Peru. What an amazing country! I traveled to Peru for a total of two weeks. During the first week of my trip, I traveled to different parts of Peru. We started off at the biggest city in Peru, Lima, right on the South American coast, then made our way to a small town on the coast called Paracas. Paracas had the most amazing wildlife, everything from penguins to sea lions. We then traveled to an oasis in the dessert called Huacachina, where we sandboarded down huge sand dunes. The views were stunning and out of this world. We then journeyed to the breath-taking mountains where the well-known ancient city of Machu Picchu is located. Machu Picchu was full of mystery and the views, as well as the high altitude, took my breath away. After Machu Picchu, we stayed in the beautiful city of Cusco for a night. Cusco was an amazing little town in the mountains, full of good food, nice shops, and a unique culture.
Finally, we made it to my last stop which was at Arkana, an ayahuasca retreat center in the heart of the Amazon jungle. I spent the second week of my trip at Arkana and it was one of the most profound experiences of my life. Peru is the most diverse country I have ever been to. The country is full of beautiful towns, the most delicious foods, a diverse landscape, and amazing culture. All though traveling hundreds of miles around Peru was absolutely phenomenal, my journey didn’t really start until I arrived at the retreat center at Arkana.
The following post is going to include my detailed trip reports during my ceremonies at Arkana. I did a total of four ceremonies during the week I was there. This is my second time doing ayahuasca and I found that this time was a much more pleasant experience. I think the main reason for this was because I was more open to the medicine and didn’t go into my ceremonies with fear. My attitude before going into my ceremonies was that whatever was going to happen was going to happen, and I just wanted to allow the ayahuasca to work through me and accept whatever I saw or felt. No matter what my experience was, I knew I could learn something valuable from it, so I tried my best to let go of all my expectations and allowed the experience to be what it was meant to be. I felt that this attitude helped me get the most out of my ceremonies.
Before I go into my trip reports, I want to talk a bit about Arkana. My experience was directly connected to my surroundings so to understand my experience fully, it is important to know the context in which my experience occurred. Arkana is a space of just pure love. It was right off a river in the Amazon Rainforest. The entire retreat center was constructed with natural materials, and to me, felt like a giant piece of art. The helpers at the center were fantastic. There were three main helpers, Angel, Nidia and Sarah. All three of them have the most amazing souls and was a big part of the reason I was able to have such a wonderful experience there. I was able to learn a lot from them and they were all full of love. The shamans there were amazing as well.
During my stay, the head Maestro was Christian. He was young, in his early thirties, but had been drinking ayahuasca since he was fourteen. He trained with many different shamans as he was learning to become a shaman himself. The other two shamans were Isabella and Rafael. All of them had the most amazing voices and I could feel there love and healing energy through the icaros they sang during the ceremony. The shamans were another reason I had such a meaningful and profound experience.
The food at Arkana was incredible. My favorite thing about the food was the juices they served with the meals. They were so refreshing and tasted amazing. The group of people that I was with when I was at the center had the most beautiful souls and were all phenomenal people. The group was made up of people from all over the world and each one had there own story to tell. The group really inspired me. I felt as if I was really connected with everyone there. If you guys are reading this, I love you all! You all played a big role in making my experience very profound.
Another really good thing I liked about Arkana was that they used other medicines along with the ayahuasca. They also included Kambo ceremonies, Nunu ceremonies and Sapo(5-MeO-DMT) ceremonies. Kambo is a traditional amazonian plant medicine used to cure a variety of illnesses and cleanse the system. I felt as if the Kambo really helped me detox my body and made my spirit strong. Nunu is a snuff that the people of South Amecia use to clear up sinuses and open up their third eye. The Nunu ceremony completely cleared my sinuses and I could definitely feel something opening up in my forehead during the ceremony. The Sapo (5-MeO-DMT) was one of the most incredible experiences of my life and I went to the source of the love within me. You can read about my experience with the Sapo medicine (5-Meo-DMT) by clicking here.
The helpers also organized a lot of events during the day. There were yoga and meditations events which I really enjoyed. Falcon, one of the helpers, organized trips to go fishing, see monkeys, trek in the jungle, go crocodile hunting and go swimming in the river. The space at Arkana was very beautiful and I felt very connected to the jungle when I was there. All these things along with the ayahuasca ceremonies made my week stay there one of the most incredible weeks of my life.
