jueves, 23 de septiembre de 2010

Mystical tourism

A profound interest in Mystical Tourism in the form of internal self spiritual search, has been detected in Peru within the tourism industry in the last few years, taking advantage of the culture and traditions of the Country as far as the Chamat knowledge goes.

In fact, the coastal areas as much as the mountain range and the jungle as well are geographic areas that have defined the ancestral cultures and traditions in the Country where rituals based in “internal journeys” have been performed by traditional medic masters, also known as “Paco Runas” or”Alto Misayocs”, known today as “Shamans”.

Peru has maintained these traditions and knowledge alive to the point that they have been officially recognized as cultural heritage by the National Institute of Culture (INC).

Ayahuasca is a potion or brew made from the Amazonian power plant which bears the same name. Ceremonies involving this Amazonian potion within the traditional Shamanism, are an important part of the Mystic tourism movement that is taking place in Peru at present time.

Taking part in these ceremonies, is an experience that has great importance as far as an individual’s internal development is concerned.

Within the Madre Selva environment, going through this transcendental experience could add deep meaning to your journey.

The process takes about 6 hours, and it’s best when performed at night.

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Tobacco is also a master plant within the Amazonian tradition, and it possesses great purifying, and detoxifying qualities. At the psychic and energetic levels, it gets rid of all kinds of anxiety issues and psycho - emotional negativity as well.

Traditionally, it is considered a power plant of great importance.

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Related subjects:
* Ayahuasca – More information
* Experimental tourism with the main power plants in Peru
* Some examples of shared Ayahuasca ceremonies
* Power plants – The Coca plant

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