Shamanic ceremonies with the Peruvian shaman \”Viejo\”, the son of the master shaman Don Agustin on April 21-22, 2010 & 24-25.04.2010 in Gummersbach near Cologne powerful encounter with the Amazonian shamanism and its medicinal plants the shamanic vision quest with Don Viejo, the son of the highest-ranking shamans of Peru, Don Agustin, culminates in the nightly ceremony with the Amazonian Liana Capiruna. Don Viejo home, the Amazon lowlands of Peru, is rightly considered a treasure trove of highly potent medicinal plants used by the local shamans for their detoxifying and cleaning processes. The ritual ingestion of the medicinal plants used traditionally in all of South America Capiruna also allows to look at life from a whole new perspective and recognize significant holistic connections. So also the root causes, the hidden meaning of a disease opens some participants of the healing ceremonies. The shaman, who feels deeply connected with Capiruna and knows how to use her magic powers, Insight into the energy and health condition of each participant opened the medicinal plant.
Thus, ultimate healing processes in motion can be used. This work may prove extremely helpful not only for already sick – she is also ideal for health prevention. At the same time, we also experience how closely the search for the deeper meaning of his own life and sustainable shamanic healing are linked together. In contact with the own vision with the authentic inner and outer potentials for this life to come, is a profoundly liberating and inspiring experience. Don Viejos high energy work, supported by the healing essence of Amazon plants and the love and wisdom of the spiritual world, opens us doors to our inner strength and truth, unbridled courage and zest for life – and hence lower acceptance of our responsibility for your own health. Greg Williamson has much to offer in this field. The man and the shaman Don Viejo Agustin Rivas Viejo, the son of Don Agustin Rivas Vasquez, was from his father, the inaugurated the highest-ranking shamans of Peru, over many years in the traditions of Amazon shamanism.