Ayahuasca retreat, San Pedro & shamanic dieta apprenticeship

In the heart of the Amazon rainforest of Peru, near Iquitos
Master shaman Don Sixto blowing Mapacho smoke to a Pucuna caspi teacher tree.

Master shaman Don Sixto ritually offering Mapacho smoke to a Pucuna caspi teacher tree

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Download our FREE PDF Programmes for the:

• “SHAMANIC PLANT DIETA APPRENTICESHIP” retreat (3 Months/91 Days)

• “SHAMANIC DIETA WITH MASTER TREES” (45 Days)

• “SHAMANIC PLANT DIETA WITH TOÈ” (31 Days)

 

Master shaman Don Guido, by a Renaco Renaquilla teacher tree.

Don Guido performing a shamanic ritual with a Renaco Renaquilla teacher tree, in the jungle surrounding our centre, in the Amazon rainforest of Peru, near Iquitos

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Don Guido, Maestro. A true master and teacher. I came here to find out if the medicine path was my calling. Indeed it is, and I found my teacher. Don Guido is an artist, truly amazing. I found out through him that to be a good shaman you need a pure heart and he has that. He is so connected to the trees and plants. He is two steps ahead all the time. He is Ayahuasca and Ayahuasca is him. […] By coming here you can not only heal yourself but your ancestors and the future generations to come.” Read more…

Daniel MacDonnell Schmidt, DENMARK

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Ayahuasca, San Pedro, shamanic dieta and shamanic apprenticeship retreats

Our Ayahuasca, San Pedro, shamanic plant dieta and shamanic apprenticeship retreat venue is fully immersed in 70 hectares (nearly 173 acres) of privately-owned Amazon rainforest, on the edges of the Allpahuayo Mishana Natural Reserve, near the jungle town of Iquitos (Peru). We offer international participants the opportunity to take part in ancestral indigenous shamanic practices, where one may experience – in a very friendly, safe, hospitable and supportive, family-like environment – several types of plant teachers-based shamanic retreats, all facilitated in English and Spanish by our invaluable friend Clever Hoyos Rengifo, who has actively co-operated with El Mundo Magico in Peru, since the year 2003.

 

Ayahuasca brew cooking over a traditional wood fire. Photo: C. Hoyos

Ayahuasca brew cooking over a traditional wood fire

The Ayahuasca retreat: what is this good for?

The Ayahuasca retreat in the jungle is indicated as an inner vision quest journey in the wilderness, to stimulate creativity and inner growth, to find one’s direction, path and purpose in life, to heal from trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, addiction, bewilderment and the loss of a loved one. It is also indicated for shamanic journeying and as a soul retrieval therapy.

The Ayahuasca retreat. Explore more and see what is included here...

The Ayahuasca retreat begins on Mondays. It can be 1 to 3 weeks in length (longer periods may be agreed upon). It includes 5 Ayahuasca ceremonies (per week), 3 rituals with palos maestros and with an ancient grandmother wild ayahuasca vine in the jungle (per week), 2 rituals of spiritual purification (per week), 1 Toé dream journey (per week), and 1 Camalonga dream ritual (per week).

It has a flexible diet where fish, chicken, fruit, vegetables, potatoes, rice, salt and sugar are allowed. It includes 5 Ayahuasca ceremonies (per week), Toé rituals (once a week), cleansing ritual baths, rituals with master trees in the jungle (twice a week), smudging rituals for spiritual purification (twice a week), and Camalonga rituals (once a week). Choose any length of time between 1 week and 3 weeks/22 days. The Ayahuasca retreat is suitable for vegans, vegetarians and non-vegan/vegetarians alike. Please allow enough time to fit 5 Ayahuasca ceremonies, 1 Toé and 1 Camalonga dream rituals per week during your staying. A one week Ayahuasca retreat is made of 8 days/7 nights, and it completes on the morning of day 8, after breakfast.

Our Ayahuasca retreat, typically includes:

  • Initial briefing and private consultation with the shaman.
  • Ayahuasca diet (little to no salt, sugar, fat and oil; no chili, spices, alcohol, pork, red meat or fried food are allowed; chicken, fish, eggs, onions, garlic, potatoes, carrots, vegetables, coconut water, salad and some fruits are allowed).
  • 5 Ayahuasca ceremonies per week, at night, at 9 PM. On a voluntary basis of participation and subject to your health status.
  • 1 Toé Dream ritual per week (ritually smoking with the shaman the dry, rolled leaves of the Brugmansia suaveolens plant), at night; (guests doing the 13 weeks/91 days shamanic apprenticeship may also take – subject to the shaman approval and supervision – the powerful freshly squeezed Toé juice in ceremony, once a month).
  • Watch and learn how the Ayahuasca brew is prepared.
  • Jungle hikes with the shaman and/or the jungle guide, to get to know the countless medicinal plants, teacher plants and master trees in the rainforest surrounding the centre.
  • 2 rituals with palos maestros (master trees) and 1 ritual with an ancient, wild grandmother ayahuasca vine (per week), with the shaman, in the jungle.
  • 2 cleansing ritual baths per week, with the leaves of different plant teachers like Albaquilla, Albaca, Canelilla, Oriso, Shinguri sacha, Lengua de perro, Planta del Iman, Shara masho, etc.
  • 1 ritual flowering bath, towards the end of the retreat, traditionally prepared in the Peruvian Amazon to attract good luck, prosperity, love and friendship in one’s life.
  • 2 rituals of spiritual purification, per week (include smudging with Palo Santo). Some or all of the following may be used by the shaman for smudging: the wood of Palo Santo (“Holy Wood”, botanical name Bursera graveolens, a mystical, wild tree related to Frankincense, Copal and Myrrh), the wood of Palo sangre (Brosimum rubescens), the leaves of ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis sp.), Chacruna (Psychotria viridis), Limón (Citrus aurantifolia), Achiote (Bixa orellana), Mucura (Petiveria alliacea) and Clavohuasca (Tynanthus panurensis), with the addition of the shell of Ajos macho (single clove ‘male’ garlic from the Sierra of Peru).
  • 1 Camalonga dream ceremony per week, at 9 PM.
  • Complimentary on-site facilitator & interpreter Spanish-English.

Programme may vary from case to case, according to the shaman’s assessment of your individual physical, mental, emotional and spiritual circumstances.

