Q'ero Inka Shamanic Training


Why take a Shamanic Journey?

Shamanism is based on the belief that everything is Spirit. Everything means the earth, air, water, trees, plants, your body, mountains, you name it; it is Spirit. Shamans, (including the great masters) know eventually we will all wake up to this great truth and whether we believe it or not, doesn’t matter.

For this awakening to happen, we have to remove that which keeps us separate from knowing who we are in Spirit. Again, anything that keeps us from seeing Spirit in all things has to be surrendered.

In the South American Andean highland traditions of the Q’ero and Quechua peoples, they speak of the Poq’po  
(poke-poe) or energy field that surrounds the physical body.
They believe that a clean Poq’po or energy field is crucial to a healthy physical body. Dis-ease starts first in this energy field and then moves to the physical. The poq’po can become caked with heavy or dense energy called Hucha (woo-cha). 
This hucha can cause the physical body to become unbalanced and susceptible to disease. As there is heavy, dense energy, there is also very high frequency energies call Sami (sa-mee).  
When the poq’po is filled with sami, the physical is energized, feels healthy, light and clear, the mind is calm and the higher emotions of gratitude, love, compassion and appreciation are present. To remove hucha, it’s helpful to have a shamanic energy healing.

Importantly, these shamanic people accept life as it presents. They do not refer to sami as good and hucha as bad; it is just a difference in frequency. Therefore, they offer no resistance to what is. In the same way, a shamanic practitioner views your issues in a neutral way.

Where does hucha come from?
Matthew Magee, in his book Peruvian Shamanism: The Pachakuti Mesa, explains hucha is generated by resistance to flow of life in the form of attachments that create stress. He states,

" Resistance is typically fear based. It is constricted energy. In other words, our bodies can accumulate density through resistance to the natural flow of life and to circumstances that we perceive do not best serve us.
Much like a clogged drain, continued resistance causes more and more residue to accumulate, eventually leading to blockage.
Once a blockage occurs, the body’s natural energetic flow is obstructed causing the accumulation of hucha to begin manifesting in the physical and/or psychological bodies."
The release of congested energy is very fulfilling.  Imagine telling children to stop giggling, or laughing.  They clamp their hands over their mouth and the energy get stuffed into the solar plexus.  The congested joy tries to wiggle out, and if these children are required to stifle their joy for years and years, finally, the release of it is delightful!

Hucha can accumulate over many lifetimes of the soul’s journey, and therefore, it may take focus, dedication and strong intention to eliminate. This is where shamanic healing can be of benefit.

People seek shamanic healing when they are confused about a decision, when resistance arises or when feeling stuck, when issues from the past present themselves, for depression, anxiety, or aftermath of accidents and trauma, for relationship difficulties, or to achieve a goal or start new projects.

The purpose of shamanic healing is to cleanse the body, to clear the energy field, to restore balance to the physical, to focus the mind, and to give the Spirit a peaceful home in which to reside and create.
Sami is the state we seek to attain in shamanic healing to nurture those energies of love, gratitude and connection to all of life that is Spirit.
We can journey together by phone or in person.  You can also purchase an mp3 recording of this experience.
Shamanism is based on the belief that everything is Spirit. Everything means the earth, air, water, trees, plants, your body, mountains, you name it; it is Spirit. Shamans, (including the great masters) have certain practices for staying healthy in mind, body and spirit.  
To take the path of shaman, you must dedicate your life to spiritual practice,
as a Wisdomkeeper, living in right relationship with All.

​Who are my Inka teachers?

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The task of the tribal Wisdomkeeper is to pass on the knowledge and rituals of the culture, in this case, the Inka.  
They are guardians of the knowledge of human development, including the gifts received from Star Nations.  In every tribal culture, there are Wisdomkeepers whose tasks include caretaking the Garden (Mother Earth) continuing the spiritual practices of the aboriginal people, and teaching others how to live in harmony with all life. 
This is a monthly commitment to a nine month series. The cost is $65 per class.  You receive instruction in person or by phone/Skype, and receive continuing support in virtual groups.
Then, when the time is right, join a group in person, and participate in ceremonies to advance your practice. You are encouraged to practice in groups in your area.

The ceremonies are energetics "seeds" that are placed in your energy field, similar to receiving Reiki or Huna attunements, only much more powerful and potent.
Students then become teachers, "Paqos" and help to create Wisdomkeeper groups, all across the planet.  
This begins your shamanic initiation.