Strengthening the Health and Spirit of Humanity: Healing Retreats in Peru
Our historyHome of Ayahuasca has been conducting individual retreats with plants in the jungle of Peru since 2003.Several people from around the world came together to establish a place for their own work with shamanic and healing plants at a depth that the tourist experience did not provide.
The concept of Home of Ayahuasca was the shamanic tradition of self-solitary care in the jungle to work with plants. This form of retreat was previously difficult to achieve for people who grew up in urban conditions.
We have created a clean and safe space in the jungle so that everyone can independently go into shamanism and healing surrounded by friendly plants and the forces of the forest without being distracted by the complexity of arranging travel and life on another continent.
Our Team and PhilosophyOur team consists of Teacher plants and people who are grateful to plants for tons of acquired knowledge. We strive to develop the magical side of a person and combine it with effective action in everyday life.
We arrange retreats so that everyone could receive knowledge directly from plants and develop their Spirit and willpower. We give each person maximum independence, but we back up and support them when difficulties occur. Our team always has a certified doctor, hereditary plant collectors, people with extensive experience in their own retreats as well as in retreats assistance.
Human attention tends to focus on other people, but many years of experience in conducting retreats shows us that focusing on plants is much more productive. It’s just because the plants are the ones who make the real changes. Therefore, we deliberately refused to call ourselves shamans, magicians, etc. We remain faceless attendants of retreats. We are assistants of Master plants, transparent and tuned to listen, hear and organize the most effective work of plants.As the retreat space develops, we contribute to saving Amazon jungle. We plant trees and medical herbs, restore populations of endangered animal species.