Below are my ceremony reports. I did try to remember everything that happened and write as much as could but there was so much that happened during my ceremonies, there was no way I could get it all down. There was also a lot of things that happened that I can’t really explain in words but I do my best to get the core essence of what I was going through. Ayahuasca can take you to a different reality, and when you come back to normal reality many things are difficult to conceptualize and communicate. Some stuff may be out there and may not make much sense but I am just writing what I was feeling at the time to the best of my ability.
To understand my experience in more detail, it is important to know my intentions. With ayahuasca, as I learned from my previous ayahuasca experience, the intention going into a ceremony will greatly affect the outcome. My overall intention with ayahuasca was to grow myself as a person. I felt like I did grow a lot from my last experience with ayahuasca but I did feel that there was much more room to grow. I wanted to increase my consciousness and understand more about what consciousness really was. I also felt like I could be more intuitive. I felt like I used my intellect in situations where I should have been using my intuition. I wanted to feel more and use my intuition to help me make decisions rather than using logic alone. I did have a tendency to get lost in my thoughts and I wanted to be very clear in my perception. I also wanted to see if I needed any healing and bring my body into balance.
My intention for this ceremony was to connect with La Medicine. I was feeling pretty good going into the experience. I did not have any expectations and was ready to accept whatever I had to go through. I was not nervous going into it, as opposed to my last ceremonies with ayahuasca two years ago at Nihue Rao. I think this comes from me become more accepting of life and allowing things to happen naturally, whatever it is. I was at Arkana with my cousin Selina and my brother Bikeram. This time I was not as worried about the people who came with me as much as last time because I knew that they had to go through their own journey and I really had to focus on myself. Bikeram was at Arkana a week before I arrived and he seemed to be at peace with himself. I still felt, as did others at the retreat center, that he had to open up and let go a little more. I was really happy for him that he was on his healing journey and really admired his courage to face his problems head on.
The ceremony began at 730 at night. There was three Shamans or Maestros who were facilitating the ceremony. They were Christian, Rafael, and Isabella. Sarah started off by blowing a certain smoke on us to protect us. The Shamans started off by protecting the maloka. I was feeling a little bit tired when they were doing this. After everything was set, we one by one went up to take our shot of ayahuasca. I was second, after Ahmed, to go up. Angel was the one administering the shots. He gave me a full shot and it was a lot more than was given to me at Nihue Rao. It had a very strong taste too it. Even just thinking of it makes me cringe. I went back to my bed and waited for the ceremony to start. Angel, Nidia, and Sarah blew out the candles and the Maloka went dark. It was actually pretty bright and I found that I could see relatively clearly for how dark it was.
I think it was about 15 minutes into the ceremony when I started to feel light headed. A part of me thought I was not going to feel much but after my head started to very feel light, I knew it was going to hit me hard. I started to see these patterns and it was the familiar spiral patterns I see sometimes when I am under the influence of psychedelics. They were not super vivid but nonetheless, they were still there in my awareness. I saw Mother Ayahuasca entering me. She came to me in a form that felt like a spirit. This spirit had the most beautiful square-like patterns. The patterns looked like mazes and were super intricate. They had a blue, green and white color to them. It was cool the see that. I then found myself feeling a little uncomfortable but right away I said to myself: “You are welcome here”. I really just allowed the medicine to work its magic. It was like the ayahuasca was taking over my consciousness and I just let it.
I really started to see how powerful this medicine was. It was working on my physical, mental and energetic levels. It was truly amazing to see how the medicine was able to work on multiple dimensions of my life at the same time. I am not sure what the time sequence of the events that followed are but a lot of things happened during my ceremony.
I remembered my deeper experiences at Nihue Rao. I remembered intense feelings and experiences I went through. I was not going through these exact ones, but I was remembering them more vividly as I did forget how deep they went. As I entered the realm of ayahuasca again I had this certain clarity of consciousness and clarity of my other ayahuasca experiences. This consciousness was extremely deep. It is something I find very difficult putting into words and it is something I tend to forget about in my everyday experience. I didn’t venture too deep into this area of consciousness because I felt like I went deep into this area in my last experience with ayahuasca at Nihue Roa.
