Healing Through Ayahuasca Ceremonies

If you are planning on attending an Alabama Ayahuasca Ceremony or Retreat, it is important that you understand the Dieta and Preparation Requirements and possibly work with a Certified Coach when possible. Here at Spirit of Truth Native American Church, Lauren “Golden Leaf” provides a variety of Life and Transformational Coaching programs as well as assists with micro-dosing protocols for those interested in processing through small dose of Psilocybin.

Ayahuasca, Kambo, Bufo Alvarius, Psilocybin, San Pedro Ceremonies in Alabama

In many indigenous cultures they were taught directly by SPIRIT how to heal themselves through what we have come to call The Sacred Healing Way. This did not consist of taking man made “medications”, having poor diets, and lack of physical exercise. It was their lifestyle and you have a choice. They worked together as a village, a tribe, a family. When a member of their tribe fell ill physically, mentally, or spiritually they turned to SPIRIT and Plant SPIRIT Teachers during Sacred Ceremonies. These Plant SPIRIT Teachers are commonly known as Sacred Sacraments as well as Plant Medicines.

There are many different Sacred Sacraments that are also known as Entheogenic Plants or Master Plants. Let’s take a further look at the different Sacred Sacraments that they worked with and that more and more people in today’s time are finally getting a chance to learn about, work with in order to heal themselves and awaken to the Divine within.

Alabama Ayahuasca Ceremonies and Ayahuasca Retreats
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Ayahuasca, which is commonly called ‘the spirit vine’, ‘vine of the souls’, ‘Mother Aya’, or ‘Grandmother’, is a very powerful, healing tea that’s been brewed by combining two amazonian plants, the ayahuasca vine (banisteriopsis caapi) and chacruna leaves (psychotria viridis).

The Amazonian Tree Frog, commonly known as Sapo or Kambo, is an amazing spirit ally that we are privileged to work with. This spirit teaches us to keep moving forward even when the circumstances are difficult, just as the frog is always leaping forward and never backwards! 

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