Ayahuasca Retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

Ayahuasca preparation! Guest pounding Cielo ayahuasca vine cuts, supervised by Shipibo Maestro Ronel.

Ayahuasca preparation! Guest pounding Cielo ayahuasca vine cuts, supervised by Shipibo Maestro Ronel

Several different types of plant teachers-based shamanic retreats
Choose to take part to:
  • Our intensive Ayahuasca retreat: FIVE ceremonies per week with Ayahuasca, the visionary “Vine of the Soul”. Complemented by two dream rituals at night, with the magical Camalonga and the plant teacher Toé (Brugmansia sp.). And a lot more… The Ayahuasca retreat is usually 1-3 weeks long.

 

Harvesting-Chaliponga-(Diplopterys-cabrerana)-in-the-jungle-in-preparation-of-the-Ayahuasca-brew

Harvesting Chagropanga (Diplopterys cabrerana) in the rainforest, in preparation of the Ayahuasca brew

 

  • Harvest Chagropanga leaves (also known as Chagro, or Chaliponga – Diplopterys cabrerana) in the jungle, the powerful companion ingredient to the Cielo ayahuasca vine cuts, in preparation of the Ayahuasca brew.

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Shipibo Maestro Ronel, pounding Cielo ayahuasca vine cuts in preparation of the Ayahuasca brew

Shipibo Maestro Ronel, pounding Cielo ayahuasca vine cuts in preparation of the Ayahuasca brew

 

  • Prepare and pound the Cielo ayahuasca vine cuts, to be used in the making of the Ayahuasca concoction.

 

San Pedro cactus preparation, in the jungle!

San Pedro cactus preparation, in our centre in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest!

 

  • Optional ceremonies with San Pedro (Huachuma) the famed “Cactus of the Four Winds” (Echinopsis pachanoi), to complement your Ayahuasca, shamanic plant diet, or shamanic apprenticeship retreat. With either Shipibo Maestra Celia Panduro, or with Shipibo Maestro Ronel Chavez Isaman and his Shipibo wife Mariluz.

 

San Pedro (Echinopsis pachanoi, syn. Trichocereus pachanoi) ceremony with Shipibo Maestra Celia, in our centre in the jungle near Iquitos.

San Pedro/Huachuma ceremony, with Shipibo Maestra Celia Panduro

 

  • Our intensive San Pedro retreat, with FOUR San Pedro rituals, TWO Ayahuasca ceremonies, ONE Camalonga (Thevetia peruviana) and ONE Toé (Brugmansia sp.) ritual (8 days/7 nights).

 

Sliced cubes of San Pedro cactus (Echinopsis pachanoi), ready to be cooked, to obtain the San Pedro brew to be drank in ceremony at night.

Sliced cubes of San Pedro cactus (Echinopsis pachanoi), ready to be cooked, to obtain the San Pedro brew to be drank in ceremony at night

 

  • The shamanic plant diet tester, or pre-dieta. With THREE Ayahuasca ceremonies, TWO Camalonga (Thevetia peruviana) and THREE Toé (Brugmansia sp.) ceremonies per week. (From 8 days, onward).
  • The shamanic diet with a single master plant, vine or tree, like Ayahuasca (8-91 days), Toé (10-60 days), Tobacco (8-15 days), Camalonga (30 days), or any individual master tree like Ayahuma, Chullachaqui caspi, Remocaspi, etc. (30 days, each). With THREE Ayahuasca ceremonies (TWO with Don Sixto), TWO Camalonga (Thevetia peruviana) and THREE Toé (Brugmansia sp.) rituals per week. PLEASE NOTE: The Ayahuasca and Toé diet have a different set-up than the diet with any other teacher plant, vine or master tree. Please inquire for details.
  • The shamanic diet with Master trees (45 days), taking an ultra-concentrated brew prepared with twenty-eight different varieties of master trees, at once.
  • The shamanic apprenticeship, dieting with sacred master plants and trees. Includes – among many more things – THREE Ayahuasca rituals, TWO Camalonga (Thevetia peruviana) and THREE Toé (Brugmansia sp.) night ceremonies per week. (Minimum 13 weeks/91 days – Maximum 26 weeks/182 days). Sign-up to download the FREE PDF programme for 3 months/13 weeks “Shamanic plant diet apprenticeship” training, in Peru. See below what is included in the shamanic plant diet.
    Learn more about the shamanic diet...
    Choose the traditional style of shamanic training – dieting with one master tree at a time, for 1 month each – or follow the intensive style of diet with 28 master trees at once, in cycles of 45 days each. This second style of the diet apprenticeship will accelerate dramatically one’s learning process. The palero shamans we work with maintain that by dieting with 28 master trees at once, one may learn the equivalent of what otherwise would take twice as much time with the traditional diet (dieting a plant/master tree at a time). So, if one opts for the 45 days training, dieting with 28 palos maestros at once, that would be the equivalent of dieting with 3 master trees for 3 months/91 days. Conversely, if one were to follow this diet style for the 3 months apprenticeship, one would be learning the equivalent of what would otherwise take 6 months training, dieting with an individual master tree each month. This as far as the teachings of the master trees are concerned.

 

Ayahuasca ceremony with master shaman, maestro palero Don Guido Tuesta Torres. Photo: C. Hoyos

Ayahuasca ceremony with master shaman, Maestro Palero Don Guido

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All retreat types include – in different ways – the participation to Ayahuasca ceremonies, Toé and Camalonga dream rituals, under the expert guidance of distinguished master shamans Don Guido or Don Sixto, who alternate and offer their healing services in the venue, assisted by our invaluable Clever Hoyos, who tirelessly acts as local facilitator and interpreter Spanish-English at the retreat. The San Pedro ceremonies and the San Pedro retreat will be instead with Shipibo Maestra Celia, her assistant and Don Guido.

Retreat price, reservation and bookings

Bungalow in the Ayahuma venue.

Bungalow in the Ayahuma retreat venue

Accommodation

In our family-ran, ultra friendly space, international participants may relax in absolute safety and tranquillity, in comfortable, spacious (single, double/triple bungalows), each approximately 30 to 36 square metres in size. No dormitory-style accommodation. Standing availability, individual participants may have a whole private bungalow for themselves, at no extra price, exception made for private retreats. Learn more about accommodation in our retreat centre here.

Bungalow at the retreat.

