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July 4, 2014
On my recent trip to Brazil, three different people told me about a remedy I've never heard of before, called Ayahuasca [pronounced "eye yah waska"]. It's a natural remedy from the Amazon that combines a root and a leaf. What it does is provide DMT and an MAO inhibitor so that the body can take up this natural chemical that it usually destroys in the gut, that induces a dream state while you are yet awake.
DHT is created naturally by the body, and regulated so that it occurs when you are asleep, not awake. Medicinally, it a controlled substance, labeled a "hallucinogen", illegal except in a religious ceremony context, in most states of the U.S. It tastes awful, and induces vomiting and sometimes diarrhea, as a "purgative". Originally, it was used to purge from parasites. It's non-addictive, and non-neurotoxic; though there are recommendations against it being used simultaneously with certain medications such as stimulants or relaxers. They also recommend no meat for 24 hours prior to the ceremony.
The ceremony begins at sun-down, and goes to sun-up; and no, there is no sleeping involved. Between vomiting and being stimulated and reviewing your life in a dream-like state, sleep is not something that is likely to happen. One session is not enough. They recommend many sessions over time. The ceremony is watched over by male and female hosts, usually shaman, who are familiar with the process, who can lend assistance and support as needed.
Emotionally, it enables you to see the core issues behind your hang-ups, so you can address them and move on. It also enables you to see the person you really are -- your mission in life. Combined, these have the effect of curing depression, addiction, and trauma. The three people I talked to in Brazil each had addictions that were no longer an issue after the ayahuasca experience. The craving was removed, because the core issue that created the craving in the first place was seen and addressed.
At the first New Energy Systems Trust weekly conference call after I returned to the States, I brought up this ayahuasca thing, and nearly every one of the guys on the call was familiar with it, and mostly had positive things to say about it.
I was thinking I was going to have to wait until a possible subsequent invite to Brazil to schedule a ceremony down there. Boris Petrovic, the founder of the Brazilian Tesla Society, who is building an intentional community in a place called "paradise", with natural crystals ubiquitous everywhere on the ground; might invite me to speak at a conference he is planning there. He is one of the guys who told me about Ayahuasca. Fernando Lins, who has been my primary conduit to the Evolution Energy guys in northern Brazil, also told me about it.
However, it turns out that there are a number of places in the United States where ceremonies are done -- including in Salt Lake City, just 2 hours north of me. One is coming up in a few weeks.
One of the primary proponents of Ayahuasca and other such natural remedies the United States is former CNN reporter and now alternative media hit, Amber Lyon, who launched a website, http://Reset.me to promote this understanding and post the interviews she does with various people who have used these substances with great outcomes, including herself. It cured her of her post traumatic stress syndrome.
- http://templeofthewayoflight.org/ - Amazon – Iquitos, Peru
- 12 Day Ayahuasca Retreat Cost – $2,100 US
- 1 Month: $2,800 US
- Two churches in US
- http://reset.me/ - Amber Lyon
- http://luvamp.org/ TheLoveApmProject -
- I.am.life - Facebook
- Seth Roberts, Houston Texas
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llva26jSjJg Dr. Michele Ross: Neuroscientist
How Psychedelics are Saving Lives
- (YouTube; May 1, 2014)
Testimonial of Ayahuasca Retreat at Temple - Seth Roberts, MD
- (YouTube; February 20, 2012)
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMKw0k-aGn8 - third visit (September 29, 2012)
What is Ayahuasca?
- (YouTube; June 12, 2014)
- Musician Tony Moss, who has 18 years experience drinking ayahuasca, explains what this medicinal brew from the Amazon rainforest is in his eyes. Moss says the most common ailments he's seen healed during an ayahuasca experience are depression and any kind of trauma related mental or physical illness. Moss says the ayahuasca somehow safely brings the user back to the original trauma, allows them to move into a safe space and process it.
- To learn more about how ayahuasca and other natural therapies are healing trauma worldwide, please visit http://www.reset.me .
- Ayahuasca is a South American psychedelic tea containing the potent psychedelic tea containing the potent psychedelic chemical N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT), which is a human neurotransmitter. The ayahuasca vine (Banisteriopsis caapi) is combined with the leaves from the shrub Psychotria viridis (or other DMT containing plants) to create the tea. Ayauasca is the name given to the Banisteriopsis caapi vine and also the foul-tasting tea.
- It is quite remarkable that the Indians discovered this powerful combination hundreds of years ago considering there are more than 40,000 plant species in the Amazon. The ayahuasca vine contains chemicals known as monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) that allow the body to absorb the DMT from the leaves. Without the MAOI, the DMT would be destroyed by monoamine oxidase in the gut and no effects from the DMT would be felt.
- The word 'ayahuasca' translates to 'vine of death' or 'fine of souls'. This powerful tea induces intense hallucinations and introspection. The entire ayahuasca experience lasts for approximately 8 hours, with the strongest effects lasting 1-3 hours. Vomiting and occasionally diarrhea, which the natives call 'la purge' (the purge), are considered part of the experience. This purging process is medically beneficial, as it clears the body of worms and other parasites.
- Ayahuasca has shown great success as a treatment for addiction, depression, and cancer. A study combining ayahuasca use and psychotherapy for addiction treatment yielded positive results in two thirds of the patients. Research indicates that ayahuasca has antidepressant qualities. Blood tests of long-tem ayahuasca users have shown an increased density of serotonin receptors compared to those who do not use ayahuasca. It should be mentioned that the SSRI class of antidepressants (Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, etc.) actually reduce the density of serotonin recepts in users over time, which can lead to chronic depression. Ayahuasca is non-addictive and is not neurotoxic, or poisonous to nerve tissue such as the brain or spinal cord, in any way.
Graham Hancock ~ Ayahuasca
- (YouTube; May 6, 2012)
- "Ayahuasca will show you your own life in an extremely clear and unconfused way. The second thing that Ayahuasca does is take you on an incredible journey into parallel realms, ...to allow those normally invisible realms to become visible. ...The Third thing that Ayahuasca does, and it's very curious, is that if you have some aspect of your life that is creative, whether it's poetry, it could be painting, Ayahuasca will, again and again, enhance that. All over the world, we're seeing incredible visionary art."
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