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The Rainforest jungle of Peru is where I participated in a week long Ayahuasca retreat last month. I had taken Ayahuasca about four years ago in a Community Hall in Brixton, London, shoulder to shoulder with 39 others.  From 8pm till 9am the following morning it was a horrible night-long experience of extreme nausea with […]

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Machu Picchu, Peru
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Peru is feeling very proud of herself at the moment. The Andes must be preening themselves with delight. Why? Because the World Travel Awards for 2015 have nominated Peru for 7 awards in the South America category. Yes, 7 awards! So if you haven’t been to Peru and are looking for a country which has […]

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Posing in Peru
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‘The whole is greater than the sum of its parts’, Aristotle If you consider yourself a spiritual kind of person and you’re keen to discover and experience some of the most sacred places around the world, participate in ancient ceremonies or try out sacred plant medicine do you choose to travel independently or with a […]

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It ‘is one of those primal words from when people were still able to really see each other… my eyes are connected to a level of reality we call ancestral…so my seeing includes my ancestors’, Orland Bishop This South African Zulu greeting, Sawubona, has respect and reverence woven in to its very fabric and is […]

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Greetings from the Kapitari Macaw
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‘I’m in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest in a big thatched hut with a revered shaman doing ancient rituals – wow, it’s mind-blowing.’ Mary Gamberg, one of our group. It was one thing walking in to Kapitari, our home for a week in the Rainforest, but another thing altogether walking out. The rain had […]

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