Bungalow at the retreat

Couples, and couple of friends may share the same bungalow, sleeping in separate beds or – if required – in double beds. Each bungalow has an en-suite bathroom attached, with toilet, shower and washbasin.

Shamanic Retreats: Price, Reservation and Booking

Sacred San Pedro (Huachuma) ceremony

Sacred San Pedro (Huachuma) ceremony

The San Pedro retreat

San Pedro – the renowned “cactus of the four winds” – is an ancient, most sacred plant in Peru. The experience of San Pedro – like the Ayahuasca one – is indicated as an inner vision quest journey, to stimulate creativity and inner growth, to seek answers, for one’s own personal healing and to find one’s direction, path and purpose in life. Like Ayahuasca, San Pedro can be very useful in treating depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and alcohol additions. Despite being very different from each other, San Pedro and Ayahuasca ceremonies are conducted in a very similar fashion in the Peruvian Amazon (even though it’s a completely different story in the Coast and Highlands of Peru).

San Pedro (Huachuma) ceremony with Shipibo Maestra Celia

Whilst Ayahuasca uproots and takes one to the remote corners of the galaxy, and illuminates one with the light of darkness, showing endless chains of polyhedric realities interweaving with each other, San Pedro has instead an earthly, masculine, grounding energy. With Ayahuasca one may journey to the most remote areas of the universe, witness worlds upon worlds and an unfolding cycle of never completely revealed mysteries, whilst San Pedro makes one vigilant, alert, conscious of the surroundings, and – in a status of enhanced perception – one may experience a profound connection with the jungle, the animals there, fellow humans, and the inter-connectedness of all living beings. Learn more on the San Pedro here.

San Pedro ceremony at night, in our retreat centre, in the Peruvian Amazon

San Pedro ceremony at night, in our retreat centre, in the Peruvian Amazon: serving the San Pedro brew

San Pedro Ceremony & San Pedro Retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

San Pedro retreat. Explore more and see what is included here...

The 8 days/7 nights San Pedro retreat begins on Mondays and includes: 4 San Pedro ceremonies (at night), 2 Ayahuasca ceremonies (at night), 3 rituals with palos maestros and with an ancient grandmother wild ayahuasca vine in the jungle (in the morning, or in the afternoon), 2 rituals of spiritual purification and smudging with Palo Santo (in the late afternoon/early evening), 1 Camalonga dream ritual (at night) and finally, 1 Toé ritual, smoking in ceremony (at night) the Toé with the shaman.

On the first and sixth retreat night there will be an Ayahuasca ceremony (on the nights of Day 1 and Day 6), in between the two Ayahuasca ceremonies there will be four San Pedro ceremonies (on the nights of Day 2, Day 3, Day 4 and Day 5), whilst on the seventh night there will be a Camalonga dream ritual (first), followed by a Toé ritual (after). The San Pedro cactus we use at the retreat is freshly sourced from the Peruvian coast (not being a native plant of the Amazon), and air freighted to Iquitos.

This retreat has a flexible diet where fish, chicken, fruit, vegetables, potatoes, rice, salt and sugar, and most food compatible with Ayahuasca will be allowed. The San Pedro retreat is suitable for vegans, vegetarians and non-vegan/non-vegetarians alike. Please allow enough time to fit in 4 San Pedro, 2 Ayahuasca, 1 Camalonga and 1 Toé night ceremonies during your 8 days staying. The San Pedro retreat ends on the morning of Day 8, after breakfast.

 

"Preparing" the medicine of the diet. Photo courtesy: C. Hoyos

Don Sixto “preparing” the Camalonga brew to be drank

Plant Diet testers, or Pre-Dieta.

The pre-Dieta (or plant diet tester) retreat starts from an absolute minimum of 7-8 days, is generally done for a few weeks (depending on the type of plant teacher, vine or master tree one wishes to diet with), and begins on Mondays. It is pretty flexible in terms of food restrictions, and is suitable to everybody who can do an Ayahuasca retreat but would like to have a taste of the shamanic plant diet proper, in the wilderness of the Amazon jungle.

Shamanic Plant Diet Retreat tester (pre-Dieta): Price, Reservation and Booking

Master shaman Don Guido drinking Camalonga before an Ayahuasca ceremony. Photo: C. Hoyos.

Master shaman Don Guido drinking the Camalonga brew, before the beginning of the Ayahuasca ceremony, to enhance the power of vision and for divination

 

The pre-Dieta retreat. Explore more and see what is included here...

The pre-Dieta (plant diet tester), typically includes:

  • Initial briefing and private consultation with the shaman.
  • Shamanic plant diet testers or “pre-Dieta” with a more flexible approach than the traditional strict diet (yet, still no salt, sugar, fat, alcohol, tea, coffee, oil, chilli, spices, pork, fried food, chicken or red meat for the first 9 days of diet; chicken, eggs, onions, garlic and potatoes may be allowed after the initial 9 days; limited interaction with people except staff; no sex). Food allowed in the diet will be essentially a type of fish called Boquichico, roasted green plantains, rice pudding (unsweetened) and porridge (unsalted). Don Guido also allows rice, salad and vegetables (all unseasoned) in the diet, at any point.
  • Diet with individual master trees, or plant teachers (with Don Guido).
  • 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies (per week) with Don Guido – usually on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. On a voluntary basis of participation and subject to your health status.
  • 2 Camalonga dream rituals (per week), at night;
  • 3 Toé Dream rituals per week, a night ritual with the “Brugmansia suaveolens” plant teacher, ceremonially smoking its dry rolled leaves, with the shaman; (guests doing the 13 weeks/91 days shamanic apprenticeship may also take – subject to the shaman approval and supervision – the powerful freshly squeezed Toé juice in ceremony, once a month).
  • Learn how to prepare Ayahuasca.
  • Jungle hikes with shaman and guide, to get to know the medicinal plants, teacher plants and master trees in the surrounding rainforest.
  • 2 rituals with palos maestros (master trees) and 1 ritual with an ancient, wild, grandmother ayahuasca vine, per week, with the shaman, in the jungle.
  • 2 rituals of spiritual purification, per week (include smudging with Palo Santo). Some or all of the following may be used by the shaman for smudging: the wood of Palo Santo (“Holy Wood”, botanical name Bursera graveolens, a mystical, wild tree related to Frankincense, Copal and Myrrh), the wood of Palo sangre (Brosimum rubescens), the leaves of ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis sp.), Chacruna (Psychotria viridis), Limón (Citrus aurantifolia), Achiote (Bixa orellana), Mucura (Petiveria alliacea) and Clavohuasca (Tynanthus panurensis), with the addition of the shell of Ajos macho (single clove ‘male’ garlic from the Sierra of Peru).
  • 3 cleansing ritual baths in the first week, with the leaves of different plant teachers like Albaquilla, Albaca, Canelilla, Oriso, Shinguri sacha, Lengua de perro, Planta del Iman, Shara masho, etc.
  • 1 ritual flourishing bath, towards the end of the plant diet, with different types of flowers of plant teachers. Traditionally prepared to attract good luck, prosperity, love and friendship in one’s life.
  • Complimentary on-site facilitator & interpreter Spanish-English.

