My relationship with ayahuasca : Christopher

at ayahuasca retreat christopher

“Ayahuasca is a process for me of what Ken Wilber would describe as his integral process of psychology and meditation.

There are three components :

1) cleaning up ( getting rid of traumas etc )

2) growing up ( responsibility + emotional regulation )

3) waking up ( increased awareness of self + outside environment )

These processes appear to occur at the physical, emotional, psychological, transpersonal and a dimensional level not even known to most.

Ayahuasca seems to be a medicine and a catalyst that requires the user to be willing to actively engage in the healing process to get the most out of it.”

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