Paul R.

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Astana – Kazajistán

I just returned back from what has been the most profound and influential experience of my life so far (and I’m in my 40’s). If you’re considering this journey, you are probably with a lot of the same questions that I had. Is the place safe, are the Shamans authentic, will they be able to take care of me if things get too much, etc, etc. Well, I want to say yes to all these questions I had, and that you might have also. I can’t say that I didn’t a lot of fears, but I came to understand that these fears are the reason that I needed to do the work, which is Ayahuasca.
It’s not playing time, and it’s not something you should take lightly. This work is serious, and the Shamans and the staff at Qhispikay Kawsay, understand this very well, and lovingly and carefully guide you through the process of your own unfolding, as gently and with as much care and compassion as you can imagine. Often going above and beyond the call of duty, to make sure all participants get what they need.
I can honestly say that I am looking forward to returning again next year, and this really is a testament to the facility, the place, and most importantly the healers who you will come to rely on, during this sometimes tumultuous experience.
good luck on your journey to find the best place for you, but trust me that this place is well worth your time, and you will come away with a renewed lust for life, and a new passion to be the best person you can in the world today.
One last thing, take the diet very serious, you will get most out of the work the stricter you can be with yourself leading up to and even after the time in the Jungle…. peace, and love…


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