Sierra Mazteca Sacred Plants Retreat

June 10, 2018

From the 24 to the 30 of June 2018

 

 After many requests from people who tell us to be in difficult times, and asking for a better price to participate we have adjusted the logistics of this trip to offer a courtesy that allows it to be accessible, and we decided to make it available for everyone:

 

Retreat to the Sierra Mazateca as a courtesy is now available at 2x1

 

Do you want to join, and do you know who will you invite to join you?

 

But We have to gather at least five pairs so that the logistics in this remote area of the country may work. Therefore if you are interested in making this trip a reality, or even if you are not interested but you know someone who could benefit from the experience. Please help us spread the word abut this news and courtesy.

For your help THANKS A LOT

This famly is helped a lot with our visit. This time they need it.

 

MAZATECS

The Mazatecs are the second most preserved ethnic group in Mexico, direct descendants of the antique Toltecs, still live based on solid foundations from their ancient lineage. For centuries they have maintained alive shamanic healing ceremonies and the herbalist knowledge to heal and awaken consciousness

This land has brought to the world amazing shamans and healers like Maria Sabina who awakened all the ones who visited her, like:

  • Gordon Wasson

  • Aldous Huxley

  • Richard Evans Schultes

  • Timothy Leary

  • Mick Jagger

  • John Lennon

  • Bob Dylan

  • Jim Morrison

  • Walt Disney

  • Alejandro Jodorowsky

  • Carlos Castaneda

Among many other personalities.

 

For centuries they have kept alive herbalist knowledge, and shamanic healing ceremonies to awaken consciousness.

Toltequity shows how to act carefully based on energy and strategy, consciousness and creativity, to direct the course of life towards a deep, lucid, and creative experience; this proposal is called: The Path With of The Heart.

 

Space limited to 14 people,

 

Know the details and see photographs of this mind blowing place and people. www.concienciaindigena.org/mazatec

 

 

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