New Moon San Pedro Inka Wachuma Ceremony

Cultural & Theme Tours in Cuzco

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When a new moon rises in the sky, it is the magical time that people can cultivate our own potential at its fullest. In the beginning of the month in natural cycle, it helps tremendously if we give ourselves some turning-­­in moment in a retreat. Andes Sacred Valley in Peru is a perfect location for retreat -­­ surrounded by majestic sacred mountains, clean river & strong energy vibes. In Andes, traditional Shamanic healers follow the wisdom of their Inca ancestors. One important wisdom is using the sacred cactus Wachuma, or its Spanish name San Pedro, to guide people in health, emotional, spiritual healing. It is the most powerful plant Andean people use as healing medicine, like Amazonian people use Ayahuasca.
Shamanic HealingTravel & Healing invites beautiful souls to embark in our 2 days Wachuma San Pedro ceremony retreat every new moon. The facilitator is our respectful master Jesus, who has been a Shamanic healer & spiritual teacher for over 30 years. Jesus and Travel & Healing have facilitated over hundred of Wachuma San Pedro ceremonies with participants around the world and witnessed their transformation towards a more positive life with the answers they were given during Wachuma San Pedro ceremonies.ITINERARYHealing San Pedro ceremonyOn the new moon night, it has the magnetic power to connect people, nature & super consciousness. It can cultivate the optimal potential of individuals for the coming days.The new moon San Pedro retreat will start with the purgative water cleansing to align our body to the best status to have San Pedro intake, then with our Andean master we will start the Shamanic ceremony in day time, at the beautiful outdoor site of The Temple of Moon in Sacred Valley Cusco, which is a very powerful Inca historical site to receive the energy & blessing from Mother Earth. After the cleansing flora ceremony, we will have the San Pedro intake with the facilitation by the master, then we will have a walk in the nature to receive the messages of ourselves from the environment. Under the new moon, we will have a sharing session at the retreat house with the group together, to reflect on what we learned from the day time ceremonies, and the master will answer our questions at the same time. The second day, the group will have another San Pedro ceremony again and every individual may manifest more answers from the second intake.Inclusions:Shamanic Healing session with San Pedro, including a Cleansing Ceremony with condor feathers.Four element/animal therapy (frog, snake, puma, condor) as required.Sacred stone therapy.Transportation.Purgative medicinal volcanic water one day before (Physical and psychological preparation before having San Pedro intake).One night accommodation in a retreat house near The Temple of Moon.Vegetarian meals during the ceremonies on 2 days.Not included:Warm clothes and something waterproof (rain jacket or poncho).Hat for warmth or sun, depending on the season, and sunblock. You will also need 2L of water and toilet paper, all of which should be carried in a small bag or backpack.DO NOT bring things of value such as a camera, your passport, or large sums of money as you may lose them. You will likely not be attentive to your belongings while on San Pedro.

What’s included

  • Shamanic Healing session with San Pedro, including a Cleansing Ceremony with condor feathers.
  • Four element/animal therapy (frog, snake, puma, condor) as required.
  • Sacred stone therapy.
  • Transportation.
  • Purgative medicinal volcanic water one day before (Physical and psychological preparation before having San Pedro intake).
  • One night accommodation in a retreat house near The Temple of Moon
  • Vegetarian meals during the ceremonies on 2 days

What’s not included

  • Warm clothes and something waterproof (rain jacket or poncho).
  • Hat for warmth or sun, depending on the season, and sunblock.
  •  You will also need 2L of water and toilet paper, all of which should be carried in a small bag or backpack.
  • DO NOT bring things of value such as a camera, your passport, or large sums of money as you may lose them. You will likely not be attentive to your belongings while on San Pedro.
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