Ayahuasca is a brew created from Amazonian plants. It is normally blended into a thick brown brew and taken internally. At an Ayahuasca ceremony, participants drink the brew to gain a deeper understanding and connection with their inner self.
Many Ayahuasca participants have experienced significant changes in their lives, whether it is an end to lifelong addictions, gain a better understanding of their lives, or face deeply rooted fears. No matter why you choose to participate in an Ayahuasca experience, everyone can agree that it has beneficial properties. Ayahuasca ceremonies are conducted under the guidance of experienced male and female Shamans in Peru.
The Temple of the Way of Light is not a religious group but a healing center located in Peru in the Amazon rainforest. The Temple of the Way of Light conducts Ayahuasca retreats offering participants the knowledge, healing, and wisdom of expert shamans. Whether you are attending an Ayahuasca retreat for the first time or for the hundredth time, the Temple of the Way of Light is sure to help you on your journey of spiritual discovery.
The Temple of the Way of the Light was founded in 2007 to provide everyone the experience of a deeper connection between ancient healing and the modern world. The Temple of the Way of the Light is not a religious order but rather a healing center specializing in the ancient Ayahuasca ceremony. The Temple offers various lengths for your convenience. All Ayahuasca retreats are led by experienced Shamans to help guide you on your journey.
Ayahuasca is a brew used by the indigenous people of the Amazon in traditional medicinal ceremonies. The brew is made from the Caapi vine and various leaves containing hallucinogenic properties. The hallucinogenic leaves added to the brew cause visual and auditory simulation resulting in deep physiological introspection.
During an Ayahuasca ceremony, people have encountered deep emotional, mental transformation, healing, and physiological release. While the experience is different for each participant, they all have the same claim: it is a deeply powerful healing and transformational ceremony. At an Ayahuasca ceremony you can discover new habits to become a better person. An Ayahuasca ceremony is filled with emotional journeys, cosmic connections, and insights into your own life with great healing.
Prior to attending a ceremony, participants are asked to cleanse their bodies by staying away from certain foods and substances like salt, sugar, caffeine, and alcohol. Some have also reported elevated blood pressure and the feeling of the energy moving through their body. It’s not meant to be taken as a “quick-fix” or as a recreational drug. Ayahuasca is used by anyone who wishes to access deep spiritual insights and awareness.
The Temple of the Way of Light has Ayahuasca retreats of varying lengths, and all of them are led by experienced Shipibo Shamans. The One Month Deep Immersion Retreat, for example, offers eight healing ceremonies. Additionally, the Temple of the Way of Light also offers regular practices such as instructor-led Yoga classes, guided meditation sessions, self-development retreats, and time for processing after each ceremony.
The One Month Deep Immersion Retreat offers a holistic approach that facilitates lasting change. The eight ceremonies have a group limit of twelve participants, one facilitator, and two Shipibo Healers, one male and one female. Before the ceremonies, individual consultations are held with participants to allow the facilitators and the healers to get a more intimate understanding of each participant, their needs, challenges they may be facing now or faced in the past. These consultations also allow you to share your expectations as well as begin the process of establishing trust.
An Ayahuasca ceremony is a deeply personal journey and differs for each person. Participants of Ayahuasca ceremonies have experienced physical healing, multi-level detoxification, insight to behavioral patterns, facing fears, healing of anxiety and depression, spiritual awakening, awareness of the universe and self. Contact them about their healing retreats today.
Indigenous people have always known about the healing benefits of herbs and have maintained a deep spiritual awareness with the universe and its energy. That they have chosen to share this with Western civilization is a gift. However, Ayahuasca must be used in the proper manner, with the proper presentation, and with the proper respect. It is not an immediate cure, but it is a healthy start.
While Ayahuasca rebalances body and mind, much of the work still has to be done by the individual. Ayahuasca simply offers those willing to take the step a chance to explore the mysteries of life. At the Temple of the Way of the Light, they understand what a gift they have been given and have now offered it to the rest of the world.