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Solitary backpacker drinker

If you’re new to ayahuasca and wish to experience the brew, it might be a good idea to start in a guided setting.

Traditionally ayahuasca is served by a shaman who has trained for years. 511 more words


The Winning Battle

One of the most powerful pieces of my ayahuasca journey was watching, and participating in, the transformation of the other participants.

The people in our group (a total of 7) came face to face with some of their most vicious demons: depression, drug addiction, and suicidal thoughts or attempts. 1,401 more words


Ayahuasca, my experience

This will be long and as detailed as I can verbalize into words folks.

Lately we’ve been experimenting with ayahuasca and making it different ways and in different forms. 1,691 more words

Ayahuasca - The Night I Died

“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” – Khalil Gibran

Nothing could have prepared me for my first ayahuasca experience. 1,530 more words


I am face down in the dirt, bloodied and beaten, in the arena of romance and finance. The KO punch has landed, and my spiritual coach is screaming at me not to give up, to get up, and to come up swinging. 170 more words

The medical properties of Ayahuasca psychedelic plant

“A psychedelic drink used for centuries in healing ceremonies is now attracting the attention of biomedical scientists as a possible treatment for depression. Researchers from Brazil last month published results from the first clinical test of a potential therapeutic benefit for ayahuasca, a South American plant-based brew… 51 more words

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My Close Encounter

Greetings, readers! (All…five of you! Maybe four!)

I keep wanting to write a post explaining why I haven’t been writing here more frequently, but every time I try to start, I delete without posting a thing. 314 more words