Programme may vary from case to case, according to the shaman’s assessment of your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual circumstances. The pre-diet is suitable for vegans and vegetarians alike.

Shamanic Plant Diet Retreat tester (pre-Dieta): Price, Reservation and Booking

Camalonga diet (30 days) and types of Camalonga brews

The second type of shamanic diet we offer is the 30 days Camalonga diet, exclusively with Don Guido.

 Daytime Camalonga ritual. Drinking a cup of Camalonga tea, by a Master tree, in the jungle. Photo: Trenton Doyle.

Daytime Camalonga ritual. Drinking a cup of Camalonga tea, by a Master tree, in the jungle. Photo courtesy: Trenton Doyle

The Camalonga diet. Explore more and see what is included here...

The tea for the Camalonga shamanic diet is prepared by the shaman by first scraping Camalonga seeds (1 ‘male’ and 1 ‘female’) to remove the shell, then completely grinding the core of the stone and leaving it to macerate outdoors in clean water (better if rainfall water from the rainforest) for the whole of the following day. 24 hours after the maceration, the brew is filtered and ready to be drunk. It has a pretty bitter taste and is stronger than the brew prepared with the whole, unshelled seeds left in alcohol infusion. Past 48 hours from drinking the Camalonga tea, a dietero (male apprentice) or dietera (female apprentice) may continue the cycle of the diet by taking part to 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies and 3 Toè dream rituals per week (the Toè cannot be drunk when doing the Camalonga diet, it can only be smoked). In terms of dietary prescriptions/requirements, these will be the same as the shamanic healing diet with Master trees, or the shamanic apprenticeship via the plant teachers diet. No dinner on the night of the ceremony and no breakfast the day after the ritual. Allowed food: roasted/grilled fish, roasted/grilled green plantains, unsweetened rice pudding, coconut water, porridge, vegetables and salad (all unseasoned, with no salt or oil).

Camalonga brew in a jar, in sugar cane spirit infusion (centre), alongside Ayahuasca (right), and Palo Santo wood incense (left).

Camalonga brew in a jar, in sugar cane spirit infusion (centre), alongside Ayahuasca brew (right), and Palo Santo wood incense (left)

The second type of Camalonga beverage is used by the shaman as personal aid in a diagnostics or a healing, to enhance the visionary and divinatory experience during an Ayahuasca ceremony. It is also served during the Camalonga ceremonies exclusively as part of the Ayahuasca retreat. This is prepared by Don Guido by leaving in infusion in a glass jar, in aguardiente (sugar cane spirit), 32 Camalonga seeds (16 ‘male’ and 16 ‘female’ coupled seeds) alongside one ‘male’ and one ‘female’ bulb of Ajos de la sierra (garlic from the sierra of Peru, not to be confused with normal, domestic garlic) and camphor (Alcanfor), among other ingredients. The seeds are left whole, unscraped and unground, left to macerate indefinitely. The brew is left unfiltered, with all the ingredients left to rest in a glass bottle. Drinking the alcohol-based Camalonga brew does not require a diet other than the Ayahuasca diet itself and can be drank 24 hours before or after an Ayahuasca ceremony.

Camalonga seeds (paired 'male' and 'female' ones). Photo: F. Sammarco

Camalonga seeds (paired ‘male’ and ‘female’ ones). Photo © El Mundo Magico

The Camalonga dieta retreat typically includes:

 

  • Initial briefing and private consultation with the shaman.
  • 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies (per week): on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
  • 3 Toé Dream ceremonies (per week), led by the shaman; (guests doing the 13 weeks/91 days shamanic apprenticeship may also take – subject to the shaman approval and supervision – the powerful freshly squeezed Toé juice in ceremony, once a month).
  • Ritual cleansing and flourishing baths, with either fresh or cooked plant teachers;
  • 2 Camalonga dream rituals per week, at night, led by the shaman;
  • 2 rituals of spiritual purification, per week (include smudging with Palo Santo). Some or all of the following may be used by the shaman for smudging: the wood of Palo Santo (“Holy Wood”, botanical name Bursera graveolens, a mystical, wild tree related to Frankincense, Copal and Myrrh), the wood of Palo sangre (Brosimum rubescens), the leaves of ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis sp.), Chacruna (Psychotria viridis), Limón (Citrus aurantifolia), Achiote (Bixa orellana), Mucura (Petiveria alliacea) and Clavohuasca (Tynanthus panurensis), with the addition of the shell of Ajos macho (single clove ‘male’ garlic from the Sierra of Peru).
  • 2 rituals with palos maestros (master trees) and 1 ritual with a giant and wild grandmother ayahuasca vine, per week, with the shaman, in the jungle.

Camalonga Diet Retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

"Preparing" with icaros and Mapacho smoke the Camalonga tea to be drunk, in front of a Chullachaki caspi teacher tree. Photo courtesy: C. Hoyos

“Preparing” – with icaros and Mapacho smoke – the Camalonga tea to be drunk

The Camalonga Dream ritual

The Camalonga dream ritual consists in drinking – either during a day light ceremony in front of a teacher tree in the jungle, or else, during a night ceremony, with the shaman (starting around 9:00 PM and lasting between 2 and 3 hours) – an infusion of the seeds of the Camalonga tree, to stimulate lucid dreaming, enhance the power of divination and knowledge, and favour mental clarity.

The Camalonga dream ritual. Explore more here...

During the gentle intoxication with Camalonga one may feel more relaxed, receive visions, answers and messages from the Spirit world which may continue in dreaming, after going to bed, when the actual ceremony is finished. The experience is milder than the Ayahuasca one and – when the ceremony is held at night – the settings are very much similar to those of the Ayahuasca ceremony, with the shaman singing his icaros and calling the spirits, in almost complete darkness.