I was also starting to understand what consciousness itself was. It is not at all what I think it is. It is unfathomable. In a sober state, it is difficult for me to really grasp it, but during the ceremony, I was getting many insights about how consciousness works and what it actually was. I feel like this understanding can go way deeper and I also feel that it is not something that can be explained, it can only be known by the individual. I saw that the consciousness level you were at would determine everything about your life. I saw that all the actions that the individual carried out were based on his consciousness level. A person with a higher consciousness would partake in higher consciousness activities. Higher consciousness activities are ones where there is more integrity, more health, more clarity and make sense in accordance to live life in a way to get the most out of it. Higher consciousness activities were not “better” than lower consciousness activities in any way. Higher consciousness activities just worked properly with life. I remember seeing a lot of higher consciousness values such as responsibility, humbleness, and integrity. These values if carried out would allow me to see clearly and would empower me. I also remember seeing how important it was to learn from everything that has happened. Whatever I experienced there was a lesson to be learned from it. This was a big insight that stuck with me.
I remember thinking about the things I was doing in Thailand a few months ago when I was traveling. Mostly, I was drinking alcohol and having sex with different women. As fun and okay that these experiences were, they were lower consciousness activities. I would rather find someone to share my love with rather than just having mindless sex. Just having sex is very incomplete and is without integrity. I was starting to realize in a deeper sense that making love is very different that just having sex.
I remember seeing how I really had to be okay with what stage of consciousness every person was at and I had to be okay with what stage of consciousness I was at. It is not better or worse to be at a higher or lower level of consciousness and I should not look down on people whom I think may have a lower consciousness or look up to people who have a higher consciousness level than me. Everyone is on his or her own journey and has their own understanding. It does not make sense to judge people for where they are at in their journey because eventually, everyone will reach the same place in the end.
I was seeing that the people here lived such a pure life. It was such a beautiful existence. They didn’t need much and that’s what made it beautiful. I really learned that true freedom really means that you do not need much. The quote “less is more” really resonated with me.
I could see the shamans icaros energy when they were singing. There singing was incredible and beautiful. I loved it when Christian was affirming things. It almost sounded like he was rapping. Isabella’s voice was absolutely beautiful. I was seeing their energy within me as patterns. It was really cool to see that. The patterns would change as their tone changed. The patterns were extremely detailed and intricate.
I remember seeing how important listening was and I was observing how I was actually listening. It was like my hearing was super enhanced. It felt as if the sounds my ears were hearing were not separate from me and it felt like the icaros the shamans were singing was a part of me.
I found myself questioning my belief systems and seeing what was true and what was false. It was like my thinking was changing. I was having a lot of thoughts that didn’t feel right because they were being corrected with a higher level of thinking. It was very interesting and very up and down. This went on throughout the entire night. It was like the ayahuasca was teaching me or giving me more consciousness. I found myself thinking a lot throughout the night. My body wanted to rest but my mind was still very active. This kept me from sleeping and kept me thinking about things.
At some points during the experience, I felt as if I was sober but then I would all of a sudden be back in the realm of ayahuasca. The intense effects would usually come back when the shamans started singing the icaros. The ayahuasca also lasted a long time this ceremony. I was still feeling uneasy after the ceremony ended but I was okay to get up and go for a walk and talk to people. I was good until Ravi gave me an orange and this made me feel uneasy. I went to use the washroom and I felt really sick. I started purging a lot. It was a deep purge. I also had a lot of diarrhea and I felt that the ayahuasca helped move some stuff out of my bowels that were not serving me anymore.
Overall it was an absolutely incredible experience. I feel as if I have grown a lot since the last time I experienced ayahuasca two years ago. I feel as if this growth is what helped me be so welcoming to the medicine and is what allowed me to let it work inside me. I am so grateful that I was able to heal from the medicine.
My intention for this ceremony was wisdom and guidance in my life. I felt a little unsure of what my intention was going to be for this ceremony but about an hour before I decided that wisdom and guidance in my life was an important aspect of what I came here to find. There was a little bit of fear going into the ceremony but I just let go of it and allowed it to be how it was meant to be. Before the ceremony, a snake appeared in the maloka. Christian said he was feeling that there was an unwanted energy in the maloka so he was doing extra protection. This extra protection is what caused the snake to come out from where it was hiding which made it visible. They removed the snake and then the ceremony began.
