I have sat with Kambo multiple times now and each time I document what is happening for me and have wondered when exactly, I will feel inspired to write about this medicine. Technically it’s not a plant medicine, though it lives amongst the trees. Kambo is a bright green tree frog native to the Amazon […]
Breathing: it’s something we do every day, habitually and on auto-pilot, and one of the few vital bodily functions that can be controlled consciously, as well as, unconsciously. With many steps leading up to my mushroom journey, we also had a breath workshop. Even though I have had some experience with breathing practices and like
Ayahuasca Series Part 3 “A deep sense of love and belonging is an irresistible need of all people. We are biologically, cognitively, physically, and spiritually wired to love, to be loved, and to belong. When those needs are not met, we don’t function as we were meant to. We break. We fall apart. We numb.
Ayahuasca Series Part 2 I am told the minute you hear the call to do Ayahuasca the medicine starts doing its’ job. I first learned about Aya almost twenty years ago, in the months and days following my mother’s death. One could say that the call came to me then and it took me all
I am in a continuous state of learning about how meditation can transcend the body, environment and time. I have been meditating for over 30 years and everyday I sit, it’s as if no time has passed. What I mean by that is as I change, my relationship with myself and the world around me