We now offer Camalonga rituals during all types of retreats, being these Ayahuasca, pre-diet/plant diet testers, Camalonga, shamanic healing diet, or shamanic apprenticeship retreats. No special diet provisions for the Camalonga ritual will be required from participants who are already following the shamanic diet. Please allow enough time for your staying, to accommodate 5 Ayahuasca ceremonies per week, the Toé ritual-s, and the Camalonga session-s. Generally speaking, one may take part to one Camalonga dream ceremony per week in the course of the Ayahuasca retreat, and to two Camalonga rituals per week during all types of plant diet retreats.

Offering Mapacho smoke to the Renaco teacher tree. Photo: C. Hoyos

Offering Mapacho smoke to the Renaco teacher tree

Shamanic Healing Diet with Master trees (cycles of 45 days each)

The third type of shamanic plant diet retreat we offer is the Shamanic Diet with Master trees. This is done during cycles of 45 days, with two slightly different paths to follow. One is with Don Sixto, who follows a very rigorous and strict diet, the other with Don Guido, more flexible and more suitable to Western people.

45 Days Shamanic Diet with Master Trees Retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

The 45 days shamanic diet. Explore more here...

The diet with Don Sixto is very traditional old School, whereby one should only have roasted/grilled fish and green plantains to eat (three courses a day, except when there are night ceremonies involving the drinking of plant teachers or master trees), plus water, rice pudding (unsweetened) and coconut water to drink. Celibacy is required throughout the training (and for a certain period of time, also afterwards), as well as no red meat, chicken, fruit, vegetables, rice, oil, fat, spices, salt, or sugar. Personal perfumes and deodorants may not be allowed, and even toothpaste and mouthwash should be avoided.

The diet with Don Guido is more lenient and flexible, and one would also be allowed to eat salad, vegetables, porridge (unsalted, and unsweetened) and rice (otherwise not allowed in the training with Don Sixto). It contemplates periods of rest called “descansos” (the last 3 days of each cycle of 15 days, when fruit, chicken and vegetables may be allowed, as well as salt and sugar in food), where a more relaxed diet is in place. During these periods of rest, however, the rituals with plant teachers will continue and one should avoid going to town, and continue to concentrate on his/her shamanic training. Regardless of whose shaman one may be dieting with, dieteros and/or dieteras will be given an ultra-concentrated, powerful beverage – to be drank only once, at the beginning – prepared with the fresh bark of 28 different types of Master trees.

Shamanic ritual with Don Sixto and apprentice by a Remocaspi tree. Photo courtesy: C. Hoyos.

Shamanic ritual with Don Sixto and apprentice by a Remocaspi master tree

This shamanic diet also includes Ayahuasca ceremonies (twice a week with Don Sixto / three times a week with Don Guido), learning how to conduct and be protected during the Ayahuasca ceremonies, learning the practice of icaros (shamanic magical melodies and secret medicine songs), 2 Camalonga rituals (per week), 3 Toé rituals (per week), rituals with master trees and a giant ayahuasca vine growing wild in the rainforest (three times a week), rituals of spiritual purification (twice a week, in the afternoon) and cleansing ritual baths with fresh and cooked teacher plants. Some of the rituals with Master trees will take place in the jungle of our Pumasacha rainforest reserve where even more Master trees are to be found.

The 45 days shamanic diet with master trees is indicated for a vast array of purposes. As initial (self-contained, independent) stage of a rigorous shamanic apprenticeship, for cleansing of the energetical and physical body, to eliminate brujeria (black magic) and spirit possession, to treat saladera, to strengthen one’s healing energy and capabilities (particularly if one is already a practitioner of holistic medicine and therapies), to protect one’s own energy field with arkanas (energetic protections from the spirit world), as shamanic healing treatment to address serious health issues (including drug addiction) and psychological conditions (like depression, stress, family and/or relationship problems).

 

Ayahuasca medicine being prepared. Photo: C. Hoyos

Ayahuasca medicine being prepared

The most essential aspect of the shamanic healing diet – whether done for cycles of 45 days, 3 months, or more – is that the master trees will teach one (in dreaming and with visions) medicine and icaros (magical songs from the spirit world), will empower one’s life, and give strength and wisdom. The spirits of the master trees may appear in form of animals, men, women, spirit beings, elderly men or women, or “abuelo/abuela” grandfather/grandmother spirits (like the Lupuna blanca, or Ceiba tree, the “abuelo” grandfather of the forest).

Shamanic ritual with the apprentice, before a teacher tree. Photo courtesy: C. Hoyos

Shamanic ritual with the apprentice, before a teacher tree

The 45 days shamanic/healing diet with Master trees with Don Sixto may not be suitable for vegans and/or vegetarians, as Amazonian fish will be served as essential part of the menu. However, if done with Don Guido, since vegetables, porridge and salad is allowed with him, it may be also be suitable for vegans and/or vegetarians alike.

Please note: Perspective participants taking antidepressants or other incompatible medication, and/or suffering from incompatible conditions, may not take Ayahuasca, Camalonga or Toé, but may nevertheless join the Ayahuasca rituals with the shaman, which remain essential for diagnostics and evaluate the progress of a therapy.

Shamanic ritual by a Remocaspi teacher tree with Don Sixto. Photo: Trenton Doyle.

Shamanic ritual by a Remocaspi teacher tree, with Don Sixto. Photo: Trenton Doyle

Begins on Mondays. Cycles of 45 days each. Up to 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies (per week), 2 rituals with Palos Maestros (per week), 1 ritual with an ancient grandmother ayahuasca vine (per week), 2 rituals of spiritual purification, with smudging (per week), 3 Toé dream journeys (per week), and 2 Camalonga dream rituals (per week).