I felt the shot go down. It had a very bitter taste but it felt like the right amount. For the beginning, I sat there in a meditative pose and waited for the medicine to come. I started to feel this intense energy radiate through my body. I was seeing these intense tribal patterns. The ayahuasca came to me in a different form than the previous night. There was a lot of red and green compared to my first ceremony which was a lot more blue, white and green. I felt the medicine surging through my body. It was really intense. I was really present of my body. I sat here for a while and let the medicine work. I was listening to the icaros and it was very beautiful. I am not sure how long the intense feeling in my body lasted but I started to feel really clear.
I remember thinking about whether I was taking the right path in life. I realized that the right path is something where I give love. If I give love it is something I should do and if I do not give love it is something I shouldn’t do. It was a very simple and powerful lesson. I realized that by all means I should not do things for money. This will lead me to a miserable life. I learned I needed to do things that bring out the love in me and the love in others.
I was questioning whether my projects and endeavors I was working on in my daily life was a good thing for me to be doing. I saw that as long as I did it with love it was okay. I saw that even though the world of business may have some negative and manipulative aspects to it, I didn’t have to participate in that part of it. In fact, if I did participate in that side, I would most likely be unsuccessful and unhappy.
I wanted to find a way of assessing things in the present moment rather than being limited to things that happened in the past and letting the past influence my decisions in the future. This is when my perception started to get extremely clear. I found this deep clarity within me and knew that this clarity was going to be with me to help me make decisions in the future. Clarity was the answer I was looking for to help me find the guidance I needed in my everyday life. This clarity felt extremely good.
I remember the icaros being extremely beautiful. Sarah started singing her icaros and it was so beautiful. Pure love was just emanating from her and it is just completely melted my heart. It was an incredible experience. My personal icaros with Isabella was absolutely fantastic as well. I felt her voice radiating through my body. I felt her healing the stomach problem that I was having for the past few days. It was incredible and I was so grateful to her.
I remember I was in the washroom and I looked at my hands. It looked like I was seeing my hands for the first time. It was absolutely incredible. I could really feel my hands and feel my body. I felt deeply grounded in my body. It was like a green energy was radiating from my body out through my hands and feet. It was the most amazing feeling. It felt like I was a new born baby exploring my body for the first time.
I remember thinking about what my intentions were going to be for my next ceremony. I knew that I need to listen to what was going on around me and within me properly. I found my thoughts dominating my experience too much and they were making me feel irritable and restless. I found that I needed to feel more instead of thinking too much. Every time I was trying to feel my breath, my thoughts crept in unconsciously and I was back to thinking about things again. I remember thinking about how my intellect was dominating my experience of life too much and the overuse of the intellect was not necessary. I found that the way to help me feel more was to be silent and listen. This is why I chose “Listening” to be my intention for my next ceremony.
I saw this vision of a tarantula come into my awareness. It was very odd and there was a spectrum of colors but somehow I knew it was a tarantula. I did not understand what this meant. (This was very weird because a day after this ceremony I saw massive tarantula in the washroom I was in. When I told the shaman this, he said that the tarantula was symbol that I had to integrate what I learned from Arkana into my everyday experience. He also said I was connected to some old wisdom.)
I also was feeling a lot of volatility in my body. This was happening to me near the end and after the ceremony. I was not sure why I was feeling this way and I think it was because my ego was trying to come back. It eventually settled down but I was still finding it very hard to sleep. I remember it started to get cold and after I put my sweater on I completely knocked out and all of a sudden it was morning.
I was feeling really good going into this ceremony after my 5-MeO-DMT experience which was just absolutely pure love. My intention for this ceremony was to listen. I felt as if during the previous nights I was getting too caught up in the chatter in my mind. This made it difficult for me to sleep, even though I was tired, and was taking me out of the present moment. As the ceremony was getting closer to starting, I was getting more and more tired. At the beginning of the experience, I did not feel much. I was just really tired and I almost fell asleep. I thought this experience was going to be very mild and I was just going to chill out and sleep. I was very wrong. About halfway into the ceremony, I started feeling the effects more. It was hard to tell when exactly it was getting more and more intense because I kept drifting in and out of it. It was a very odd way the ayahuasca came to me. In my previous ceremonies, it would be a lot stronger in the beginning and then settle down as the ceremony continued. This time it was very mixed. It was a different vibe. I think this may have been due to my 5-MeO-DMT experience earlier on in the day.
I remember when the sound bowls were playing I was feeling very uneasy. I spent a lot of time in the washroom and had a lot of diarrhea. I was also dry heaving a lot. It was tough to go through and it took a while to get all the bad energy that was not serving me out of my body.
