Recommendations for Taking Ayahuasca.-
What foods should you consume for the Ayahuasca diet?.-
Ayahuasca Diet Recommendations
Restrictions and Recommendations, Ayahuasca restrictions, Ayahuasca recommendations. The foods we should eat are beans, vegetarian meals, fruits and other organic natural products, very low in salt and sugar. No food that has any kind of chemicals, or meat from animals that contain toxins by injections of hormones, proteins or others.
Those who can’t take Ayahuasca:
alternative, the Andean ceremonies can be offered.
Recommendations for before, during and after the Ayahuasca Ceremony:
Restrictions and Recommendations, Ayahuasca restrictions, Ayahuasca recommendations. CAISAE is an association of Amazonian and Andean Shamans, we are an association which is serious, legal and responsible. We teach and practice the true ancient techniques. We have a lot of experience in techniques, the current Shamans also descend from Shamans, their knowledge was transmitted from generation to generation, they were able to maintain the techniques and ancient secrets of their ancestors in their purest essence, having performed very dangerous healings, which no Shaman could do for more than five hundred years.
Be careful in taking Ayahuasca, the plant is not a game, you could even lose your life, so choose security, trust and the best Master who can control, care and protect you from the evil spirits around. Through his icaros (special songs for the ceremony of Ayahuasca) he will lead you to an extraordinary vision. In thanksgiving to God and the Pachamama the community of Shamans opened this center to guide many people with the techniques so that they learn to transmute suffering into happiness and love.
Restrictions and Recommendations, Ayahuasca restrictions, Ayahuasca recommendations. We recommend meditation, praying, yoga or other practices of your convenience in order to get prepared mentally and spiritually for the ceremony. It is an ancestral Shamanic ritual, that is why you should take seriously all the recommendations that we give and follow them meticulously as it will help you to embrace the full power of the medicine and reach the desired enlightenment.
In order to participate in the Ayahuasca ceremony it is necessary to go through the preparation for the ritual and follow a specific diet. The participants should be prepared to accept the spiritual experience and perceive knowledge about themselves and resolve personal problems, health problems or find an answer to existential matters.
Ayahuasca Peru: Ayahuasca retreats, Ayahuasca ceremony, Ayahuasca Cusco. The session is previously set for a night or day timing by the Master Shaman. It starts with the Andean ceremony and a short ritual of purification and protection of the place and the body, which means that a participant should approach with respect when asking for help and protection from the sacred world. At every moment of the ceremony a positive attitude from the participant is very important as it helps to control visions; it requires silence and concentration. Generally all senses become much enhanced in the darkness which helps to manage the visions during the trance.
The Shaman or assistant serves the potion to every participant. The dose is calculated individually and is based on the personal questionnaire and considers physical and psychological data, origin and intensity of disease or other reasons which led the person to take Ayahuasca.
The noble silence means to concentrate and work the interiors, thus avoid unnecessary waste of energy; you will be allowed to speak only in hours of conversation of integration and in needed cases in the ceremonies, that is to say, in case of emergency.
It is not possible to interrupt the Masters on the ceremonies, only when he considers that it is an emergency through the translators or assistants to resolve questions related to your health, food, accommodation, coordination, etc.
The Masters will maintain the noble silence for the same purpose, they will only be able to talk about the ceremonies and cures, they will keep the noble silence in the rooms and in the whole center, there will be only a cell phone for emergencies in charge of the translator. The translator will only translate, will speak in a polite way to the patient regarding his person and his inner work, will not mention anything that affects or annoys him as vulgar jokes or personal stories that do not help your personal growth; he will provide more cultural information and not personal comments.
After experiencing intense visions (trance), the effects will start to decrease and participants may feel tired and have some difficulty with describing feelings experienced during the ceremony. We recommend not eating any food until the next morning. The final stage is the ceremonial offering to the Pachamama (Mother Earth). Ayahuasca in Peru: Ayahuasca retreats, Ayahuasca ceremony, Ayahuasca in Cusco.
Items you can bring to the Retreat: