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22Jan/20

Ayahuasca Retreat: A Way to Deep Transformation

Ayahuasca retreat is a series of traditional medicine, in which there are some ceremonies to be followed. Ayahuasca itself is a sacred Amazonia tea made from a combination of Chakruna leaves and Ayahuasca vine and has been used traditionally in the Amazon basin in South Africa including Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Brazil, and Colombia continuously for thousand years and still used now by many indigenous tribes. However, you also need to find out after-effects of ayahuasca retreats, by visiting our website.

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Ayahuasca retreat is a door to an inner dimension that allows you access to special states of knowledge and the experience of spiritual rebirth. To many people, it reveals the multi-dimensional world of existence and ourselves and it leads us back. To follow Ayahuasca retreat, it is enough only one day. It usually takes 3 to 14 days, depends on the ceremonies and activities. The longer the time required, the more ceremonies to be followed. During the ceremony, usually led by someone called ‘the Shaman’.

Ayahuasca retreat usually uses traditional places. So do not be surprised if the place is not located in the middle of the city. In fact, the Ayahuasca retreat also takes place in the forest. So the retreat will not be in vain.

Currently, there are a lot of organizations are providing Ayahuasca retreat. The treatment itself is numerous and easy to find on the internet. Most of them also provide itinerary to facilitate participants in following the treatment. In addition, although Ayahuasca retreat uses the traditional way, there is also a doctor, nurse, and psychologist during an ayahuasca ceremony. Each organization has a different way of retreat and accommodation but still has the same core of treatment.

To join Ayahuasca retreat, it costs a minimum of US $500 per person for three days. The more facilities are provided, the cost will be more expensive. Do not consume alcohol, coffee, chocolate, canned food, medicine (chemical or non-chemical), and spicy foods before the Ayahuasca retreat.