I remember the seeing this insect. It was very odd and I do not understand what it meant. It was like there was a type of formless energy and this insect was crawling around in it. It was very weird and I am not sure of what to make of it. I think it did have something to do with how my mind was working.
The icaros was really beautiful. I remember Angel playing the ukulele and it was such an upbeat and joyous energy. That was a very memorable moment during my stay at Arkana. Rafael was singing a song and was chanting “Ayahuasca”. It made me really connect with the journey we were all going on. It was like Rafael was saying through his song that there are hard parts in life but they are okay because they lead to the most amazing things. It was a truly beautiful tune. It is something I will remember forever.
Wow! What an incredible ceremony. My intention for this ceremony was to have a good ceremony with lots of love. At the beginning of the ceremony, I was feeling tired. As the shamans were protecting the maloka, I was having difficulty keeping my eyes open. I took the same dose as I had every night. It felt right for me to do this. The ceremony started and I remember sitting up and feeling the effects come to me. It started with me thinking about the shirt I was wearing. I loved this shirt and I thought it looked really good on me. I got lots of compliments on it as well. I remember that I seconded guessed myself as I was choosing wear this shirt. I felt like there was some insecurity about wearing this shirt but in the end, I ended up wearing it.
As the ayahuasca was getting more and more intense I felt this strong presence wanted to me to take my shirt off. I didn’t want to do this but the more and more I ignored it and tried to focus on something else the more uncomfortable it was getting. It was very odd. I eventually complied, feeling a little embarrassed and took it off. Then immediately there a strong presence told me to take off my pants as well. I just did it and felt even more embarrassed. Then it was telling me I had to throw out all my clothes. I really didn’t want to do this. It told me I have to give them all up. I knew that I could have them back after but right now I had to give them up fully in a spiritual sense. I really did not want to do this. I was resisting a lot and it was a struggle for me, but eventually, I just gave up.
I remember having a vision of myself throwing out my suitcase. It was very difficult for me to get to this point and I was learning a lot about what it meant to give up something that was very close to me. I felt like this was a metaphor showing me how my attachments affect my life. These attachments were holding me back from living life to its fullest. They were putting limitations on me. They were creating negative feelings in me. It was extremely difficult to let these things go. But once I fully let go of my clothes, the ayahuasca was able to fully heal me. I remember feeling so protected. I saw these higher energies were always looking after me no matter what. I felt so much love and protection from the jungle. It was like I was a baby in a crib being nurtured by the spirits of the jungle. It made me feel very secure.
I remember thinking of the things I did in Thailand. The sex and alcohol put a lot of bad energy inside me. I was acting very unconsciously during this time and it definitely had an impact on me. I had a lot of bad energy stored in my body because of some of these experiences. Ayahuasca was cleaning me of this. I didn’t want to have sex mindlessly anymore and saw how this could only lead to more problems. I was so thankful for ayahuasca that she could clean me of this and I definitely needed the cleaning. I was so grateful to the Kambo ceremony I had in the morning before the ceremony because this definitely helped clean this bad energy out of me as well. My ignorance really frightened me. I am so thankful for ayahuasca for showing me this and cleaning me of this.
I saw that I had to get a tattoo on my chest and a tattoo on my back. The one on my chest was to be “Live in the Moment” across the left part of my chest. This was to represent my Sapo ceremony. It was to remind me of love and to remind me to ground myself in the present moment. It was the left part of the chest because this where my heart was and it would be clearly visible to remind me of what I learned. The main lesson I learned from my Sapo ceremony was that if I lived in the moment, my life would be full of love. My Sapo ceremony was so impactful and I felt the need to tattoo the lesson on my body. I also saw that I need to get the owl tattoo on my back that I have been hesitating to get. I saw what I need to get and I was going to work on drawing it. I saw I also needed the courage to carry it out. I was feeling insecure a little bit about what people would think but eventually, I let this go and knew that I was going to get it done.
I was feeling a lot of spiritual discomfort in my leg. This was happening throughout all my ceremonies and was happening to me last time at my ceremonies in Nihue Rao. I saw that the metal rod in my leg was causing me this. I felt I just had to accept it the way it was. If I could just accept my leg how it was, it would stop bothering me. I saw that whenever this spiritual discomfort feeling came up, it meant I needed to accept more. I knew I had to bring my acceptance of everything has happened and will happen deeper.
