Shamanism is the doorway to Sophia’s Dream; it is the voice of the drum, the h.EAR.t beat of the inner core of Earth calling our divine self 4(+4) transformation. It is the knowledge that one gains, the ability to perceive something which ordinary perception can not. It is the power of love to walk the path of life with no fear, but with absolute freedom.

Living 10 years together with various Indigenous tribes (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru) I have been initiated to the shamanic power of “psychedelic plants” and learned to use them in therapeutic and healing practices and ceremonies, reconsidering them as well, sacred medicine.



The Aztecs believed that cacao seeds were the gift of Quetzalcoatl, the God of Wisdom. Originally prepared only as a drink, as a bitter, frothy liquid, mixed with spices, wine or corn puree. Xocolatl was believed to have aphrodisiac powers and to give the drinker strength. It has been used as a medicine for religious rituals and for opening the Heart and third Eye chakra. It was called the “Food of the Gods”.


Tobacco is known as one of the most important plants in the lives of all tribes of the North and South American Native Indians. In northwest Amazon is “Mapacho” a master, masculine, solar plant that reaches over 3000 years of tradition and plays a significant role in curative rituals and in important tribal ceremonies; it is occasionally used as an elixir and source of visions.


Healing water rituals have a spiritual reverence in all cultures since long time and are thought to have existed in pre-historic cultures for millions of years. Most ancient cultures praised the element of water for its cleansing power and used it symbolically in ceremonies, baptisms and initiations as the origin of life.


cleansing the body from toxins in general
reducing anxiety and bringing calmness
reducing / eliminating auto-destructive habits (mainly addiction to tobacco)
fears and psycho-emotional blockages removal
lung capacity improvement
blood pressure, blood oxygen levels and heart beat issues improvement
preparing the body for ceremonies with entheogens

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„Wenn man eine Schamanin als Ärztin hat, hat man immer eine gute Freundin, weil sie sich zutiefst um die Seele kümmert – dort wo Krankheit und Heilung beginnt.“ – Clemens Kuby (deutscher Dokumentarfilmer und Autor). Vielen Dank liebe Asaya! Valerian Moucka, Austria