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12-Daagse Sjamanistisch Mysticisme, Ayahuasca, en Yoga Retraite in Sacred Valley, Peru

  • The Source, Carretera Cusco, Sacred Valley, Calca, Peru

12-Daagse Sjamanistisch Mysticisme, Ayahuasca, en Yoga Retraite in Sacred Valley, Peru

  • The Source, Carretera Cusco, Sacred Valley, Calca, Peru

Ayahuasca, Shamanic Mysticism, and Yoga Retreat Peru

The Living Project has one mission that they want you to have a travel experience that awakens your soul and changes your life. You will be working with Peruvian shamans and sacred plant medicines. The retreat is designed to be a deep dive into yourselves, into your pasts and your futures. The retreat helps retrieve lost soul parts or vital essence, and merge with the loving inter-connectivity and healing properties of nature, the elements, psyche, and spirit.

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Waarom deze reis?

  • Ayahuasca ceremonies
  • Guided tour and day excursions
  • Daily meditation and yoga classes
  • San Pedro ceremony with sweat lodge
  • 11 nights accommodation
  • Daily delicious meals
  • 12 dagen met instructie
  • Engels
Verberg alles

You will be accommodated in The Source, Peru for eight nights, the Tierra Viva Machu Picchu Hotel in Aguas Calientes for two nights, and one nights stay in Tierra Viva Cusco Hotel.

The Source

The Source is an edge-of-luxury Ayahuasca center and retreat destination. It gives you the opportunity to immerse in the serenity and peace of the sacred Peruvian mountains in a beautifully appointed environment. The accommodations are impeccably maintained, cozy, and decorated with the flavor of the Incas. All rooms can be converted into singles and queen-size beds are available for couples, or those who don’t wish to share a room.

Tierra Viva Machu Picchu Hotel

Tierra Viva Machu Picchu Hotel is located in the quietest area of Aguas Calientes, facing the Urubamba River and surrounded by the forest of clouds. The hotel has a panoramic lift that has been decorated with Andean inspired graffiti by the Peruvian artist Carolina Malaga. This modern style hotel has 43 spacious and comfortable rooms, a lounge with a fireplace, a breakfast room, and a bar to relax and enjoy some drinks after day of adventures.

Tierra Viva Cusco San Blas Hotel

Tierra Viva Cusco Plaza is located only 15 meters from the square via a cobblestone street which separates downtown from the beautiful colonial house in which this stunning hotel is located. This beautiful historic building has 20 comfortable rooms and a rest area consisting of a dream patio with wood veneers, illuminated by a beautiful dome that captures the most beautiful sunrises of Cuzco offering magical nights of relaxation.

Mornings will begin with meditation class led by Jonathan and open-level yoga practice with Domenic. In some of the afternoons and evenings, you will meet in sacred circle with Jonathan to delve into the world of shamanic mysticism or Domenic will teach a second yoga class.

On the retreat, there will be three Ayahuasca ceremonies, a San Pedro ceremony with purifying Chulla Chaka, and Despacho or traditional Peruvian offering ceremony to the earth. These events will be facilitated by local and trusted Peruvian shamans that The Living Project have hand-picked for their excellence, integrity, and knowledge.

For the last two days, you will journey by train and stay overnight in Aguas Calientes. This is the heart of Machu Picchu, one of the most beguiling places you will ever experience. You will be taken on a guided tour of the breathtaking ancient city in the clouds.

The final destination will be in Cusco, so that the beginning of your travel to home, the next day is an easy and restful one. The Living Project’s trip to Peru will be an absolutely transformative journey to a magical and sacred land, a place steeped in tradition, spirit, wisdom, and mystery. This is an initiation into higher consciousness and of deep healing, and The Living Project promise a once in a lifetime adventure that you will never forget.

Ayahuasca

Ayahuasca is a sacred tea that has been taken ceremonially in the indigenous cultures of Latin and South America for thousands of years. The Shaman or Ayahuascadero prepares the tea through a lengthy cooking and spiritual process, oversees the ceremony, and energetically guides each participant through their individual journey with the medicine.

Attending an Ayahuasca ceremony can bring people to deep spiritual revelations regarding their purpose on earth, the true nature of the universe as well as deep insight into how to be the best person they possibly can. This is true spiritual awakening and is often described as a kind of rebirth. In addition to its spiritual benefits, Ayahuasca has been used in treatment of depression or addiction, physical ailments, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other psychological issues.

Ayahuasca is a profound medicine and can be an incredibly joyful or a difficult experience. It is a strong physical, psychological, and energetic purgative. An Ayahuasca ceremony is approximately a four-hour commitment.

While Ayahuasca is absolutely safe, its consumption isn’t suitable for those taking Monoamine oxidase inhibitor, those who have recently undergone antibiotic treatment, those with severe psychiatric conditions like schizophrenia, bi-polar, dissociative disorders, and those with a chronic heart condition, severe blood pressure, or diabetes. There have been reports of a single Ayahuasca ceremony being equivalent to 10 years of psychotherapy.

San Pedro

Huachuma or San Pedro cactus has perhaps the longest history of use of any plant medicines in South America. Its ceremonial use dates back over 3,000 years and its traditions continue today. The cactus contains a number of alkaloids, including mescaline. Huachuma is relatively gentle, can produce a deep sense of calm, and can create a very powerful connection to one’s surroundings, which may induce powerful hallucinogenic visions.

