In Trance, you transcend; I can not tell, how many times I have died to rebirth to the transparent light consciousness of the spirit. And even though, all practices have been extreme in my life and still are, I love this ecstatic death of phoenix, when my heart beats and my body shakes to balance in rhythm with all living vibration. If you know to die, you are not afraid any more; the fears fade away and the knowledge you gain, the ability to perceive everything from within fighting against your shadows, it makes you powerful and wise. You are a free spirit.
When the Naguals appeared and initiated me, my life changed completely. I was living a normal and successful status of life, but not my true nature and the purpose I had to accomplish. The decision to change my existence was for my family and my friends paranormal. I didn’t care, I was empowered in my heart and wanted to follow my visions that brought me exactly where I had to be; in Sierra Nevada.
Living ten years together with various indigenous tribes (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru) in tropical forests and mountains, I have learned to use the therapeutic and shamanic practices of healing plants and Entheogens, such as Ayahuasca, Wuachuma, Wilca, Rapé, Shaama, Mapacho and Cacao. Every master-plant was a different medicine, experience and acknowledgement. All together were a soul print of the bio-logical essence of Nature, of the mystical, psychedelic living organism, which is inter-connected and fully bended with each other, and with life itself.
Ceremonies in 2016-17
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, dedicated to the eternal flow of the great Mother Goddess. Most ancient cultures praised the element of the water for its transforming and cleansing powers and used it symbolically in ceremonies, baptisms and initiations as the origin of life. In sacred ceremonies in Sedona in 2012, I have been initiated to attend healing and blessing rituals of Aqua Vitae.
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
„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