive/1109215742644.html Here is another link to the Willka T’ika main web site:http://www.willkatika.com/ Please join us if you can! This year is the 100th anniversary of the ‘discovery’ of Machu PIcchu by Hiram Bingham. Rumor has it that the site may be close indefinitely while they figure out how to keep it from being destroyed by too many tourists. So this year may be the last chance to see this amazing site for a while. Please pass this along to friends who may be interested, and …
In the book ‘Left In the Dark’, a culmination of over fifteen years of independent research into human evolution, the authors postulate that the universal myth of a pre-historic Golden Age is a racial memory that reflects our primate evolution in an arboreal, rainforest environment in which humans possessed mental and psychic abilities that have since become lost or atrophied in the profane ages that followed.
By Dennis McKenna, Charles Grob & Jace Callaway
A biomedical investigation of long-term hoasca drinkers by the Medical Studies section of the UDV (Centro de Estudos Medicos).
One of the most profound and humbling lessons that ayahuasca teaches – one that we thick-headed humans have the hardest time grasping – is the realization that “you monkeys only think you’re running things.”