The authentic sweat lodge that accompanies this 10-14 hour daytime ceremony, helps to purify the body.

Typical schedule

Day 1 - November 25

Shuttle leaves Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ) at 11:30 a.m. At 1 p.m., you will arrive and will have lunch at the The Source, followed by an opening circle and dinner.

Day 2 - November 26

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by breakfast, lunch, and Ayahuasca ceremony.

Day 3 - November 27

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by breakfast, will have bagged lunch, then you will have a tour to Pisaq market and ruins from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. You will end the day with dinner and evening spirit circle.

Day 4 - November 28

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by breakfast, lunch for those not taking medicine and smoothies and fruits for those taking medicine. You will have Wachuma ceremony at 9 a.m., followed by Chulla Chaka at 4 p.m., Pachamanca dinner at 7 p.m., and then you will have evening spirit circle.

Day 5 - November 29

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by breakfast, lunch, afternoon Despacho ceremony, dinner, and evening spirit circle.

Day 6 - November 30

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by breakfast, lunch, and Ayahuasca ceremony.

Day 7 - December 1

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by breakfast, lunch, and Ayahuasca ceremony.

Day 8 - December 2

You will have breakfast, lunch, trip to Moray or Maras or Salineras, followed by dinner, and evening spirit circle.

Day 9 - December 3

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, smoothies, offsite excursion with Shamans and Wachuma or San Pedro and bagged lunch, dinner, and evening spirit circle.

Day 10 - December 4

You will have breakfast, morning closing circle, bagged lunch, and noon departure for Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu. You will have dinner and overnight in Aguas Calientes.

Day 11 - December 5

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by hotel breakfast in Machu Picchu, lunch, then train to Ollantaytambo, and transport to Cusco. You will have dinner and will stay overnight in Cusco.

Day 12 - December 6

You will do meditation or yoga in the morning, followed by hotel breakfast, and then you will depart back to your homes.

The local shamanic guides will take you on unforgettable day trips to the famous Pisaq market and ruins, the ruins of Ollantaytambo, the ancient Incan Salt Pans, and the Andean terraces of Mora. You will explore the traditional village of Maras, and rejuvenate in the hot springs of Aguas Calientes. You are not going to leave a stone un-turned as you take in the totality of the incredible and holy place.

  • Jonathan Hammond

    Jonathan is an energy healer, shamanic practitioner, and spiritual counselor with over 15 years of training and experience. In addition to his background in energy healing, Jonathan has had four years of professional training in inter-spirituality and spiritual counseling at the One Spirit Learning Alliance in New York City and was ordained as an interfaith minister in 2008.

  • Domenic Savino

    Domenic Savino is one of the most popular and sought-after yoga teachers in New York City. Domenic trains and mentors new teachers at Yoga Vida New York City and co-directs their teacher training program. In addition to Yoga Vida, he is currently a yoga instructor at Pure Yoga and Equinox. He has taught in huge venues in New York City, including hundreds of practitioners in city-wide events in Bryant Park and Grand Central Station. He has even been asked to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

This retreat will take place in Cusco, Peru. Peru is a magical and sacred land; a place steeped in tradition, spirit, wisdom, and mystery.

You will be provided with three delicious meals daily, pairing with healing juices and tea.

Breakfast buffet

You will be provided with fruit smoothie, green smoothie or juice, jar of emoliente that is natural Peruvian digestive tea, almond, cashew or coconut milk, granola or muesli, hot quinoa cereal with nut milk, fruit salad, eggs, guacamole, almond, cashew or coconut cheese, sliced tomatoes and black olives, and yeast free bread.

Lunch and dinner options

You will have various options to choose from. The options will be cherry tomatoes stuffed with basil and almond cheese, creamed carrot soup, power bowl with sweet potato, quinoa, kale, black beans, and avocado dressing. You will be provided with dehydrated vegetable chips with carrot mayonnaise, hearty garden salad, pumpkin stew with quinoa, summer rolls with peanut sauce and a whole long list of menu.

On Huachuma or San Pedro day, you will be provided with Pachamanca buffet dinner which will include hearty zucchini soup, variety of fresh salads, chicken and trout prepared with huacatay sauce and roasted over heated rocks, potatoes, sweet potatoes, occa, plantain, habas (Andean broadbeans in the pod), and choclo with variety of sauces and dressings.

  • 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies led by Ayahuascadero
  • 3 delicious meals daily, healing juices, and tea
  • 11 nights accommodation
  • All ground transport from and to Velazco Astete Airport (CUZ), as well as for the entire trip
  • All taxes and fees
  • Daily yoga, meditation, and shamanism classes
  • Despacho ceremony with Shaman
  • Guided day trip to Pisaq Market and ruins, ruins of Ollantaytambo, ancient Incan Salt Pans
  • Guided day trip to the Andean terraces of Mora and the traditional village of Maras
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Optional plant medicine
  • Park passes to Machu Picchu
  • San Pedro ceremony and Sweat Lodge with Shaman
  • Train and bus fare from The Source, Peru to Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu
  • Airfares
  • Bar drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Incidentals in Peru
  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fees

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ). Transfer from and to the airport is included. The Living Project will pick you up from the airport.

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