45 days shamanic diet with Master trees typically includes:

  • Initial briefing and private consultation with the shaman.
  • Traditional shamanic diet with palos maestros (master trees) in cycles of 45 days each. Dietary requirements include: celibacy (required throughout one’s staying and for a period after the retreat; men and women will need to stay in separate places for the period of their training); no salt, no sugar, no fruit, no vegetables, no spices, no eggs, no chicken, no red meat; no soup, no bread, no pasta, no oil, no fat, no tea, no chilli, no coffee, no stimulants; no medicines; no fried food; no pork meat; no direct exposure to sun and rain. No direct physical contact – including handshakes, kisses and hugs – with other people. Allowed food: different types of fish (like Bocachico, Sardines, Ractacaras, Corvina, Tucunaré, Añashua and Lisa pintada) with green plantains, both roasted and unseasoned; special drink prepared with cooked green plantains to be served at meal times; rice served as “masamorra”, i.e. cooked in water, in liquid form, to be drank at breakfast time. Coconut water is also allowed in the diet (but no coconut meat).
  • Diet with 28 different types of master trees at once: Ayahuma (Couroupita guianensis), Cumaceba, Chullachaki caspi (Remijia peruviana), Remocaspi (Aspidosperma excelsum), Caballo sanango, Azucar huayo, Caupuri, Yana capirona, Pucuna caspi, Marupa caspi, Puka tangarana, Chullachaki caimitillo, Puka punga, Puka lupuna (Cavanillesia umbellata), Tuiracucha lupuna, Puka huayra caspi, Wimba (Ceiba samauma), Catahua (Hura crepitans), Wayruro, Machimanago, Fierro caspi, Huacapurana, Palo sangre, Mururé, Huacapú, Bobinsana, Icoja and Tahuarí. Candidates for the shamanic/healing diet will be drinking as part of their training the especially powerful and ultra-concentrated tea prepared by the shaman Don Sixto, made with the bark of the 28 master trees listed above, boiled together for long 8-10 hours, to be drank in a small Ayahuasca cup. The drinking of this concentrated master trees infusion – Don Sixto maintains – will accelerate dramatically the learning of the apprentice. Typically, a decoction originally prepared with 30 litres of water will be reduced after cooking to just 1 litre of concentrated master trees brew to drink.
  • 2 rituals with palos maestros (master trees) and 1 ritual with an ancient, wild, grandmother ayahuasca vine, per week, with the shaman, in the jungle (the teacher trees are found in the jungle part of the centre and in the adjoining Pumasacha rainforest reserve).
  • 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies per week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (with Don Guido), at night – OR – 2 Ayahuasca ceremonies per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays (with Don Sixto), at night. Always on a purely voluntary basis of participation and subject to your health status.
  • 3 Toé dream journeys per week, ritually smoking with the shaman, at night, the “Brugmansia suaveolens” plant teacher. With Don Guido, participants may also be also offered the opportunity to drink – no more than once a month, on a voluntary basis of participation and strictly subject to approval from, and supervision of, the shaman – the most powerful fresh Toé juice, subject to individual experience and circumstances). To accommodate all ceremonies in this busy schedule, the Toé dream rituals (when the Toé is only smoked, not drunk) may take place on the same night-s of the Camalonga ceremonies, either before, or after, the Camalonga ritual.
  • Learn how to prepare Ayahuasca and the practice of singing icaros.
  • 2 rituals of spiritual purification, per week (include smudging with Palo Santo). Some or all of the following may be used by the shaman for smudging: the wood of Palo Santo (“Holy Wood”, botanical name Bursera graveolens, a mystical, wild tree related to Frankincense, Copal and Myrrh), the wood of Palo sangre (Brosimum rubescens), the leaves of ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis sp.), Chacruna (Psychotria viridis), Limón (Citrus aurantifolia), Achiote (Bixa orellana), Mucura (Petiveria alliacea) and Clavohuasca (Tynanthus panurensis), with the addition of the shell of Ajos macho (single clove ‘male’ garlic from the Sierra of Peru).
  • Jungle hikes in the rainforest, with shaman and/or jungle guide, to get to know medicinal plants, teacher plants and master trees in the surrounding rainforest.
  • 2 cleansing ritual baths per week, with the leaves of different plant teachers like Albaquilla, Albaca, Canelilla, Oriso, Shinguri sacha, Lengua de perro, Planta del Iman, Shara masho, etc.
  • 1 flowering ritual bath, in the last days of the diet, with different types of flowers. Traditionally prepared in the Peruvian Amazon to attract good luck, prosperity, love and friendship in one’s life.
  • 2 Camalonga dream ceremonies per week.
  • Complimentary on-site facilitator & interpreter Spanish-English.

Programme may vary from case to case, according to the shaman’s assessment of your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual circumstances.

45 Days Shamanic diet with Master trees retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

Shamanic ritual by a Chullachaki caspi teacher tree, with Don Sixto. Photo: Trenton Doyle.

Ritually drinking the Camalonga brew by a Chullachaki caspi teacher tree, with Don Sixto. Photo courtesy: Trenton Doyle

Shamanic Apprenticeship Diet retreat

Download our FREE PDF Programmes for the:

• “SHAMANIC PLANT DIETA APPRENTICESHIP” retreat (3 Months/91 Days)

• “SHAMANIC DIETA WITH MASTER TREES” (45 Days)

• “SHAMANIC PLANT DIETA WITH TOÈ” (31 Days)

The fourth and last type of diet we offer is the Shamanic Apprenticeship dieting with sacred master plants and trees, which is specifically designed for those wishing to commit to the shamanic apprenticeship. This has an initial length of 13 weeks (3 months/91 days), which may be extended to a maximum of 26 weeks (6 months) continuously, for the more experienced who have already been exposed to the long shamanic diet in the jungle.

3 Months Shamanic Plant Diet Apprenticeship Retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

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The traditional shamanic apprenticeship. Explore more here...

It consists of two or more cycles of 45 days each (e.g. from 3 months/13 weeks, up until 6 months/26 weeks). The initial cycle of 45 days will be a very rigorous diet (especially if done with Don Sixto), but after the initial phase one may choose to either continue with the strict diet for the second cycle as well, or else, go for a more relaxed, flexible diet where potatoes, carrots, vegetable soup, vegetables, chicken, rice, and little salt and sugar may be allowed. The diet with Don Guido is slightly more flexible, food-wise, and vegetables, salad and porridge are allowed throughout (all unseasoned).

The plant teacher "Labio de novia", used in love magic rituals. Photo: Trenton Doyle.

The plant teacher “Labio de novia”, used in love magic rituals. Photo courtesy: Trenton Doyle

We offer two different styles of shamanic master plant apprenticeship:

1. The first – very intensive, devised by Don Sixto and Don Guido, our master palero shamans – implies dieting with a very concentrated brew prepared 28 different types of master trees at once. There are two different brew combinations one may choose from, each prepared with 28 different master trees.

