A set of three Ayahuasca ceremonies in the Shipibo tradition, shared with and hosted by indigenous Harakbut people in the mountain rainforest of the Manu Biosphere Reserve, in combination with a culturally sensitive exploration and immersion into this unique Amazonian culture in a breathtaking natural environment. Minimum number of participants: 2, maximum 4.
Traditional Ayahuasca ceremonies and Amazonian plan medicine, culturally sensitive exploration and cultural interchange in Manu Biosphere Reserve, Peru.
Jessica bertram/Isá Samë
While living in the Southeastern Peruvian Andes and Amazon for 22 years, Jessica has been trained and is working with Ayahuasca in the Shipibo tradition. She is certified as an “Onanya” (Ayahuasca master) by the School for Traditional Shipibo Medicine in Pucallpa and member of its advisory board. A former Manu National Park rainforest guide, she does ongoing healing work requested by the indigenous people of the region. As a traditoonal practitioner she regularly participates in international conferences. As a woman and mother, she is highly experienced in assisting people in bringing about positive life change by very practical and down-to-Earth means.
WHAT AND WHERE?
She organizes and takes small groups of Westerners (2 to 4 persons) on retreats to “Parign Hak” (Grandma´s Home), a unique initiative of Manu´s indigenous Harakmbut people to host her retreats, located in the mountain rainforest adjacent to Manu National Park, where she provides a culturally adapted healing and cleansing process that consists of traditional plant baths and three ceremonies in Ayahuasca´s natural home. Participants may be brought together in ceremony with Harakmbut community people in an attempt to not only facilitate integral healing for all ceremony participants, but also to foster mutual cultural understanding.
As recommended by the International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research & Service (ICEERS), all participants go through an integral process of selection, preparation, ceremonies and integration. This process includes a pre-ceremonial information package, a previous personal interview, traditional dietary restrictions, integration circles, further one-to-one integration interviews in between ceremonies and availability for further consultations for as long as necessary after the third ceremony.See more photos and other events by this presenter