Choosing the Right Type of Ayahuasca ceremony

Everyone comes to the experience of Ayahuasca with their unique purpose. Whether you travel to the Amazon rain forest of South America to work with Shipibo shaman, travel to downtown Cusco Peru, or find underground retreats in the United States, you can choose from a wide variety of styles for each ceremony.

In a traditional ceremony of Peru, sacred traditional songs play a central role in the ceremony. You can have a peek here to find ayahuasca retreat in your country.

For even more stringent retreat, foods that are allowed often rely on companion plants. Bland food with slight or no spices, not even salt, and water is the only thing on the menu in some cases, to prepare the body to work with the drug.

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Participants are usually given a chair or bed and stay seated or prone during the ceremony all night. The Ayahuasca beverage doing his job and shamans and facilitators are there to support your healing.

In some centers of South America where wine Ayahuasca is legal, medicinal plants retreat paired with complementary practices such as yoga, breathwork, meditation, or other personal development practices to help monitor the experience.

The effects of Ayahuasca can increase feelings of connection with the heart and to the earth so that couples these experiences can make a broader healing journey to help integrate introspection with outdoor activities.