2. The second – the more traditional approach, followed only by Don Guido – consists in dieting with an individual master tree at a time, drinking a brew prepared with 1 teacher tree twice a month, for a month each. Contact us to receive the FREE PDF programme for 3 months/13 weeks “Shamanic plant diet apprenticeship” training, in Peru, for a full daily programme outline of the shamanic retreat.

Both shamanic diet apprenticeship styles include Ayahuasca ceremonies (twice a week with Don Sixto / thrice a week, with Don Guido), learning how to conduct and be protected during the Ayahuasca ceremonies (also fending off bad spirits), practice of icaros (shamanic magical melodies and secret medicine songs), Camalonga dream rituals (twice a week), Toé rituals (three times a week), rituals with master trees and a giant wild black ayahuasca vine, in the rainforest (thrice a week). They also include shamanic talks, Q&A sessions with the shaman (every morning, following the ceremonies with plant teachers, including Ayahuasca), cleansing and flourishing ritual baths with fresh and cooked teacher plants, master trees, colognes and essences. Many of the rituals with Master trees will take place in the jungle of the neighbouring Pumasacha rainforest reserve compound.

The main objective of this diet is, let’s not forget it, to prepare one to enter the path of Amazonian shamanism, the world of healers and master plants, and give one the essential tools to begin to operate in the real world as an advanced student of Amazonian entheogenic shamanism. The shamanic plant diet with Master trees may not be suitable for vegans, as Amazonian fish will be served as an essential part of the menu.

If you are unsure on whether you can commit to the rigours of the shamanic/healing diet, or to the longer shamanic apprenticeship, you should opt for a shorter, exploratory, introductory “Pre-diet” (plant diet testers, anything from 2 weeks onwards), or else, go for the Ayahuasca retreat instead.

The ultra-concentrated brew made with the bark of 28 different types of master trees is prepared in a similar fashion to the Ayahuasca brew, boiling over a wooden fire for about 6-10 hours the bark of the teacher trees until the original 30 litres of water are reduced to just about a litre, then filtering the decoction, and let it to rest. Some of the master trees which make up the tea to drink are: Ayahuma, Cumaceba, Chullachaki caspi, Remocaspi, Caballo sanango, Azucar huayo, Caupuri, Yana capirona, Pucuna caspi, Marupa caspi, Puka tangarana, Chullachaqui caimitillo, Puka punga, Puka lupuna, Tuiracucha lupuna, Puka huayra caspi, Wimba, Catahua, Wayruro, Machimanago and Fierro caspi. The way the master trees brew is prepared (for the apprentice dietero/a to drink during the shamanic diet) is intended to give one a powerful, concentrated and very intensive, long lasting learning experience and differs from the conventional way of drinking the bark of single trees, one by one, for a certain period of time, left simply in infusion.

3 Months Shamanic Plant Diet Apprenticeship Retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

Paying homage to the Remocaspi master tree. Photo: C. Hoyos

Paying homage to the Remocaspi master tree

Shamanic Apprenticeship Diet retreat: What is included?

In a nutshell: it lasts a minimum of 13 weeks/91 days. Begins on Mondays. Choose to diet with 1 or 28 different types of master trees at once, take part to 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies (per week), 3 rituals with a black ayahuasca vine and master trees in the jungle (per week), 3 Toé Dream journeys (per week), 2 Camalonga dream rituals (per week). It also include a tobacco ceremony at night, ritually drinking a strong brew prepared with organic black jungle tobacco, and drinking in ceremony the powerful juice of the Toé plant (Brugmansia suaveolens), once a month.

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Download our FREE PDF Programmes for the “Shamanic Plant Dieta Apprenticeship” retreat (3 Months/91 Days) or else, please open the link below.

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The shamanic diet apprenticeship with master plants. What does it include?
Don Sixto offering Mapacho smoke to a giant Renaco teacher tree. Photo: C. Hoyos.

Don Sixto offering Mapacho smoke to a giant Cumaceba teacher tree

13 weeks shamanic plant diet apprenticeship, typically includes:

  • An initial briefing and private consultation with the shaman.
  • Traditional shamanic diet with plantas maestras (master plants) and palos maestros (master trees) – which implies a very rigorous training, 13 weeks long – two cycles of 45 days each and a final day to get ready to travel back into the civilized world. Celibacy required throughout (men and women will also need to stay in separate places for the period of their training). No salt, no sugar, no fruit, no vegetables, no spices, no eggs, no chicken, no meat; no oil, no fat, no tea, no chilli, no coffee, no stimulants; strictly, no pork meat whatsoever; avoid direct exposure to sun and rain. Avoid direct physical contact – including handshakes, kisses and hugs – with other people). Allowed food: different types of fish (like Bocachico, Sardines, Ractacaras, Corvina, Tucunaré, Añashua and Lisa pintada) with green plantains, both roasted and unseasoned; special drink (“chapo”) prepared with green plantains cooked in water, together with their skin, to be served at meal times; rice served as “masamorra”, i.e. cooked in water and in liquid form, to drink at meal times, especially at breakfast (no normal rice allowed). Coconut water is also allowed in the diet (but no coconut meat).
  • Jungle hikes in the rainforest, with the shaman and/or the jungle guide, to get to know the countless medicinal plants, teacher plants and master trees in the rainforest surrounding the Ayahuma venue.
  • At least 3 rituals with palos maestros (master trees) and with an ancient, wild black ayahuasca vine (ayahuasca negra), per week, with the shaman, in the jungle.
  • Diet with the master trees: Ayahuma (Couroupita guianensis), Cumaceba, Chullachaki caspi (Remijia peruviana), Remocaspi (Aspidosperma excelsum), Caballo sanango, Azucar huayo, Caupuri, Yana capirona, Pucuna caspi, Marupa caspi, Puka tangarana, Chullachaki caimitillo, Puka punga, Puka lupuna (Cavanillesia umbellata), Tuiracucha lupuna, Puka huayra caspi, Wimba (Ceiba samauma), Catahua (Hura crepitans), Wayruro, Machimanago, Fierro caspi, Huacapurana, Palo sangre, Mururé, Huacapú, Bobinsana, Icoja and Tahuarí. Candidates for the shamanic apprenticeship will be drinking as part of their diet the especially powerful and ultra-concentrated tea prepared with the bark of 28 master trees, boiled together for long hours, to be drank in a small Ayahuasca cup. Typically, a decoction originally prepared with 30 litres of water will be reduced after cooking to just 1 litre of teacher trees concentrate to drink.
  • 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies per week, held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 9 PM (with Don Guido) – OR – 2 Ayahuasca ceremonies per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, at 9 PM (with Don Sixto). On a voluntary basis of participation and subject to your health status.
  • 3 Toé dream journeys per week, ritually smoking with the shaman, at night, the “Brugmansia suaveolens” plant teacher. With Don Guido, participants may also be also offered the opportunity to drink – no more than once a month on a voluntary basis of participation and strictly subject to approval from, and supervision of, the shaman – the powerful fresh Toé juice). To accommodate all ceremonies in this busy schedule, one or two of the Toé dream rituals (when the Toé is only smoked, not drunk) will take place on the same night-s of the Camalonga ceremony, a couple of hours before the Camalonga ritual, around 7 PM.
  • Learn how to prepare Ayahuasca and the practice of icaros.
  • 2 rituals of spiritual purification, per week (include smudging with Palo Santo). Some or all of the following may be used by the shaman for smudging: the wood of Palo Santo (“Holy Wood”, botanical name Bursera graveolens, a mystical, wild tree related to Frankincense, Copal and Myrrh), the wood of Palo sangre (Brosimum rubescens), the leaves of ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis sp.), Chacruna (Psychotria viridis), Limón (Citrus aurantifolia), Achiote (Bixa orellana), Mucura (Petiveria alliacea) and Clavohuasca (Tynanthus panurensis), with the addition of the shell of Ajos macho (single clove ‘male’ garlic from the Sierra of Peru).
  • 2 cleansing ritual baths per week, with the leaves of different plant teachers like Albaquilla, Albaca, Canelilla, Oriso, Shinguri sacha, Lengua de perro, Planta del Iman, Shara masho, etc.
  • Flowering ritual bath, once, on the third day before the end of the diet, with different types of flowers of plant teachers. Traditionally prepared in the Peruvian Amazon to attract good luck, prosperity, love and friendship in one’s life.
  • 2 Camalonga dream ceremonies per week, at 9 PM.
  • Complimentary on-site facilitator & interpreter Spanish-English.

