The Ayahuasca plant medicine is becoming more well known, and numbers of people traveling to South America for Ayahuasca Ceremonies has doubled in the past few years. More and more people want to attain a higher consciousness and peek into the vast unknown universe within, which is just one of the things that Ayahuasca helps people to discover.

Also called by some the Spirit Molecule, it helps people discover the divine within themselves – it is a medicine of the jungle.

In its physical aspect, Ayahuasca brew is a combination of two plants (Ayahuasca vine and the Chakruna leaf which contains DMT) which together assists you to access different dimensions ,heal ailments (though it is not certified to do so by the mainstream medical profession), let go of past blocks, see past lives, experience ego death and basically turn inside-out in your personal evolution. Everyone’s experience, of course, tends to vary based on your intention, your own personal journey and experiences through time.

Why people do this?


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People experience many different effects from undergoing work with this medicine. Your own journey will be very unique, varying greatly on your background, your intentions, your place in the world, your attitude to the medicine and many other factors. What I am to do is help you to connect with your fullest capacity to make changes not only in yourself but also on a local to global level. The likely outcome that will occur in your life is:

  • Spiritual healing
  • Experiencing connection to all that there is, the divine
  • Discovering spiritual connections
  • Psychic awakening
  • Antidepressant properties
  • Newfound connection with Mother Earth
  • Finding own meaning in life
  • Remembering of repressed memories
  • Recall of memories from other lives
  • Physical and emotional healing
  • Healing of diseases and ailments and rejuvenation
  • Unleashed Creativity

You will also have an opportunity to participate in a workshop during the retreat which will assist you to integrate your many learnings into your life.





Born as Gordon Sumner, Sting is an English singer, songwriter and philanthropist, who is best known as the frontman of the band The Police.

Source: http://www.biography.com/people/sting-9495433

With his wife Trudie Styler and Raoni Metuktire, a Kayapó Indian leader in Brazil, Sting founded the Rainforest Foundation Fund to help save the rainforests and protect indigenous peoples in the area.  In 1989 he flew to the Altamira Gathering to offering support while promoting his charity. His support also includes an annual benefit concert at Carnegie Hall with Billy Joel, Elton John, James Taylor and others. A type of Colombian tree frog, Dendropsophusstingi, was named after him for his “commitment and efforts to save the rain forest”.

Source: http://www.wikipedia.com

Watch video below where Sting talks about his Ayahuasca experience:

Tori Amos

Born Myra Ellen Amos, Tori is an American singer-songwriter, pianist and composer. She has been nominated eight times for a Grammy Award.

She comments on the medicine “The most influential journeys I have had, have been with Ayahuasca, the vine from the Amazon, the combination of that and mushrooms. It’s very much a medicine woman, medicine man’s journey drug, where you go inside. It’s not asocial thing. It’s an internal experience. I experiment with things that are usually an internal experience, because that’s just what excites me. And yes, it does sometimes give me visions. But my intention when I am doing it is very different than recreational. I don’t do it recreationally. I do it to go do inner work, and I’m very clear before I do it’s what I’m searching for.“

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Ben Lee

“What people are experiencing through the Ayahuasca is really what is changing people. It’s not the aya itself,” says Australian-born, L.A.-based musician Ben Lee, who has made indie pop since the ’90s and released his Ayahuasca-inspired 10th album, Welcome to the Work, last spring. “If used properly, it can help people access reality, and it’s really reality that is inspiring people.”

Born 11 September 1978, Benjamin Michael Lee is an Australian ARIA Award winning musician and actor. He began his career as a musician at the age of 14 with the Sydney band Noise Addict, but focused on his solo career when the band broke up in 1995.

He appeared as the protagonist in the Australian film The Rage in Placid Lake (2003). Lee has released nine solo studio albums.

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Listen to Ben’s song “In the Silence” from his new album: “Ayahuasca: Welcome to the Work”

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay, who has struggled with addiction, called her Ayahuasca experience “eye-opening” and “intense” “I saw my whole life in front of me, and I had to let go of past things that I was trying to hold on to that were dark in my life.”

A recent interview with Lindsay Lohan reveals that meditation and Ayahuasca have changed her life, and it helped free her from the path of addiction. She also revealed that her experience with this drug helped her cope with the pain from a recent miscarriage.

She said in her interview “I did Ayahuasca, it changed my life.” She said she saw her entire life and death before her eyes during the experience, and it allowed her to go of the past. She went on to describe the experience of a rebirth, and it allowed her to start a fresh life.

Source: http://www.ewao.com/a/1-lindsay-lohan-says-ayahusaca-changed-her-life

Watch Lindsay’s interview:

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