When I went up for my personal icaros near the end of the ceremony. I was a little embarrassed because I was still in my boxers. I remember that this was a lesson to be vulnerable. I saw how vulnerability was a good value to have in certain situations. I thought the shamans were going to laugh but never did. Isabella sang the most beautiful icaros and I could feel her blessings. I was trying to match my breath with hers to connect with her further. I was so grateful for her icaros and it was absolutely beautiful.
I was thinking about what Christian said to me earlier about old wisdom. When I told him about my vision of the fox from my last experience with ayahuasca at Nihue Roa and the vision of the tarantula, he told me that I was connected with some old wisdom. I saw this wisdom opening up to me. I remember thinking that I was not ready to understand this or I was too scared to see what this was so I didn’t want to go through this during this ceremony. This eventually faded and this wisdom opened up to me. It was some sort of higher consciousness with a lot of animal spirits. I didn’t really understand it much and felt like I was just scratching the surface. I saw that if I was to come back and do ayahuasca again that I would learn more about this knowledge. I also felt that I was very wise and that I should share this wisdom with people when the time was right. I also saw how I was going to grow into a wise person because when I got back home I was going to practice living a wiser life. I saw that I need to continue doing my yoga practices and include a meditation practice before I went to bed. I also needed to make sure I was taking proper action with little things because I knew the little things are what make the difference.
Overall this ceremony really connected the dots with all my other ceremonies and my whole experience at Arkana. I knew why I was going through what I was going through and everything connected really well. It was an absolutely incredible experience and ayahuasca has never come to me like that before. I remember I walked around the center in my boxer shorts in the morning. I felt really connected to the jungle and knew I was going to miss it. I knew I would be back at Arkana in the future because this place was so full of love and I am so thankful for the lessons I learned over the past week.
How Life changed
Many things changed for me after my experience at Arkana. I really did feel as if I got what I needed out of this experience. I noticed I was more loving when I got back and I was less afraid to express my love for people. It was very odd because many things felt the same but there were tiny, subtle differences in my experience. I know that these subtle differences were going to add up over time to make a huge impact in the course of my life. The reason I know this is because if I look back two years ago after my last ayahuasca experience, so many things changed over that two years but I didn’t really grasp how much of an impact that experience had on me until I looked back and self-reflected on how I changed after.
I also felt as if I became more grounded in my body. I realized that in order to feel more, I need to be present in my body, because feeling does not happen in the brain, it happens throughout my entire body. I realized that if I just listened to my body, I would be more connected to my intuitive side. I felt a lot more clear when I came back. It was like a lot of the clutter from my mind was gone and I could see reality very clearly. I feel like I can listen to my heart much more clearly as well. I also feel really mellowed out and easy going. For those of you who know me, know that I am already a pretty easy going person and may be thinking how is it possible for me to be even more calm, but the calmness within me went deeper. I know that this calmness can still go deeper if I live the right lifestyle and work on growing it within me. I have also noticed that my spiritual practices take me way deeper. For example, when I do yoga or meditation I can really let go and let the practice take me deep into myself.
Overall I am so grateful that I was able to have this experience. I cannot thank the people who created and facilitate the retreat center enough. All though, my experience was rough at times and there were enormous difficulties I had to overcome, I was able to get so much out of it. All the struggles and tough moments are what made my experience so great in the end and are what taught me the lessons I needed to learn to move forward with my life. My time at Arkana was definitely one of the most profound experiences of my life and I know I will be back sometime in the future. It is funny because sometimes I think I know what I got out my experience at Arkana, but as I continue to live my day to day life, I learn that I got much more than I could ever imagine.
Learn from every Experience !
If you ever want to talk to me about your experiences with psychedelics and amazonian plant medicines or have any questions for me, feel free to send me a message through Instagram or Facebook.
Check out my book “Trip to the Infinite – The Ayahuasca Experience” available on amazon.com to learn more about what ayahuasca is; how it affects your mind, body and soul; my detailed ceremony reports explaining what exactly happened to me during each of my ceremonies at Nihue Roa and the ways in which I transformed afterwards. I also included some ways to prepare if you are looking to have an ayahuasca experience of your own.
Check out my website at: asahota.com for more blog post, access to my book, pictures, wisdom and much more.
Follow me on Instagram at: amar.sahota95
Please like and share this post with a friend.