Programme may vary from case to case, according to the shaman’s assessment of your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual circumstances.

3 Months Shamanic Plant Diet Apprenticeship Retreat: Price, Reservation and Booking

Clever, our senior bilingual guide and local manager. Photo: F. Sammarco

A giant Lupuna blanca tree, in the Yanamono reserve. Photo © El Mundo Magico

Interpreter Spanish-English

FREE onsite interpreting Spanish-English and English-Spanish

Retreats are facilitated in Spanish and English, as a courtesy to all our guests.

Amazon river boat trip! Photo © El Mundo Magico

Amazon river boat trip! Photo © El Mundo Magico

Amazon jungle trips and river excursions in private speedboat

Ayahuasca, San Pedro and pre-dieta retreats may be combined with our Yanamono and Four Rivers jungle excursion programmes, visiting native Bora and Yagua communities, watching Amazon pink dolphins, visiting the alligators and Arapaima fish farm of Barrio Florido and exploring the primary rainforest of the Yanamono reserve to see the magical giant Lupuna blanca, the sequoia of the Amazon. All included of private speedboat and personal bilingual guide Spanish-English (different from the English-speaking facilitator at the retreat).

“Yanamono” and “Four Rivers” Amazon Jungle and River Trips: Price, Reservation and Booking

 

The cannon ball-shaped fruits of the Ayahuma master tree. Photo: F. Sammarco

Ayahuma cannon ball-shaped fruits. Photo © El Mundo Magico

Cost, Payment, Reservation & Booking

All retreat prices are in GBP (UK Pounds) and are published at the relevant cost page at the link here. You may initiate your reservation process by sending the correspondent payment for your staying first, and then filling-in and submitting the Online Booking Form.

Cost, Reservation & Booking. Explore more here...

Retreat prices are published here. Initial deposit of £ 400 GBP p.p. must be paid upfront contextually to your reservation, to hold your spot for the dates of your retreat. The deposit may be redeemable against the final balance, unless cancellations on your side. You may also pay the full price in one go, as you see fit. Final balance is due, respectively, 30 days (for Ayahuasca and San Pedro retreats) or 50 days ahead (for all types of plant diet retreats: pre-diet, Camalonga diet, Toé diet, 45 days master tree diet, 13-26 weeks shamanic plant diet apprenticeship, etc) ahead of your reserved retreat’s start date. You may pay by wire transfer, or with your credit/debit card via PayPal (4.5% flat fee for PayPal payments, worldwide), using the correspondent payment buttons and selecting your preferred payment option at Checkout, after registering your details. Upon receipt of your initial deposit or full payment (whichever comes first) and booking form, you will be sent (by email) the PDF agreement of participation, which includes a detailed medical questionnaire, to fill-in, date, sign and return (by email), alongside copy of your valid passport (only the page-s with your photo & personal details). Please make sure you won’t be taking any medication and don’t have any (physical or mental) health condition incompatible with Ayahuasca, before booking your place at the retreat. Should you have an incompatible condition and/or are taking incompatible medication and still wish to come, you might still be accepted at the retreat but may not take Ayahuasca, San Pedro, Camalonga, Tobacco, or Toé during your staying. In this last case scenario, you may still participate to all ceremonies with the shaman, but without actually drinking any plant brew.

 

Don Sixto in the jungle surrounding the Ayahuma venue.

Don Sixto by a Caballo sanango white shrub, in the jungle surrounding the Ayahuma venue

FURTHER INSIGHTS INTO THE SHAMANIC PLANT DIET

The Shamanic Apprenticeship and the Shamanic Plant Diet. Explore more here...

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Meditation in front of a giant Soliman ayahuasca vine, growing wild in the jungle surrounding our retreat centre.

Meditation in front of a giant Soliman ayahuasca vine, growing wild in the jungle surrounding our retreat centre.

Download our FREE PDF Programmes for the:

• “SHAMANIC PLANT DIETA APPRENTICESHIP” retreat (3 Months/91 Days)

• “SHAMANIC DIETA WITH MASTER TREES” (45 Days)

• “SHAMANIC PLANT DIETA WITH TOÈ” (31 Days)

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